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Brokors. 
Commercial. (Seepage .) 
Currency. 
Kendrick & El well, 31 State 

Custom-Ho use Brokers. 
Andros & Cole, 2 7 State 
Stone & Downer, 28 State 

Drug. 
Carroll II. II. 114* Milk 
Cushing, Porter, & Cades, 161 JMilk 
Hovey A. W. 9 Lewis wharf 
MeCurdy John, 6 Custom-House St. 

Flour. 
Apthorp C. W. 78 Commercial 
Bockus C. 14 Commercial 
Bockus 11. M. 14 Commercial 
Crowell P. & Sons, 70 Commercial 
Davidson F. S. 14 Commercial 
Greeley Joseph, 188 State 
Hammond Benjamin, 188 State 
Hudson & French, 14 Commercial 
Spring Charles, 27 Commercial 

Insurance. 
Andros & Cole, 27 State 
Arey W. K. & Ilolway, 57 Wash. 
Baker J, I. 1 7 State 
Baxter & Mead, 7 Water 
BOXNEY PELHAM, 27 State (see 

adv. pane 614) 
BIIRGE LORENZO, 29 Kilby 
Collin G. W. 4 Merchants Exchange 
Collin Henry P. 9 Merchants Ex. 
Dudley & Oliver, 15 and 16 Traveller 

building 
Foster G. E. 4 Merchants Ex. 
Fuller M. A. & Co. 5u Bromfield 
Haven & Dixon, 61 State 
Holden O. H. & S. S. Allen, 128 State 
Ilolman E. 32 Congress 
Hohnan R. W. 32 Congress 
Lewis & Folger, 51 Commercial 
Mayo H. L. & Co. 49 Tremont 
Kiekerson Chas. 92 State 
Porter \V. 12 Congress sq. 
Prince James H. 32 Congress 
Prince Joseph B. 32 Congress 
Putnam v\ Jarves, 29 Kilby 
Stephens .John W. 2 Congress 
Ward E. P. 14 State 

Merchandise. 
Adams Geo. W. (cigars) 81 Wash. 
Aklen & Edfiiands, 23 India 
Austin Win. R. 104 State 
Babeock J. 15. 17!> Washington 
Baldwin J. A. 26 Water 
Banchor John F. (spirits) 125 Broad 
Banks D. S. (tea) 2 Central wharf 
Barnes L. B. (tobacco) 15 India 
Barney C. F. (tobacco) 16 Central 

wharf 
Bates W. A. (goat skins) 62 Kilby 
Cabot, Bowles, & Co. 3b Kilby 



Canterbury k Co. 104 State 
Chamberlain J. A. (cotton) 50 Kilby 
Clark Geo. A. 128 State 
Cummins T. K. & Co. 25 Kil'iy 
Cushing, Porter, i\ Cades, 161* Milk 
DWolf J. L. 15 India 
Elliot H. F. 163 Blackstone 
Emmons J. A. & Co. 19 India 
Felt S. Q. 127 State 
Fiske E. (hides) 62 Kilby 
Foster 11. 32 India 
Fowler E. B. 110 Water 
French Chas. E. 15 Doane 
Glover J. B. & Co. 30 Central 
Hall A. B. & Co. 144 State 
Hall Geo. T. & Co. 130 State 
Harris Jos. jr. 16 Central 
Hartshorne J. F. & Son (teas), 19 

Broad 
Hayward Geo. P. & Co. (tea) 12 India 
Hoppin & Amorv, 44 India 
Kettell E. H. & Co. (cotton) 26 Do v. 
Leonard James A. (oils) 5 Cential 

wharf 
Lootz H. D. (petroleum) 36 India 
Loud & Co. 3 Central wharf 
Lowe James, 20 Merrimac 
Mason J. 25 Kilby 
McLellan Wm. H. 12 India 
Morey Wm. C. & Co. 1 Pearl 
Morse A. H. & Co. 198 State 
Morse S. Henry (spirit), 21 India 
Neufeld Leopold (tobacco), 7 Central 

wharf 
Penniman A. P. 15 India 
Phipps & Reynolds. 160 State 
Pickering Mark, 163 Blackstone 
Proctor John H. 70 State 
Randall David & Co. 29 India 
Richardson & Blagden (wool). 87 Milk 
Rogers G. B. & Co. 19 Doane 
Sawyer & Sturges. 12 7 State 
Scott Robert, 75 Kilby 
Shattuck L. A. & Co. 5 Broad 
Sherwin & Co. 37 Central 
Silsbee N. D. 110 Water 
Stone J. W. 15 Commercial 
Sumner Fred. A. 168 State 
Wainwriuht H. C. 40 State 
Warden W. L. & Co. 26 Central 
Waters Win. C. & Co. (tobacco) 

13 India 
Weld's Aaron D. Sons. 193 State 
Wetherill & West (goat skins), 208 

Congress 
Whiting G. W. 126 Cross 
Williams R. & Son. 19 Central 
Williams Wm. W. 15 Marshall 
Wing & Morse. 12 India 
Woodworth A. S. Co. (teas) 38 C 

2 fining. 
Abbott C. F. & R. A. 15 Phenix 
Mortgage. 

Apthorp Robert E. & Co. 21 Citj Ex 



BROKERS. 



CLELAND WM. 84 Washington 
(see adv. page 7ft.")) 

FRENCH .JAMES, 80 Wash, mort- 
gages bought and sold, also dealer 
in real estate 

HYDE J. F. C. 2 Court square 

Warren A. B. 11 Merchants Ex. 

Williams S. G. 40 State 

Note. 

Agcr Solomon, 93 Pearl 
Alderman, Steward, & Co. 6 Bath 
Browr B. & Sons, oG State 
Butters AlbertrH. 93 Pearl 
Chase R. G. & Co. 1 Pearl 
Cowles, Brown, & Co. 39 State 
Cushing John, 2 and 6 Bath 
Day R. L. & Co. 31 Kilby and 10 

Lindall 
Eastman J. S. 33 School 
Fogg Bros. 8c Bates. 55 Congress 
Hill A. B. & Co. 41 Congress 
Hodgkinson F. 24 Congress square 
Lawrence Geo. H. 50 Congress 
Lawrence W. F. 50 Congress 
Lombard Thos. C, & Co. 99 State 
Mellen, Ward. & Co. 20 Congress 
Merrill J. & 1). P. 56 Washington 
NASH& CUSHING, 2 and 6 Bath 
O'Neil John, 101 State 
Osborn, Lane, & Co. 18 State 
Richardson Geo. P. 18 City Ex. 
Stearns E. 31 Exchange 
Veazie J. A. 76 State 
Welch Chas. A. & Co. 8S Water 

Real Estate. 

Apthorp Robert E. & Co. 21 City Ex. 
Arey W. 11. & Hoiwav, 57 Wash. 
Baker A. P. 46 School 
Baker K. W. 81 Washington 
Baker Warren M. 76 Tremont 
BARNES F. G. & CO. 18 City Ex- 
change (see index to adv. ) 
Baxter & Mead, 7 Water 
Blanchard C. 7 Doane 
Blood C. S. 139 Broadway 
Brock wav E. F. & Co. 14 Joy's 
Buck O.'II. & Co. 121 Court' 
Butterfield George, 9 State 
Carr T. M. 81 Washington 
Chapin & Co. 121 Court 
Clapp J. B. 8c Son, Portland, c 
Clavton & Weatherbee, 15 Con_. 
CLELAND WILLIAM, 84 VVash 

ington (see adv. page 795) 
Conley C. C. 23 Congress 
Coverly S. 31 Exchange 
Dawes Henry, 18 Exchange 
Dingley John T. 523 Washington 
Dorsey & Robinson, 6 School 
Edmunds C. 32 Congress 
Edwards & Sears, 22 School 
Eldridge James T. 23 Congress 
Kales G. II. & Co. 129 Washington 



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Fairfield George A. 31 Exchange 
Fisku O. W. 32 Conp ' ' 

Foster D. W. 10 Court 
Foster Charles II. :» State 
Foster <;. II. 13 L'lioenix building 
FRENCH JAMES, 80 Washington 
Fuller Samuel 1). 3G Washington 
Gass Joseph, 31 Exchange 
GOODNOW N. B. 5 Washington 

(see adv. page 626) 
Gould James, 3 1 Doane 
Hall D. Almy, 23 Congress 
Harding Wm. B. 108 Fourth 
Hart G. L. & Co. 32 Congress 
Hart John M. 17 State 
Hart. S. It. 81 Washington 
Haven <S: Fitch, 6 Tremont 
Hawkes T. 1>. 28 State 
Hill Albert B. & Co. 41 Congress 
Holt Charles A. 193 Friend 
Ilolyoke & Co. 80 State 
Jackson F. II. 40 State (room 12) 
Jackson S. S. 10 Court 
Jeffries J. jr. 17 City Exchange 
Jones Wm. 13 Exchange 
Kern & Fitch, 2 Court square 
KINGSLEY GARDNER P. 17 State 

& 1 Devonshire (see adv. page 617) 
Kuhn John, 8 Old State House 
Lakeman James, 51 Commercial 
Leavitt & Hunnewell, 49 Congress 
Lee II. M. 19 Tremont row 
Mason John, 25 Kilby 
Maynard J. W. 9 State 
Meigs. Leonard, & Co. 15 Marshall 
Mellen & Smith. 1 7 State 
Merrill J. 31 Exchange 
Merrill J. ,x D. P. 56 Washington 
Monks R. J. 8 Congress square 
Newman Mark, 15 Congress 
Xi'tes .1. S. & Co. 19 Tremont row 
Niles &. Cobb, 434 City Exchange 
Norris II. A. & J". R.Jones, 31 State 
Page T. 17 Brattle square 
Patch S. ,\ Co. 21 Sco Hay's building 
Porter J. K. & Co. 2 7 State 
Quincy C. O. «S; Co. 32 Washington 
Redding G. C. 13 Phuenix building 
Riblett & Frail. 50 School 
Rice Henry, 27 State 
Rice Samuel. 9 State 
Richcy & Shaw, 49 Washington 
Shattuck Isaac, 31 Exchange 
Simonds & Barnes. 5 Seollay's bld'g 
Sowdon A. J. C. 4o State 
Spooner S. L06 Blackstone 
Steven-. m II. & Co. 122 Washington 
Stockbridire W. U. & Co. 4L> Wash. 
Stratti.n T. W. 23 State 
Todd & Co. 31 Exchange 
Tombs & Johnson, L61 Broadway 
Veazie J. A. 76 State 
Vinal Albert, 13 Tremont row 
Wakefield. E. 11.81 Washington 
Walker & Co. 23 Court 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Brokers — contin ued. 
Warren A. B. 11 Merchants Ex. 
Wax & Co. 74 Washington 
Wells G. II. 4 j Joy's bld'g Si Wash. ! 
Whitaker& Moore, "l3 Traveller bld'g 
Whiting G. W. 120 Cross 
Whittemore B. F. 29 City Exchange 
Williams G. F. 18 State 
Williams J. M. W. 06 State 

Ship. 
Baker Brothers, 101 State 
Baker Freeman, 119 Commercial 
Binney C. J. F. 104 State 
Blanehard C. A. & A. 105 State 
Bridge, Lord, & Co. 6 India 
Browne & Wilde, 128 State 
Bruce Benjamin, 150 State 
Chase A. K. 102 Commercial 
Chipman & Fitz, 111 Commercial 
Clark Geo. P. & Co. 75 Commercial 
Cook Wm. & Co. 14 Commercial 
Emery J. S. & Co. 154 State 
Fairbanks David & Co. 20 State 
Frothingham X. F. 230 State 
Hamlen Nathaniel, 00 State 
Hannum James W. 3 Commercial 
Haskell T. H. & Co. 150 State 
Johnson, Hunter, & Co. 1 Comm'l whf. 
Kilham, Loud, & Co. 21 Commercial 
Knight Joel & Co. 158 State 
Lewis & Folger, 51 Commercial 
Page, Richardson, & Co. 114 State 
Peiree Silas F. & Co. 52 Commercial 
Ray & Walter, 168 State 
Ryder & Crawley, 127 State 
St urges It. C. & Co. 122 Commercial 
Thayer & Lincoln, 13 Commercial 
Thayer & Peabody, 134 State 
White A. II. 03 Commercial wharf 

Specie. 
Burnett, Drake, & Co. 88 State 
Churchill F. A. 134 Washington 
Gooding George II. 10 State" 
Lombard Thomas C. & Co. 99 State 
Hammett J. 3 7 State 
Hutchinson J. P. 31 State 
Pease C. 11. & Co. 81 State 
Russell Charles J. 12 State 
Stone & Downer, 28 State 
WORSTER E. P. k Co. 7 State 

Stock and Exchange. 
Adams J. II. & Co. 40 State 
Anderson, lies. & Co. »H Mereh. Ex. 
Arnold Chas. 3" City Exchange 
Attwood Gilbert & Co. 14 Mereh. Ex. 
Baker Charles. 28 State 
Balfour David M. 32 Central wharf 
Ballon & Mifflin, 60 Stare 
Beal B. Frank. 60 State 
Blake Brothers & Co. 28 State 
Bolles Matthew & Co. 90 State 
Brewer Jas. P. 3 Devonshire • 
Brodhead D. D. 7 Doane 



Brown Benj. & Son*. 50 State 

Brown John II. 15 Traveller bld'g 

Brown Stephen & Son, :;i State 

Chandler A. F. Conirress 

Churchill F. A. 131 Washington 

Clark & Jones, 70 State 

Colburn Samuel. 70 State 

Comins L. B. 22 Congress 

Comins L. B. jr. 22 Congress 

Cowles, Brown, & Co. :)\) State 

Cutter J. A. B. 21 Central 

Dalton S. F. 40 State 

Davis James W. 2 Change avenue 

Davis F. II. 2 Change avenue 

Day R. L. & Co. 31 Kilbv 

Doane George A. 2 Change avenue 

Dodd J. M. 50 School 

Dupee, Beck, &Savles, 22 State 

Durant & Co. 28 State 

DWIGIIT, RICHARDSON, & CO. 

28 State, room 7 
Erlund A. 01 State 
Farley G. 2 Change avenue 
Farley Robert, 2 Change avenue 
Farrington Horace, 1 7 State 
Fisk Wm. C. 13 Exchange 
Fiske F. S. 40 State. 
Fiske Jos. N. 70 State 
Gilbert Samuel, jr. 14 Merchants Ex. 
Gilley John E. M. 5 Devoushire 
Gooding & Co. 29 Merchants row 
Gore J. C. jr. 13 Exchange 
Gorham Francis, 15 Congress 
Grant Fred. 6 Phoenix building 
Hall & Brewster, 8 Mereh. Exchange 
Hammatt James, 37 State 
Hastings J. P. 10 Traveller Building 
Hayward C. L. 1 P. O. avenue 
Head & Perkins, 32 City Exchange 
Heath C. II. 2 Change avenue 
Heath F. A. 2 Change avenue 
HENSHAW & BRO. 5 Merchants 

Exchange 
HOWE, HARDING, & HOWE, 92 

State 
Hubbard Bros. & Co. 31 State 
Hunt Geo. 17 State 
Hutchinson J. P. 31 State 
Hyde David, 13 Exchange 
Johnston T. A. 2 Change avenue 
Keith Wm. W. 17 Sta^te 
Lee Horace M. 19 Tremont row 
Lee, Dauforth, & Co. 48 State 
Lee, Hi^minson, & Co. 40 
Lee Thos. J. & Co. 00 State 
Lincoln Chas. I). 7 Phoenix building 
Lombard Thos. C. & Co. 99 State 
Long Geo. W. & Co. 4 Phoenix bld'g 
Mandell M. J. 10 Exchange 
Martin Joseph G. 10 State 
May & Bancroft, 28 State 
May Wm. B. 9 State 
McLaughlin Rodney, 39 Kilby 
Mead Samuel O. 2 'Change avenue 
Mellen, Ward, & Co. 20 Congress 



BRONZE IRON COOPS — CABINET MAKERS. 



405 



Mendum J. A. 13 Exchange 

Meyer Joseph, 13 Exchange 

Morse & Co. 22 Congress sq. 

Munday Wra, & Co. 4 City Exchange 

Oshorn, Lane, & Co. 18 State 

Parker & Cobb, 8 Devonshire 

Perkins T. Henry, 19 State 

Peters & Parkinson, 24 Congress sq. 

Pickering H. W. 48 State 

Pickering J. 40 State 

Pratt R. M. 7 Union building, 40 State 

Rac Geo. R. 27 State 

Russell Chas. J. 12 State 

Sheafe C. C. 39 Kilbv 

Soley J. J. 13 Exchange 

Stearns Win. R. & Co/ 18 State 

Tennev P. F. 76 State 

Tower", Wilder, & Co. 20 State 

Tyler W. C. 28 State 

Wainwriuht H. C. 40 State 

WIIEELOCK J. B. 40 State 

Williams John R. 4 Congress 

Williams S. G. 29 Union building 

Wise Wm. Russell, 81 State 
Bronzes. 

Whiteley II. 2 Spring Lane 

Bronze Iron Goods. 

STEARNS N. C. 14. 10 & 18 Brom- 1 
field (dealer, see adv. p. 622) 

TUCK J. WARREN & Co. 15 Win- 
ter (see adv. p. 643) 

TUCKER MANUFACTURING | 
CO. 113 Court (see adv. p. 620) 

WINN JOHN A. & CO. 23 Exchange | 

Bronze Powders. 
Brav & Haves, 145 Milk 
DONALD" W. C. & CO. 18 Spring 
Lane (see adv. p. 641) 
' Brush Manufacturers. 
Burton, Fellows. & Co. 21 Exchange i 
Canning John F. & Co. 98 Sudbury 
Doane II. S. & Co. 80 Water 
Drinkwater & Whiting, 8 Blaekstone 
Eastham, Harvey, & Morris, 15 Union 
McLAUGLIN "FRANCIS, 23 Ex- 

change 
Sherriff & Co. 22 Exchange 
White Geo. A. & Co. 25 Union 
White D. & Sons, 2 7 Exchange 

Building Movers. 
Brown Wm. L. 3 78 Harrison ave. 



HER A IN) B. F. k SON, 149 Broad 

(see adv. r- i"«- •■ I 7 ) 

HOWE \ IK I .NTH, 69 Blaekstone 

(see adv. page 609) 
MASUHY A. C. &CO. 28 India (see 

adv. page 6 Hi ) 
Noves Person. -I''. India 
PORTER JOHN & CO. 101 & 103 

Water (see adv. page 643) 

Burnettizing. 

Barker Geo. G. 11 Kilby 

Burr Millstones. 

HOLMES ,\ BLAXCIIARD,9 & 11 
Haverhill and 2 Beverly (see adv. 
page 648) 

White B. F. 162 Devonshire 
Button Dealers. 

AMERICAN BUTTON MANUF. 
CO. George Cooke, treasurer, 20 
State, room 8 (see adv. pane 767) 

Bartlett, Swadkins, & Miller, 105 
Devonshire 

Boon, Frost & Co. 71 Milk 

Gillis W. K. & Co. 23 7 Wa^hinaton 

GLAZIER, MAREAN, & Co. o5 
Summer (see adv. p. 646) 

Greenwood J. M. & Co. 188 Devon- 
shire 

Matlvn & Hathaway, 93 Devonshire 

Peek, Heaton, & Co. 42 Milk 

SIBLEY, CUMNER, * CO. 79 Milk 

Welton W. jr. 81 Milk 

Button Hole Machines. 

Union Button Hole Machine Co. 36 
Chardon, J. B. Kettell, treas. 
Button Manufacturers. 

AMERICAN BUTTON MANU- 
FACTURING CO. 40 Lancaster 
(see adv. page 767) 

Cabinet Makers. 

Aldrich J. E. 19 Charlestowu 

Blake C. ">{ Albanv 

Blmnberji Charles, "383 Federal 

B U AM A N, SII A W, & CO. 27 Sud- 
i bury (sec adv. pane 783) 
i BriL r L ri Seth, 16 Chapman place 
! Britton & Smith, 87 Causeway 
■ Burnham Francis, SG L'tica 
i Carr .Joseph, 89 Haverhill 
j Couch John, 16 Harvard place 

Drummond & Pritehard, 672.1 Wash. 



Cavanausrh J. & W. 11. & W. P., E : Dunli 



P. 87 Causewav 



n. railroad, S. B. 

Bungs and Taps. 
Landrv John J. 74 Sudburv 
VAX' NOSTRAND WM. T. 

Lincoln (see adv. paire 610) 

Burning Fluid. 
COMBINATION OIL CO. 

Broad (see adv. page 64 7) 
Dodge E. P. 8 Tremont 



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149 



Ellis John A. & Co. 2 Studio bld'ng 
Ellis & Kendall, 86 Utica 
For£ P. 711 Washington 
Gillespie, Currie, & Brennan,94 Utica 
( ;!■ ■{ G. II. 160 Trvmont 
Haskell Augustus, 57 : Tremont row 
Haven II. P. 59 Cambridge 
Hixon E. & Co. 172 \\ ashinjton 
HOLMES F. M- & CO. iss & 190 
Hanover (see adv. page 778) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Cabinet Makers — continued. 
Howard James II. 90 Utica 
Ivors S. 13 Charlestown 
Krasinski A. 4G(J Tremont 
LITTLEHALE & DRAKE, 94] 

Utica (see adv. page 7 73) 
Mannke R. 455 Tremont 
McDonnell Win. !>M Utica 
MEAGHER J. W."3 Chambers 
Morton Jas. C. 84 Chapman 
Murphy Jeremiah, 1 Newbury place 
Packard S. 753 Washington 
Peterson E. G. 69 Cornhill 
Ranee J. B. .'592 Tremont 
Roberts F. II. k Co. 34 Water 
SH ACKFORD EDWIN, 1006 Wash 
Strob & Krekler, 796 Washington 
Xoussaint & Co. 526 Washington 
Welch E. 78 Albany 
Wetherbee J. W. & Co. 9 Merrimac 

CalfSkins. (Pebbled.) 
BUTLER E. K. 68 Pearl 

McDonald & Hurd (finished) 20 Pearl 

Cap Makers. (Cloth and Fur.) 
Bent k Bush, Court, cor. Wash. 
Birch &• Henderson, 19 Milk (ladies' 

dress) 
Burke C. 1 Central place (ladies') 
Gould, Dyer, & Peabody, 73 Summer 
Hollander J. L. 1 73 Washington 
Louis M. & Co. 10 North 
Spitz S. 59 Elm 
Strecker Bros. 144 Hanover 
Wolil' Wm. 56 Federal 

Candles. 
BAILEY & EATON, 28 k 30 Canal 
(see adv. page 625) 

Cane and Willow Furniture. 
PARTIiEIMULLER F. 8 Harvard 
(see adv. page 788) 

Cap Trimmings. (Patent Leather.) 
Turner George, 95£ Washington 

Cards. 
BATCIIELDER E. S. 17 Harvard 

place (manuf., see adv. page 635) 
Dearborn N. S. 24 School 
Perkins B. Lamson, 6\] Milk 
STORKS AMARIAH, 54 Cornhill 

(see adv. page 619) 

Carpenters and Builders. 
Ames S. & II. 7} Fayette 
Aver Thomas. 60 Myrtle 
Bacon & Smith, 29 Fulton 
Ball Wm. V., Athens, c. F 
Bailey * Hildreth, 274 Broad 
Baleh F, Webster avenue 
Barker C.& G. 26 Beverly & 23 State 
Barker J. II. 52 Charles ' 
Barker S. A. 16 Chapman place 
Barnes Curtis, 91 Portland 



Barnes & Barker, 17 Portland 

Barry J. C. 1 1 Decatur, E. B. 
Bartlett E. L. 12 Hawley 

Bates J. W. 64 Broad 

Battison Wm. 44 Albany 

Beal J. II. 230 Congress 

Bennett S. P., Chestnut, n. Charles 

Either Alfred S. 120 Tyler 

Blood Charles S. 205 Fourth 

Blood Wm. G. 27 Morton place 

Bodwell C. 11.47} Kingston 

Boles Warren. 49 Sudbury 

Botume & Nixon, 23 State 

Bourn k Leavitt. 10 Lime 

Bowe Wm. 120 Tyler 

Bowers A. 92 Portland 

Bowker George W. 1 7 Oswego 

Brackctt Henry. 10 Haverhill 

Bradford Thomas, 405 Tremont 

Brown E. F. & O. Q. 87 Brookline 

Brown E. P. 94 W. Cedar 

Brown J. E. k N. & Co. foot of Piedm't 

Brown True, Wareham 

Bunton P. 117 Merrimac 

Burr Theoph. 1 7 Blossom 

Campbell J. F. 89 Brookline 

Carney John J., I. cor. Fourth 

Carpenter J. B., Fifth 

Carpenter Wm. 38 S. Cedar 

Chamberlain & Marston. 403 Broad 

Chandler k Son, 390 Tremont 

Chase S. A. 109 Northampton 

Chase S. Y. 46 Meridian, E. B. 

Clifford W. 117 Congress 

Coffin U. H. 237 Harrison avenue 

Conant Fred. P. 73 W. Dedham 

Cooper Jacob T. 90 Federal 

Cotton Lewis E. 33 Province 

Cowin R. S. 342 Commercial 

Coy & Laws, 58 Beverly 

Cummings & Carlisle, 146 Tyler 

Cunningham G. II., Bolton, n. Doreh. 

Damon Calvin. 32 Tyler 

Damon H. 91 Brookline 

Daunt T. K. 278 Federal 

Da vies Daniel, River 

Davis k Tarbox, 76 Charlestown 

Dearborn J. B. & Co. 22 Hawley 

Ditson H. 28 Hawley 

I Dobson J. 24 Hawley 

I Dolan Mark, 29 Kington 

| Dow Daniel. 94 Portland 
Drake W. G. 90 Federal 
Dupee Charles, 32 Lancaster 
Engley L. 128 Cambridge 
Easterbrook Isaac, 7 River 
Elder Geo. G.. Curve, c. Albany 
Emerson Jacob, I, c. Fourth 
Emerson Jonathan, 434 Tremont 

( Emery & Gardner, 22 W. Dedham 

j Farrington John F. 360 Harrison av. 

; Ferguson T. 3.7 Fleet 

| Fitch Jonas. 383 Federal 

I Flanders B. II. 84 Albany 

| Ford Daniel B. 73 West Dedham 



CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 



407 



Fret-man Albert, 49 Sudbury 
French & -Blackbird, Creek sq. 
Frizzel Charles, 44 Albany 
Frost J. M. 2)5 Battery march 
Frost J. O. 242 Commercial 
Frost Wm. B. 23 Battery march 
Fuller L. L. S Congress square 
Gillbrd M. S. 100 Portland 
Goodwin & Setehell, 690 Washington 
Gould D. F. 123 Congress 
Grant D. 66 Harrison avenue 
Greenleaf J. W. 120 Tyler 
Hadiock J. E. 129 Congress 
Harding & Neilv, 462 Tremont 
HARDING &"PEKCIVAL, — 168 

Blackstone 
Hargrave George, Prescott, n. Chelsea 
Harriman N. G. & Co. 3 7 Sudbury 
Hart Nathaniel O. 432 Tremont 
Harvev A. F. 1G Castle 
Haskell T. F., rear 64 Joy 
Haslett George, 434 Tremont 
Hathaway A. J,, foot of River 
Hazlett N. 342 Commercial 
Hawkes Benj. 3 26 Harrison avenue 
Heath Dana, 150 Charlestown 
Hendrick J. W. & Co. 161 Dover 
Hill Jacob J. 444 Tremont 
.HITCHCOCK & SKINNER, 75 Al- 
bion 
Hobart Peter jr. 17 Harvard place 
Holbrook & Harlow, 226 Third, c. E 
Holmes 8c Goodwin, 2 Creek square 
Houston Wm. R. 72 Broadway 
Howard C. C. 73 W. Dedham 
Huggins Chester M. 466 Harrison ave. 
Hunkins & Witherspoon, 152 Dover 
Huston II. N. 207 Fourth 
Huston Wm. R. 23 State 
James Wm. 3 7 Richmond 
Jepson Samuel, 34 South Margin 
Jordan Wm. S. 32 Sudbury 
Kent A. 123 Congress 
Keyes T. 40 Broadway 
King Augustus, r. 438 Harrison ave. 
Kirwin Henry F. 54 Chas. 6c 23 State 
Laming & Drisko, 316 Harrison ave. 
Lewis Asa, Chapman 
Lewis Woodburv L. 1200 Federal 
Libbey A. 120 Tyler 
Lincoln Geo. L. 1 8 Hawley 
Low W. A. & S. G. 74 Harrison ave. 
Lund J. C. 150 Charlestown 
Lyford E. K. 5!) South Margin 
Lyford Thomas & Co. 7 Barrett 
Lynch 8c Hittenhine, 12 Lewis 
MeKenzie & Campbell, is Bedford 
Magrath John, 418 Tremont 
Mann J. II. rear 303 Broadway 
Manning & Neal, Chapman n. Trem. 
Marlow J. B. 438 Harrison avenue 
Marshall Win. 11 Bedford 
MeAleerP. 21 Prnyinee 
McGonagle Charles, 5 Creek square 
McNeil James, 101) Northampton 



McNUTT J. J., Novelty Wood Works, 

Warrh mi ,\ M il«|i ii ( •• •■ adv. p. 77 7 ) 
Merrill S. W. 32 lM.r 
Millikcn Li 136 Dover 
.Moore Jasper P. >\ Devonshire 
Moore John, Nuwbern place 
Morrison J. I). .> Si »tcr 
Morrison m Shaw, i >; l'.-- 
Morton C. B. ,\ D. < >. 23 Williams 
Morton E. 14 I Tremont 
Morton <N: Chesley, 183 L'remont 
Monroe? Henry, jr. 16 Chapman place 
Murphy John, 43u Tremont 
Neal Samuel, '.» Lime 
Nichols William. I 12 Tyler 
Niles .John S., Dor.ii. n . Broadway 
Norris B. P. 1032 Washington 
Nowill G ic C. 5 I Church 
Nowell (>. S. 690 Washington 
Oliver John. jr. 318 Harrison avenue 
Park I. B. 18 Hawley 
Patch Franklin. 8 Travers 
Paul E. A. 114 Dover 
PAUL J. F. 441 Tremont 
Peirce G. W. 700 Washington 
Perkins David, 28 Hawley 
Perkins S. S. 23 State 
Peterson ^ Goodwin, 77 Joy* 
Pierce S. II. L., B, cor. First 
Pike Ami re w, 90 Portland 
Pike, E. W., Cause way, cor. Portland 
Pike George S. 90 Portland 
Pike John K.. Foundry, c. Fourth 
Poland D. E. 42 Devonshire 
Pond C. 1<» ! '2 Washington 
Pratt Ebenezer, 84 Leverett 
Pratt F. L. 65 Tyler 
Preble A. J. 176 Commercial 
Quimby Ira B. 22 Andover 
Quinn Charles F. 175 Harrison ave. 
Raynes Francis, rear 13S Blackstone 
Rhodes D., Fulton, cor. Richmond 
Richardson & Young, 56 Cooper 
Kicker K. F. 672 Washington 
Ripley A. S. 442 Tremont 
Roberts & Damon. 16 Pitts 
Robinson Seth, 18 Hawley 
Robinson W. S. 'MG Harrison ave. 
Rvder Whitman L. 303 Commercial 
Sailbrd Edward, 449 Tremont 
Sanders William, Athens, cor. E 
Shapleigh J. W. 432 Tremont 
Sharp LI. A. 25 West Sumner, E. B. 
Silloway Natal A. 4 North Grove 
Simmons Hiram, foot Lime 
Small \ Post, rear 438 Harrison ave. 
Smith David. \ 12 Tremont 
! Smith N. S. 19.'. Fourth 
! Snow & Buruham, tit Portland 
Spenee Andn w, •'■ Bumstead court 
<jpj ir L. S., 1) treh. cor. Federal 
; STACKPOLE J. B. 45 Sudbur) (see 
i adv. page 7 71 & 772) 
I Standish Francis, 85 Albany 
Standish Moses, 424 Tremont 



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Carpenters^ etc. — continued. 
Steele A. E. IS Elavvley 
Stetson C. P. 179 Cambridge 

Stevens John S. 56 Cooper 
Stone Marshall S. 33 Tyler 
Tenny & White, 23 South Russell 
ThaxterE. CG Tyler 
Towle S. F. 84 Sudbury 
Townsend George O. 30 Avery 
Trowbridge 1. C. 31 Way & 23 State 
Turner T.J. 201 Fourth" near D 
Ward Ceo. VV. 316 Harrison avenue 
Warner W. II., Piper's wharf 
WELD & BOY SON, 390 Tremont 

(see adv. page 7 74) 
Wells O. S. 114 Merrimac 
Wendell J. 84 Albany & 23 State 
West J. W. 442 Harrison avenue 
Weston W. L. 72 Harrison avenue 
Wheeler Nathan, 47 Union Park st. 
Whiteomb Benj. D. 917 Washington 
White & Fernald, 39o Tremont 
Wigglesworth John II.. Fourth, c. O 
Willcutt John, 64 Portland 
Willoughby W. W. 61 South Margin 
Wilson J. B. 23 State 
Wilson J. H. 378 Harrison avenue 
Wilson W. II. 267 Tremont 
Wood M. jr. 18 Hawley 
Wright John, 73 West Dec! ham 
Young & Baker, 87^ Brookline 

Carpet Bags, &e. 

Neat, Kearney, & Co. 52 Elm, 24 
Friend, & 336 Washington 

RICH. PITMAN, & Co. 64 & 86 Union 
(tee adv. page 624) 

Carpet Cleaning. 

Roberts Ralph. 10 Franklin avenue 
Smart Kich'd, Milldam, n. Tollhouse 
Thompson A. II. & Co., Emerald, cor. 

Chapman 
Union Carpet Beating Co., Cambridge, 

cor. Charles 

Carpetings. 

Briard O. 120 Broadway 

Bright Win. E. & Co. 328 & 330 Wash. 
Brooks W. P. B. 114 Blaekstone 
Browne W. II. rear 55 Tremont 
Childs, Crosby, & Lane, 116 Tremont 
Chipinan Ceo. W. &Co. 119 Milk 
Fovvle &. Co. 164 Washington 
Goldthwait, Snow, <S: Knight, 33 Wash. 
Learned 6c Hartley, 136 Hanover 
Lovejoy J. & Co.. 1" Summer 
N. E. Carpet Co. 75 Hanover 
Packard i\ F. & Sons, ~>^> Union 
Pray J. II. Sons & Co. 192 Washington 
Swei-tser 6c Abbott, 7 & :■ Bromfield 
Wentworth Fred. B. \. Co. 66 llano'r 

Carpet Linings. 

Putnam Geo. D, 19 Lindall 



Carpet Makers. 
Bigby Sarah, l* Poplar 

Clark Maria F. -15 Piedmont 
Farrell Margaret A. 11 Norfolk place 
Oilman Nancy, 2 Kneeland 
Rowell Mary, 2 Bedford eourt 

Carpet Slippers. 
WILLIS, BARUELL, .v CO. 140 

Pearl (see adv. page 7 72) 

Carpet Sweepers. 
Weed Otis II. & Co. 31 Brattle 

Carriage Builders. 
(See also Wheelwrights.) 
Abbott, Downing. 6c Co. 26 Central 
Bartlett Francis E. 1 Travers 
Blood A. 51 Eliot 
Brainard E. II. & Co. 852 Federal 
DANIEESON & JOHNSON, 4G0 cc 

462 Federal 
Dowling John, 6 Travers 
Duclos & Harm, 104 Albany 
Duran P., East Sumner, n. Orleans 
Furlong & Palmer, 19 Lancaster 
FRYE J., Dorch. st. near Federal 
GiichristW., Border, n.Central S4.E.B. 
Goddard Thomas, 146 Federal 
Green C. T. Medtbrd, c. Charlestown 
Hall James & Son. 5 Hawkins 
Jaquith A. D. 124 Dover 
Mitchell & Co. 9 and 11 Eliot 
Penn Joseph, 264 Friend 
Perry B. 118 Brookline 
Perry D. W. 341 Harrison avenue 
Pray J. F. 26 7 Tremont 
Kuss C. & Co. 26:> Northampton 
Sargent Win. P. 8: Co. 14 Sudbury 
Sargent, Brewster, & Ham. 57 Sudbury 
Slade Robert, 265 Federal 
Thomas Chauncev, loot of Chestnut 
Treadwell W. H. II. M. 59 Eliot 
Whitton Henry, 120 Dover 
Whittier John P. 8, 10, & 12 Merrimac 

Carriage Depositories. 
Bayley Dudley II. c\ Co. 91 Federal 
COLMAN M. & SON. 6 7 & 69 Port- 
land and 190 & 192 Friend ^see 
adv. page 639) 
Hale E. W. 25 Haverhill [South 

ISBURGII & ROWLAND, East, c 
Kimball Bros. & Co. 112 Sudbury 
Pray J. F. 267 Tremont 
Riddle Edward, 126 Union 
Sargent Win. P. 6c Co. 14 Sudbury 
Sargent Francis <S: Co. 7 Charlestown 
Whittier John P. 10 Merrimac 

Carriage Smiths. 

Cobine James, 8 Travers 
Craibe & Brother, F, cor. Third 
Daniels Ebene/.er, 13 Bridge 
boud James, 119 Beach 
Lazell Win. II. 6 Bumstead eourt 



CARRIAGE SMITHS — CHEMICALS. 



•100 



lVim Joseph, 2G4 Friend 
Ilowell II. T. 90 Portland 
Stacy Frank, 127 Merrimac 
TreadwetlW. II. II. M. 59 Eliot 
Williams Patrick. 21 Lancaster 

Carriage Stock. 
Foster & Colbura, 123 Milk 
PEABQDY B. I. 72 Kilby (see adv. 

page 628 ) 
Wight James & Co. GO Beverly 

Carriage Trimmers. 
(See Harness Makers.) 
Car Springs (Rubber.) 
MANHATTAN RUBBER CO., Ste- 
phen D. Bennet, Pres., 50 Milk (see 
adv. page 796.) 

Carvers. (Ornamental.) 
Bean W. P. 456 Washington 
Bieber C G. 761 Washington 
Bourguianon 8c Britt, 109 Washingt'n 
Briggs O. L. 456 Washington 
Coffin Henry, 52G Washington 
Foye N. W. & Co. 1G Harvard place 
Glad George II. 4G0 Tremont 
Hastings E. W r . 51 Commercial 
Jones Henry A. 5 7 Devonshire 
? Leonard, Clark. & Co. 90 Utiea 
Melntvre & Gleason, 21 Commercial 
MEAGHER J. W. 3 Chambers (see 

adv. page 79 7.) 
Nye Alfred. 66 Harrison avenue 
Pratt S. F. & Co. 16 Devonshire 
Scanlan E. B. 390 Tremont 

Ship Carvers. 
Fowle J. D. 102 Commercial 
Hastings E. XV. 51 Commercial 
Melntvre & Gleason, 21 Commercial i 
Rumney XV. II. 223 Commercial j 

Cask Dealers. 
Mills J. L. & Son, Atkins's wharf 
Patten Thomas, 125 Haverhill 
Patten Wm. C. 205 Cause wav 
Smith W r . XV. 6 Portland 

Cast Steel Workers. 
WHEELER S. & Co. 126 Marginal I 
East Boston (see adv. page 7 70) 
Caterers. 
Cook T. D. 1090 Washington 
Smith J. B. 18 Howard 
Cement. 
Bray & Hayes, 145 Milk (Roman, &c.) I 
Cook & Jordan. 470 Harrison avenue j 
Curtis F. 250 Federal 
Drake T. & Son. 240 Federal 
Hall A. A. *:<; Church 
Ilersey C. Lincoln's wharf 
Kent & Marvin. 140 Commercial 
McAbee N. S. & Co. IS First 
Piper S. & Co. 230 Federal 
liohv D. &Co. 280 Causeway 
26} 



WING ATE WM. A. 36 Kilby and 
198 Broad (see adv. page 770) 

WITIIERELL (). 1). :<5 State (see 
adv. page 002) 

Young C. & Co. 70 State & 445 Com'l 
Chain Cables and Anchors. 

Fearing, Rodman, & Co. 170 State 

Fcaniej, Thatcher, & Co. 25 Comm'I 

Will'! ON BUO. & CO. 33 Gamal 
Chain Makers. 

Hill Brothers, F. cor. Third 
Chair Dealers and Painters. 

BOSTON' CHAIR CO. 22 & 41 Way 

( see adv. page 7 7:0 
Brown W. 11. 62 Fulton 
Chapman Win. 112 Fulton 
Conant Bros. & Co. 1G9 Fulton 
Derby, Knowlton, & Co. 141 North 
Forsyth G. 65 Fulton 
Gate's M. L. C9 Fulton 
Hey wood Bios. & Co. 217 State 
Hey wood L. \ Co. 217 State 
Hills Henry S. 81 Fulton 
Hoi man 11. & Co. 73 Fulton 
Hodge A. S. ^ Co. 89 Richmond 
Hodson Henry, 72 Fulton 
Hubbard J. C. 701 Washington 
Merriam (). W. 121 Fulton 
Mixter J. \V. & Co. 95 Richmond 
NICHOLS WILLIAM. 91 Cross 
Parker. Sawyer. & Co. 170 North 
Perry J. W. & Co. 5 7 Fulton 
Pierce. Brown, & Co. 59 Richmond 
Saflbrd Hiram eN Son, 4 N. Market 
Saw in & Osgood, 286 Commercial 
Sawyer, Thompson, & Perley, 159 

Fulton 
Shatfuck W. G. 108 Fulton 
Stuart B. & J. II. 93 Fulton 
Traverse t'lias. S. 96 Fulton 
Wadsworth Co. P. 17:5 Fulton 
Watson Jeremiah, 7 7 Fulton 

Chair Makers. [Frmrh. 
BOSSOM & BORSH, 68 Albany 
BOSTON CHAIR CO. 22 and 41 

Wav (see adv. pa<rc 7 79) 
DEL A PORTE & CO., Dorchester, 

S. B. (see adv't page 7 75) 

Charcoal 
Chalice cN Cummings. 23 State 

Checks (Metal) 
Robbing John, 42 Kneeland 
Check and Ticket Nnmbcrcr. 
HATHAWAY ALFRED, 116 Wash. 

Chemical Apparatus. 
BABCOCK ,1 \MES F. 7 Broi 

( see adv. page i i.H | 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 
3U0 Washington (si e adv. p. 623) 
Chemicals. 
Atwood Charks II. 13!) Summer 






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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Chemicals — con united. 
Boston Chemical Works, 21 Central 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. 0. 

300 Washington (see adv. p. G2'3) 
COCHRANE A.& CO. 19 Broad 
Enmiertou & Co. 13 Custom House st. 
Ileiishaw C. C. 154 State 
IIodges& Richardson, 46 India wharf 
Levis & Frederick, 159 Milk 
Pettes George W. 7 State 
Sprague A. W. 23 Cbauncy 

Chemists. 
B.ABCOCK JAMES F. 9 Bromfield 

( analytical and consulting see adv. 
page 6*08 ) 
Hawes J. II., Fifth, near D 
Hayes A. A. 20 State (analytical) 
Haves S. Dana, 20 State (analytical) 
JACKSON C. T. 32 Somerset (ana- 
lytical) 
Jaques Geo. 81 Washington (nianuf) 
Levis Ambrose, Second, n. C 
NICHOLS JAMES R. & CO. 150 
Congress (see adv. page GO 2) 

Children's Carriages. 
Barnard C. D. 68 Union 
Eaton. Jones, <$c Co. 6 Holmes block 
Kimball S. II. 40 Union 
KITTREDGE F. O. 77 Union 
Wenlworth J. 31.3 Washington 
Woods B. F. 81 Union 

Chimney Sweep. 
Scarlett Joseph, 40 Brattle 

China Decorators. 
Boston China Decorating Co. foot of 

Poplar 
Walter Theodore, 21 School 

Chiropodists. 
Caro E. A. Mrs. South, c. Summer 
Kenison X. 21 Temple place 
Iyenison Parker, 49 Tremont 
Perkins F. B. 3 Winter 
Soulq S. 86 Court 

Chocolate Mamifs. 
Baker Walter & Co. 201 State 
PRESTON JOHN, 162 State (see 

adv. pau'e 601) 
WEBB JOSIA1I & CO. 48 Chatham 

Chronometers. 
Bond William & Son, 17 Congress 
Willard Simon & Son, 9 Congress 

Cigar and Snuff Stores. 

[See also Tobacco.) 

Abraham Mo^es 3 'J Fleet 
Alles John. 156 Cambridge 
Ashton J. II. 50 N, Market 
Bassett Win. A. 21 Blackstonc 
Batehelder X. W. ,N: Co. 12 Lroad 
Bcavin Thomas, 713 Federal 



i Becker J. & A. Ochs, 849 Wash. 
Beckman Adolph, 22 Boy 1st on 
Bemis Emery. 7 India wharf 
Benshimol Joshua, 51 Merrimac 

! Bird Martin, 1 1 Water 
BREWER CLARK &c SON'S, u S. 

Market ( see adv. page 631 ) 
Brown 1 >. S. & ( o. ;;i Broad 

i Brown O. C. 7h North 
Carroll E. Mrs. 255 Hanover 
CARRUTIID. J. & Co. 61 and G3 

Blackstone (see adv. page 638) 
Carruth II. & Co. 46 Hanover 
Colford Bros. 6 Lindall 
Conant C. P. 37 7 Washington 
Corman Lucas, 127 Shawniut ave. 
Damon L. 814 Washington 
Donovan Lawrence, 3 7 Hanover 
Dubuc J. P. P. 29£ State 

I Duffy B. C. 101.3 Washington 
Eaton J. J. 43 Long wharf 
Eichberg & Eller, 4 Central wharf 
(importers) 

J Filiebrown, Russell, 8c Co. (importers) 
48 Long wharf 
Fretch Wm. S. 9 Change ave. 
Freteh Wm. S. jr., (manufacturer), 

9 Change ave. 
Gardiner J. 11. 233 Hanover 
Gillett, Jones, & Co. 15 Broad 

| Goode John P. 4 City Hall ave. 
Gotthardt II. M. 7 2 1 Washington 
Goulston II. 5 Change avenue 
Greene Chas. 12 7 Cambridge 
Grodjinski M. J. 91 Washington 
Grunbaum Jacob, 72 Washington 
Ileineman <S: Bros. .324 Washington 
Himan J. 7.31 Washington 
Himes H. M. & Co. 171) Hanover 
Jacobs J. 128 Federal 
Ilincke J. 25 Boylston 
Kent II. M. 3 Winthrop block, E. B. 
Kraft Lorenzo, 802 Washington 
Krause F. 516 Washington 
Marsh Wm. II. 302 Commercial 
Martin A. A. 8 Lewis. E. B. 

, Mason & Holmes, 130 Wash. 

I Merritt & Richardson, 1 F. II. square 

' Milant Charles A. 2G Border, E. B. 

! Mitchell A. R. 24 Broad 

| Mock G. & Co. 1095 Wash. 

j Mohr C. 3 7 Cambridge 

I Moses Louis, 1 U 1 Cambridge 
Mower J. W. 94 Union 
O'Connor E. jr. 588 Washington 
Page J. II. & Co. 4S Portland 

I Pierce M. 115 Havover 

' Pierce O. & J. loll Washington 
Queenan J. 42 Meridian, E. B. 
Ojiinn J. 100 South 
Quinn J. F. 300 Federal 
Raddin F. L. & J. A. 125 Hanover 

i Robinson J. W. :> Lewis 

I Samuel Isaac & Bro. G Court sq. 

I Sharp Otto, 504] Washington 



CIGAR AND SNUFF STORKS — CLERGYMEN. 



Ill 



Slarle Henry, jr. 29 Broad 
Slade L. S. &. G. F. 24 Broad 
Smaller L. W. 92 Court 
Smith George O. 10 Lindall 
Spitz Samuel, 243 Hanover 
Stadelmann Charles N. 694 Wash. 
Susmann Bros. 9 Union 
Sweetser Bros. 36 South Market 
Thompson A.. Broadway, cor. C 
Traiser B. 5(33 Washington 
Traiser Henry, 125 & 138 Court 
Verveer L. 177 Hanover 
Waitt Cookson, 130 Commercial 
Waitt Henry, 6 Blackstone 
Wasserboehr H. P. 5 Hanover 
Wasserboehr J. E. & Son, 2(3 Union 
Wezenskv J. 371 Federal 
Whiton J. P. 24 Broad 
Whiton J. W. 29 Province 
WILDER & ESTABROOK, 7 Com'l 
Wiltert J. J. 14 7 Harrison ave. 
Wolf Isidor, 584 Washington 

Cistern Builders. 
Dow Daniel. 94 Portland 
Slade Wm. J. 81 Portland 

Civil Eng's and Surveyors. 

(See also Mechanical Engineers.) 
Ashburner Samuel, 31 Kilby 
Batchelder J. M. 31 Kilby 
Boyden Uriah A. 81 Washington 
Brigjs Luther, 81 Washington 
Brownell 6c Granger, 17 Old State II. 
Clapp Otis F. 7 Court square 
Crafts N. Henry, City Hall (City En- 
gineer) 
Curtis Joseph II. 50 Bromfield 
Darracott Franklin, 28 State 
Davis Thomas W., City Eng'rs office 
Doane T. & J. jr.. 42 Barristers' Hall 
EDSON WILLIAM, 10 Studio build- 

ino: (see adv. pa^e 642) 
Eddy 11. H. 7G State 
Evans F. W.48 Winter 
Fuller J. F. 13 Doane 
Fuller S. P. 13 Doane 
Gates Stephen F. 46 Court 
Gavett Joseph. 4 Court 
Hall C. G. & Son. 70 Washington 
Herschel C. G Jov's building 
Minnot S. L 41 "^ 42 Barristers' Hall 
Morton C., City Engineer's office 
Nott Gordon II. 2 Change ave. 
Nott S. 2 Chance avenue 
PARROT T WM. P. 39 State 
Reed II. G. 7 1 )oane 
ROBINSON J. U. 28 State (see adv. 

page G45) 
S.awver Edward, 81 Washington 
SIIEDD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 
room 38, (agricultural and drain- 
ing, see adv. page 643) 
Slade James, 22 Broad 
"Wadsworth Alex. 9 R. R. Exchange 



j Whitwell W. S. G1 State 

Willson II. W., Dorchester, n. Mercer 

Claim Agents. 
Abell Chas. It. 5 Tremont 
Andrews John L. 45 Court 

BELL JAMES B. 4 State (see adv. 

page G20) 
Butler J. II. 27 Court 
Cass A. J. 5 Tremont 
Clark I. P. 11:5 Washington 
DERBY & WILLIAMSON,4G Court 
Drew & Greeley, 5!' Court 
Dyer Francis S. 75 Summer 
Fletcher Josiah, 35 Court 
(Jay Ebonezer, 42 Court 
Hobbs Wm. jr. 10 State 
Murdock J. 19 Tremont row- 
Perkins Israel, 7 Court sq. 
Prescott Levi T. >>>; Court 
Reed Charles, 5 Tremont 
Schouler Wm. 33 School 
Searle Geo. W. 22 School 
Swan Charles A. F. 46 Court 
Thompson Wm. II. K> Court 
TODD PAUL P. & CO. 17 State 

(see adv. page G14) 
Warren G. Washington, 42 Court 
Woodman Horatio, 25 R. R. Exchange 

Clairvoyant. 
LATHAM A. C. 292 Wash, (see 
adv. page 794) 

Clergymen. 



(Settled over Boston Churches.) 
Abbott G. S. (B.), S Linden 
Adams Nehemiah (C. T.), G Malone 
Block, Washington [way 

Alden Edmund K. ( C. T.).341 Broad- 
Alexander Alexes (J.), 7 Vinal pi. 
Alizer Wm. R. ( C. IV), 38 Temple 
liabcock Wm. G. (C. U.), 16 Florence 
Baker Abijah R. (C. T.). E St. Church 
Bapst John (R. C), liar. av. e. Con- 
cord [Park 
Baratta J. N. (R. C), 28 Chester 
Barnard Chas. F. (C U.), h. at W. 

Newton 
Bartol Cyrus A. (Cons:.). 17 Chestnut 
Bingham Joel S. (C. T.), 117 Webster, 

E. B. 
Btagden Geo. W. (C. T.), 40 Bowdoin 
Blaikie Alexr. (Pres.), 5 Newbern pi. 
Blenkinsop Wm. A. (R. C), 35 Broad- 
way 
Bolles James A. (E,), 8 Hancock 
Borden Luman (E. U.). h. at Chelsea 
Bradlee Caleb D. (C. U.). 44 Chester 

Park 
Burriil John T. (E.), Salem 
Bvrne Wm. (K. C), 932 Washington 
Cannev P. J. ( U. C), 59 Albany 
Chanev Geo. L. (C. IV), «'- Brookline 
ChapmanJ.A.M.(M. E.)..">7 Rutland 
Clarke James F. (C. U.), 245 Wash. 



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412 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Clergymen — continued. 
Claybaugk W. M. (Pros.) 
Coolidge J. I. T. (E.), 280 Broadway 
Cudworth Warren II. (C. U.), 1 

Meridian, E. B. 
Denham Geo. (E.), East Boston 
Dexter Henry M. (C. T.), 15 Cornhill 
Doty \V. I). (!•:.), 18 Louisburg sq. 
Dow James M. II. (('. T.), 99 Purchase 
Eastburn Manton (E.), 180 Tremont 
Eastman Lucius R. (C T.), 31 Knee- 
land 
Eddy D. C. (B.), 23 Decatur 
Edmunds Edward (Cli.), 7 7 Dover 
Eilis Rufus (C. U.), 7 Hamilton pi. 
Fitton James (11. C), East Boston 
Foljambe S. W. (B.), 24 White, E. B. 
Foote Henry W. (C U.), 85 Pinckney 
Fulton Justin A. (B.), 32 Milford 
Fulton Robt. J. (11. C.), Harrison ave. 
cor. Concord [place 

Gannett Ezra S. (C. U.), 10 Boylston 
Garner Win. V. (B.), 110 Charles 
Gerry E. J. (C. U.), 7 Allston place 
Gerbi Emilirano (11. C), 932 Wash. 
Graham W. (Pres.) 
Gleason (11. C), 35 Broadway 
Grimes Leonard A. (B.), 28 Grove 
Hague Win. (B.), 5 Newton 
Hale Edward E. (C. U.), G7 Worcester 
Hall Geo. M. (Pres.), 93 Saratoga 
Hamburger M. J. (Hoi. Jew), 104 
Essex [Marion 

Hamilton A. O. (M. E.). Eutaw, cor. 
Hauser Otto (Ger. Lu.), 70 Shawmuit 

avenue 
Haskins Geo. F. (R. C.), 2 North sq. 
Healv James A. ( R. C.), 59 Albany 
Hepworth Geo. 11. (C. (J.), 191 Shaw- 



Neale Rollin II. (B.). 15 Somerset 
Nicholson \V. B. ( E.j, 18 Louisbi 
Noves Geo. S. (M. E.), 11 North sq. 
O'Oallaghan (R. C), 35 Broadway 
O'Hagar J. B. (R. C), Endieott 
O'Kane D. (R. C), Endieott 
O'Riley Bernard (R. C), A Allen 
Pierce Joshua R. ( E.), <;7 Bedford 
Potter Henry C. ( B.), Tremont 
Potter Horatio I). (E.), Edinboro' 
Randolph Warren (B.), 4 Florence 
Heed James (Sued.), 45 Pineknev 
Reiter Ernest (11. C). 32 Middlesex 
RisleyJ. Edward (M. E.), ll!»:» Wash. 
Bobbins Chandler (C. U.), 89 Pinek- 
nev 
Robinson J. P. (EX G7 Bedford 
Ryder A. S. (C. U.), 9 Dorchester 
SchoninLrer Joseph (Ger. Jew) 
Sehwarz Louis B. (G. E. Ref'd), 103 

Pinckney 
Sheehan Thomas (11. C), 2 North .<=q. 
Sheerin T. (R. C), Endicott 
Stickney M. P. (E.), 11 Cambridge 
Stow Baron (B.), 20 Harrison ave. 
Stowe Phineas (B.), 8 Baldwin place 
Stutson N. (M. E.), 7 7 F 
Sullivan Janus (11. C), Fifth 
Sumner John S. (11. C), ilarr. ave. c. 

Concord 
Taylor Edward T. (M. E.), 1 Prince 
Thaver Thomas B. (Uv.), 51 Union 

Park 
Tilden Wm. P. (C. U.). 79 Bedford 
True C. K. (M. E.), 184 Salem 
Tucker Hilary (R. C), 932 Wash. 
Tupper Samuel (M. E.), h. at Brook- 
line 
! Walker O. T. (B.), 28 Lever, tt 



[Broadway Washington Geo. II. (M.). 28 Vine 
J. U.), K, cor. Wasson David A. (C. U.), Fourth, n. 



Hinckley Frederick (C 
Holmes S. F. (E.), 39 Boylston 
Huntington F. D. (E.), 98 Boylston 
Johnson Wm; (M.), 3 Strong place 
Kirk Edward A. (C. T.), 5 Staniford 
Knight Cvrus W. (E.), 3 St. James 
Earner Chr. (G. E. Ref'd) 
Leeompte E. A. (B.), Fifth, b. K and I 
Lothrop Samuel K. (C. U.), 12 Chest- 



Watson John D. (E.), 25 Edinboro 
Webb Edwin B. (C. T.), OU Tremont 
Weinstein Wolf (Pol. Jew), 55 Pied- 
mont 
Welch E. II. (11. C), Ilarr. ave. cor. 

Concord 
Welts E. M. P. (E.),3 7 Purchase 
White Chas. J. (Uv.), Eutaw. E. B. 



nut 



Lvnch Thomas (II. C.), 28 Chester 
Lyndon P. F. ( R. C), 932 Wash. 
Mallalieu W. 1\ (M. E.).5 Waverly 

place 
Manning E. A. (M. E.), 52 Dorchester 
Manning Jacob M. (C. T.), 9 Boylston 

place 
McDonald W. (M. E.), 12 Eaton 
McFcely Bernard (R. C). 4 Allen 
McKay "John (M. E.),8 Scars pi. 
McGrath C. (R. C). East Boston 
McShane John (R. C), 73 Purchase 
Miner Alonzo A. (Uv.), 52 Green 
Moran Michael (II. C.), 932 W'ash. 
Morgan Henry (M.), 9 Groton 



[Park | Williams John J. (11. C), 932 Wash. 



Williams Pell. am (E.), 23 Warren 
Winklev Sam'l II. (C. U.), 5 Chambers 
Winslow E/.raD. (M. E.),41 Saratoga 
Worcester Thomas (Swed.), 9 Louis- 
burg sq. 

Cloaks and Mantillas. 

Clough & Prescott, 3G Hanover 
| Collins S. A. 6 Winter 
| Gushing & Ames. 128 Hanover 
. Gavett & Ferguson, 8 Temple place 
I Gillis \V. K.& i'o. 237 Washington 
' Graham J. 507 Washington 
! Hall T. A. 258 Washington 
J Hall, Dame, & Bullock, 153 Dcv. 



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413 



Ide & Springer Bros. 35 Winter 
Pierce <S: Libby, 122 Hanover 
ROR ABACK J. S. 19 Temple place 
Stevens John J. 282 Washington 

Clocks. 
Benls J. J. & Co., Ilayraarket sq. 
Bradley B. & Co. 149 Hanover 
CONVERSE & CRANK, 130 Wash. 
Davis 1). P. 106 Water 
Eureka Manuf. Co. 106 Washington 
Harwood Bros. 20 Bromfield 
Howard Watch & Clock Co. 114 Tre't 
Pratt 1). & Sons, 49 Union 
Southwieh A. W. 115| Washington 
Smith S. G. 29 Exchange 
Stevens G. M. & Co. 52 Sudbury 
Warner A. & II. A. Ill Court 
Weston James & Son, 26 Tyler 

Clock Makers and. Repairers. 

Edmands & Ilamblett, 30 & 40 Han- 
over (electro magnetic) 
Howard Watch & Clock Co. 114 Tre't. 
Weston James <$c Son, 23 Tyler 

Cloth Finishers. 

Birkniaicr J. J. & Flint, Gr> Congress 
Crohn L. & Howard, 9 Hawley 

Cloth Printers. 
Birkmaier J. J. & Flint, 65 Congress 
Crohn L. & Howard, 9 Hawley 
Locke Win. II. 4 Otis 

Clothes Cleaners. 
Albee J. A. 90 Friend 
Alexander Henry, 16 Brattle 
Alexander J. 7 City Hall ave. 
Baylor J. H. 303 Tremont 
Churchill Joseph, 14 Wilson lane 
Elias J. 23 Portland 
Johnson & Ripley, 50 Eliot 
Johnson Richmond, 5 Hotel Pelham 
Peyser Simon, 799 Wash. 
Pritlow James, 3u| Eliot 
Rosengarten 1). II. 3 Lowell place 
Smith Henry, 7 City Hall ave. 
Thompson J. V. 9 City I bill ave. 
Weeden Henry, 10 Franklin ave. 
Williams Robert, 12 Spring lane 

Clothes Dryers. 
Coolidge George, 3 Milk 
HASKELL WM. O. & SON, 34 

Canal 
SMITH, FELLOWS, & CO. G3 

Blackstone (see adv. page 679) 

Clothes Wringers. 
Conlidire George, 3 Milk 



Moulton Oilman, 1 13 Court 
Shei man < )< in. 63 Beverly 
Weed Otis II. & Co. 31 Brattle 
Young & Co. 12 Elm 

Clothing Stores, 
(Seeulso Tailors and Drapers.) 
Abrams Louis, 712 Washington 
Adam- Ge< rgc T. 167 Hanover 
Adams Isaac, 2 1 North 
Adamson L. X. 104 Merrimac 
Alien Bcnj. F. l" Faneuil Hall square 
Allen It. i'». v\ Co. 256 Wash, (boy-) 
Andre Charles, Commercial, corner 

E. ave. and 40 Prince 
BEAN X, J. 2;; North 
Belt Mary A. Mrs. 313 Broadway 
Bennett S. V. & Co 14 Dock square 
Bliss. Whiting, Pierce, & McKenna, 

1«; Franklin (wholesale) 
Bock Jacob, 51 L'nion 
Boies & Trut'ant, 292 Commercial 
BOISE L. I). & CO. 154 Wash. 
Bolton Charles, 312 Hanover 
Bornstein Ilenrv, 2 & 4 North 
BORNSTEIN i. L. Ml Hanover and 

75 Union 
Bornstein J. L. 60 North 
Bowman Henry, 512 Washington 
Burbank Geo. & Co. 30 Washington 
Butler Altbrd, LSI Washington 
Bvrnes & West, 12 Washington 
Carnes Rollin II. N. 19 Han. (boys') 
CARXLS G. W. 43 & 45 Summer 

(boys', see adv. page 603) 
Chamberlin & Currier, 138 Devon- 
shire (wholesale) 
Char.' 11. B. -17 Leverett 
CLAPP C. M. ,S: CO. (rubber and oil, 

see adv. page 701), 37 Milk 
Comer Joseph. 10 Washington 
Connor C. A. 710 Federal 
Corthell, Noyes, & Co. 9 & 40 Wash. 
Crosby Anthony, 2G6 Hanover 
j Curtis John. »i North 
i Dawes C. - s - 171 Commercial 
I Eager P. B. 1<>1 Fulton (oil clothing) 
! Eaton Kzra's Son, 182 Commercial 
; Baton Ezra O. 25 7 North 
i Laos A. 4 2 Richmond 

Fenuo Geo. A. & Co. 19 Dock square 
I (boys) 

1'LXXi ) ISAAC & CO. CG Franklin 
1 Kowle II. 24 Washington 
FREELANDC.W., BEARD, & CO. 

152 I levonshirc (wholesale) 
! Freeman, Carev, & Co. 155 Wash. 
Gillis W. K. \'C». 237 Wash. « 



Goddard, Smith. & Atwood, 62 Sum 
mer. corm r Arch 
3 WRINGER | Greenwood A. 83 Union 

113 Gritlin Nros. v\ ( o., Qmncy Hall 

! Gritlin Lbi-ne/er, 58 Richmond 



CO., T. J. Alexander, agent, 

Court (see adv; page G42) 
Haley, Morse, * Bovden, 407 Wash. Hamilton Nathatue H North square 
Hood Geo. H. agent, 9 7 Water I Hard Charles, 134 Broad 



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Cloth in fj Stores — continued. 
Harris Henrv, 26 7 North 
Hodgdon J).*M. & Co. 15 Otis 
Hodgdon J. A. & Co. 15 Otis 
Hollander Maria T.482 Wash, (boys') 
Holmea A. 1 Central place (boys') 
Holmes M. R. 5 Commercial 
Hunting Joseph, 256 Commercial 
Ileyneman Bros. 688 Washington 
Jackman & Merrill, 12 Dock square 
Johnson J. C. & Co. 90 Devonshire 

(wholesale) 
Jordan, Clark, & Co. 69 Summer 
Keating. Lane, & Co. 81 Franklin 
Keilev John T. & Co. 121 Wash. 
Kenney P. & Co. 20 North 
Knowles & Leland, 104 Devonshire 
Lane G. FI. & Co. 31 Dock square 

and 45 Milk (wholesale) 
Lebre .lit R. & Co. 112 Union 
JLevi R. 118 Essex 
Linscott John, 28 Commercial 
Lombard II. S. 52 Clinton 
Love-joy Charles J. 1 North 
Lovejoy & Berry, 226 Commercial 
Lovejoy W. R. & Co. 74 Franklin 
Maciillar, Williams, & Parker, 194 

Washington 
.Mansfield S. A. Mrs. 247 Wash. (boys') 
'Marshall C. S. 3 N. Market 
Martin David, 298 Federal 
Matheson M. 11 Fleet 
Mayo Noah, jr. 250 Hanover 
MaeQuarrie & Chisholm, 380 North 
Merrill & Co. 80 Federal 
Miller & White, 20 Elm 
Miner, Real, & Co. 11 Otis 
Monnoy S. 173 Hanover 
Mooncv Wm. 140 Broad 
MOIWK LEOPOLD c<v CO. 29 and 

30 Dock square (see adv. page 607) 
Moses Henry, 219 Hanover 
Murphy Jeremiah, 351 Federal 
Nelson B. 80 Merrimac 
Noonan & Connollv, 12 North 
Norton t\ M. 136 Broad 
Palmer J. B. & Co. 91 Devonshire 
Pearson H. A. 24 Tremont (boys') 
PhillijM & Morse, 60 Milk 
PKAUER & BOCK, 133 and 135 

Hanover and 68 Union 
Proctor X. B. & A. E. 206 Comm'l. 
Itaphel A. 10 North 
Read J. W. 300 Washington (boys') 
Ratshesky Asher, 235 Hanover 
Rhodes -x Ripley, 51 Summer 
Richards George II. 23 Duck square 
Rogers Charles II. 183 Hanover 
Ryder, Crocker, ,x Co. 536 Wash. 
Sayer Jas. F. & Co. 68 Congress (oil'd) 
Saver Win. II. & Co. 68 Congress 
Seibcr Solomon, 281 Hanover 
Simmons George W. & Co. 34 North 
Simon Albert, 374 Hanover 
Sparrow Linuel, 208 Commercial 



Spitz M. & Son, 279 Hanover 

Stone J. 10 Salem 

Stiles, Edmunds, & Co. 32 Milk 

Stuart & Co. 2 Union 

Summerfield M. 124 Kneeland* 

Thompson J. Andrew & Co. 2 1 and 25 
Dock square 

THWING & COLLINS, 140 Wash. 
(see adv. page 6 14 ) 

Toppan F. L. & Co., Union, corner 

Blackstone 
I Vandam Moses, 290 Federal 
I Vorenburg Israel, 37o Hanover 

Wadsworth P. <S; Co. 95 Devonshire 

Walker Bros. 33 Exchange 

"Warshauer E. 26 North 

Warshauer S. 60 Merrimac 
| Welch E. C ex Co. 4 Lewis, E. B. 

Whitebone A. & S. 75 Eliot 

Whittemore S. D. 34 Washington 

Whitten, Burdett, & Young, 79 Frank- 
lin and 130 Devonshire (wholesale) 

Wilmot M. 34 7 Hanover 

Wilmot, Thomas, & Co. 115 Wash. 

Wingersky L. 422 Hanover 

Wingersky Samuel, 388 Hanover 

Woli' Maurice, 24 7 Hanover 

Clothing. (Second-Hand.) 

Aaronson Aaron, 45 Salem 

Abrams Isaac, 27 Salem 

Andre Charles, 40 Prince 

Barin Joseph, 340 Hanover 

Barnoot Jacob Mrs. 66 Portland 

Bennett L. 120 Essex 

Boise Robert, 15 Salem 

Borkusky C. 34 Salem 

Breen II. 96 Broadway 

Brooks Joseph, 136 Essex 

Brown Wm. W. 142± Leverett 

Clark Jonas W. 18 Brattle [hill 

Coburn J. P. 20 Brattle and 59 Corn- 

Collat Henry, 58 Merrimac 

Cohn Herman, 66 Salem 

Connell J. 20 Second 

Cook Alexander, 213 Hanover 

Copeland S. 98 Blackstone 

De Shields Benjamin. Uh Brattle 

De Young Benjamin, 38 Eliot 

De Young II. 244 Harrison avenue 

De Young Simon, 162 Harrison are. 

De Young S. 141 Dover 

Donovan Timothy, 30 Brattle 

Elias J. 23 Portland 

Fisher Louis, 83 Cambridge 

| Frank Isaac, 155 Cambridge 
Friedlander A. 112 Essex 

! Gilrein Michael, 31 Salem 

| Goldsmidt G. 132.4 Essex 

; Green L. 1223 Washington 

! ( J re en wood S. 4 7 Salem 

; Hamelbnrg J., Broadway, corner A 

I Ilamelburg Lewis, 186 Harrison ave. 

I Hart Benjamin, 72 Cambr. (women"-) 

I Holtz M/lol Kneeland 



CLOTHING — COAL DEALERS. 



41 



Isaacson J. 75 Salem 
Jacobs S. 70 Albany 
Johnson J. J. 22 Brattle 
Kantorowic J. 60 Salem 

Kennedy Ellen, G!) Salem 
Keyser Lewis, 8 7 Pleasant 
Lamb L. 133 Dover 
Lamb L. S. & J. L. 70G Federal 
Latz Morris, 91) Cambridge 
LeviB. 122 Essex 
Levi B. & Co. 78 Cambridge 
Levi Maurice, 114 Essex 
Levi It. 118 Essex, and 14 Salem 
Levi Simon, 227 Hanover 
Levi \V. 50 Salem 
Levy II. 42 Salem 
Levy Samuel,* GG Salem and 49 Cross 
Lewis S. II. 40 Brattle 
Mack & Buitekan, 780 Federal 
Maloy Edward, 122 Merrimac 
Mendelsohn S. 79 South 
Mundrucu Theo. M. C. 32 Brattle 
Nordenshield F. 7G5 Washington 
O'Brien Edmond, 40 Eliot 
Paekerman J. 1 2G Essex 
Parris Isaac, 99 Essex 
Pitts Coffin G. 24 Brattle 
Power X. W. 122} Essex 
, Prager P. 15 Salem 
Ryan John, GO Portland 
Samelsohr Afdopf, 110 Cambridge 
Shienfeldt J. 209 Federal 
Seott James, Sudbury, under market 
Sculley Michael, 44 King ton 
Sloeum & Buitekan, 104 Essex 
Smith William, 43 7 Commercial 
Soloman Maurice, 138 Essex 
Springer J. 63 Salem 
Stanley Thomas, 3'J Portland 
St. Anna F. W., Moon, c. Fleet 
Sugarman & Wener, 4 Kneeland 
Sullivan J* 29 Kingston 
Vandam Moses, 315 Federal 
Van Buren Sophia, 155 Dover 
Victorson I. G8 Salem, 
Walker Joseph T. odh Salem 
Warshuer J. 157 Cambridge 
White S. 61 Cambridge 
Wolf Augusta, 307 Hanover 

Cloths and Woollen Goods. 
(Importers and Jobbers.) 
Allen E. & Co. 3G Franklin 
Allen, Lane, & Co. 43 Franklin 
Barnes, Merriam, & Co. 7 7 Franklin, 

and 102 Devonshire 
Beals, Jewett, & Bush, 94 Summer, 

and 190 Devonshire 
Bean James M. & Co. 3 Otis 
Blake 6c Stearns. 62 Franklin 
BOWMAN II. & CO. 79 Milk 



Curry & Co. 55 Milk and 7! 1). 
Dresser, Stevens, & Co. 70 Franklin 
Dwinel, I-Yrn.iU. & Co. 11 Arch 
Erej.-r, Bartlett, & Co. :>s Devonshire 
GILBERT, LOVE JOY, fc CO. 79 

Summer 
Hill, Danforth, & Co. 57 Milk 
I Hodgdon J. A. ,\ Co. 15 Otis and 28 

Arch 
Horswell, Kin-lev, & French, 37 

Franklin 
j James, Lovett, & Stedman, 35 Milk 
i Jordan, Tra.sk, <x Presby, Summer, c. 
Chauney 
Kendall, Bridghara, & Barrows. 9 

Franklin 
Lawrie, Blood, & Hammond. G4 Sum. 
MARSH, TALBOT, & W1L- 

MARTH, G7 Franklin 
Parsons lx Blanehard, loo Devon-hire 
Richardson, Bird. & Co. G4 Franklin 
Richardson, Smith, .S: Co. 7 Otis 
Sailbrd, Nut.-. \ Wilson, 14 Milk 
Smith Bros. \ Gay, 15 Arch 
Todd, Perkins, & Co. GO Federal 
Tufts E. O. ,\ Co. 45 Franklin 
Tun ill, Mason, & Co. 104 Summer 
Wilkinson, Lamb, & Co. 53 aud 55 
Franklin 

Coaching. 
Cheney, Averill Co. 80 Portland 
Coal Dealers. 
( Wholesale.) 
Audenreid Lewis ,8c Co. 14 Kilby 
I Audenreid, Norton, & Co. 134 State 
BAKER DANIEL, 130 Commercial 
BL&KISTON, GRAEF, & CO. 12 
; Kilby 

i Borda. Keller, & Nutting, 30 Kilbv 
jBOBEOWSC ALE JOHN .\ CO. 

41 Kilby 
| Bryant Nathaniel II. 2 Broad 
j Busteed Ceo. W. 21 Commercial 
] Caldwell J.I. 3 70 Federal 
Castner, Stieknev, & Wellington, 15 
! Kilbv 
j CLARK .v LEATIIERBEE, Lehigh, 

opp. Way 
I Day, Huddell, vV Co. 7 Doane- 
I Furbusli Stephen F. Boston wharf 
; Hacker W. A. 27 Doane 
i Hall. Caldwell, & Co. 144 State 
| Howard J. E. 12 Kilby 
Hunter \\ in. jr. \ Co. 21 Doane 
Marvell Win." D. 25 Doane 
I Mitchell James II. 92 Slate 
i Nevers Benjamin M. 3 Commercial 
j N'-\ in < »• P. 7 Do LUC 

( Idi true F. II. (jrranite) 146 Broad 
I Paijre C- E. 41 Kilby 
BURRAGE BROS. & CO. 35 Frank. Kathburn, Stearns, v\ Co. 35 Cong. 
BURRAGE J. C. & CO. 3 Winthrop Sawyer Edwin R. & Co. 42 Kilby 
square I Suelling Howard ,\ Co. 33 Congres 

Clement Cvrus & Co. 11 Milk 



Sower J. K. 126 State 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Coal Dealers — continued. 
THWING S. C. & CO. 7 7 State 
Tyler & To. ID Doane 
Van Dusen, Lochman, & Co. 5 Doane 
Vaughan B. 4 2 [ndia 
Wallace & Moody, 11 Doane 
Wanneinacher <S: Co. 36 Kilbv 
Weld & Nagle, 13 Kilbv 
WHITTJER A. II 12 State (see 

adv. page Go;?) 
WING ATE WM. A. 198 Broad (see 

adv. p. 7 7<i) 
WINSLOW GEO. M. & CO. 99 State 
WITHERELL 0. 1). 9.3 State (see, 

adv. page 602) 

Coal Mining Companies. 

Boston & Bridgeport Coal Mining Co., 
F. Beck, treas. 58 City Exchange 

Boston & La k a wan a Coal Co., VV. 
I). Briggs, treas. 1 7 State 

Boston & Mahanoy Coal- Co., W. D. 
Briggs, treas. 17 State 

Butler Coal Mining Co. D. L. Dem- 
mon, treas. 134 State 

Caledonia Coal Mining Co., J. II. 
Converse treas. 39 State 

Cape Breton Coal Co., F. W. Pelton, 
treas. IG Phenix building 

Consolidation Coal Co., Md., Wm. D. 
Marvell. agent, 25 Doane 

Delaware vS: Hudson Canal Co., Rob- 
ert Souther, agent, 86 State 

Ernbletpn Coal Mining Co., Albert 
Case, treas. 7 Phenix building 

GHbertpn Coal Co., G. L. Hunt- 
ington, treas. 80 State 

Glenville Coal Co., G. L. Hunt- 
ington, treas. 80 State 

Hampshire & Baltimore Coal Co., 



Potomac Coal Mining Co. A. Ballard, 

treas. 18 ( !ity Exchange 
Powelton Coal & iron Co., I' 

Hare Powell, pros. 17 Doane 
Princess Alexandria Coal Co., H. L. 

Hazclton, treas. 1 Joy's bid. 
Richmond Coal Mining Co., David 

Fairbanks, treas. 20 State 
Roaring Brook Coal Co., W. D. 

Briggs, treas. 1 7 State 
Short .Mountain Coal Co., Chas. II. 
I H. Cook, treas. 27 City Exchange 
[ St. Clair Coal Co., G.C.Stearns, 

treas. 19 Doane 
Suffolk Coal Co., T. II. Bacon, treas. 

22 Congress 
Summit Branch R. R.,Co., Win. B. 

Fowle, treas. City Exchange 

Coal Sifters. 

Hildreth II. A. 30 N. Market 
Wadman W. 15. 1011 and 1013 Wash. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Abbott J. & Co. 3 70 Charles 
Adams W. II. 11 Water, agent 
Aigan John, 1 Indiana 
Arnold Geo. 12 Devonshire 
Baldwin & Tileston, 183 Cambridge 
I Barry Jot-ham & Co. 42 Kilbv 
J Batchelder Bros. 356 Federal and 

19 Doane 
Batchelder II. L. & Co. 51 Harrison 

avenue 
Bearse Owen & Co. 250 Federal 
Bell Jobn, 266 Causeway 
! Benson F. A. 36 Kilby " 
(Blossom II. C. rear 130 Cambridge 
j Bosworth & Hamlin, 256 Federal 



Brigham Nahum, 444 Federal 
Stevenson &Peirson, acts. 48 Kilbv Bullaul Thomas & Co. 81 State 



Harleigh Coal Co., A. D. Lamson, 

treas. 70 State 
Henry (lay Coal Co., B. A. G. Ful- 
ler, treas. 25 Merchants Exchange 
Lawrence Coal Co., J. C. Alden, 

treas. 1 9 Doane 
Locust Dale Mining Co., Francis 

Jaques, 13 Exchange 
Mam. Vein Con. Coal Co.. A. B. Al- 

mon, treas. 43 City Exchange 
Manchester Coal Co., Ashael Clapp, 

treas. 5 Merchants row 
Mount Pleasant Coal Co., W. D. 

Briggs. treas. 17 State 
New Philadelphia Cod Mining Co., 

C. A. Lambard, treas. 61 State 
Newport Coal Co;. James W. Mer- 

riam. treas. 32 India wharf 
PENNSYLVANIA C A X N E L 
■ COAL AND RAILROAD CO.; 

J. Francis Tuckerman, treas. 42 
'Court 
Pine Knot Coal Co., II. W. Fuller, 

treas. 41 State 



BURNHAM C. 636 Federal (tanners 

bark and cedar posts) 
Calef A. D. 294 Harrison avenue 
CLARK & LEATIIERBEE, Le- 
high, op. Way 
Cobb E. VV., Albany, opp. Canton 
Con ley & Nickerson, First, n. F 
Cook & Jordan, 470 Harrison ave. 
Corey Augustus A. 6 Williams mar. 
Crafts & Ward, 610 Federal 
Crowell J. D. 1 28 Commercial 
Curtis Frederick. 250 Federal 
i CUSIIING PEREZ, C. near First 
j Drake Tisdale & Son. 240 Federal 
j Dunning Geo. C, Curve, near Harri- 
son avenue 
: Emerson John, 358 Federal 
■ Emery Wm. II. & S. L. 288 Federal 
Englc'y A. F. 106 Wa-hir.^ton 
Fernandez Francis, 128 Leverett 
Fitz & Winslow, 126 Cross 
! Fletcher R. 11 Charlcstown 
\ Forbush & Kelley, Granite, mar 
i First, and 1 1 Water 



COAL AND WOOD DEALERS — COLLAR MANUFACTURERS. 11 



French Moses, jr. 294 Harrison av. 

Froat A. 144 Merrimac 

Gibson X., Ferry wharf, E. B. 

Gove A. & Son, Weeks's wharf. Bor- 
der, near Central square, E. B. 

GREELt .JOHN, 80 West Cedar 

Hall Alfred A. 6G Church 

Hall L. ^ Co., Webster, c. Orleans 

Hammond & Foster, 482, it of llano. 

Hersey C, Lincoln's wharf 

Holmes Jacob R., Belcher's wharf. 
Central square, E. B. 

Humphrey J. II. rear 798 Wash. 

Huntley Wm. C. 83 Essex 

Keefe Wm. J. & G. II. 656 Federal 

Lincoln N., Lincoln's wharf 

'May H. A. 151 Washington 

McAbee N. S. & Co. 18 First 

Morse L. B., Northampton, corner 
Harrison avenue 

Nichols J. W. 100 Essex 

Oakman & Eldridge, 99 State 

Otis J. M. 11 Doane 

Penniman H. 203 Fourth 

Perkins & Parkinson, Haverhill, cor- 
ner Travers 

Phelps S. 84 Washington 

Piper Solomon & Co 238 Federal 

Prentice Theodore, 326 Broad 

Prentice W. II. & Sons, 326 Broad 

Prescott W. L. & C. J., Harrison av- 
enue, corner East Castle 

Prescott & Chapin, Liverpool wharf 

Robbies O. II. 306 Tremont 

Robbins S. 350 Broad 

Bobbins & Ons. 5 7 Sumner 

Roby D. & Co. 280 Causeway 

Smith Sabin M. 20 State 

Snelling Howard & Co. 33 Congress 

Stetson A. M. & Co., First, toot I 

Stevens Robert, 10 Bridge 

Sullivan Daniel 54 Suffolk 

Swinson W. 70 State 

Talbot Jesse, 37 Church 

Taylor Simeon P. 99 State and 
Clapp's wharf 

Tibbetts Wm. T. & J. 114 Dover 

Tirrell Jesse & Co. 304 Federal 

Trowbridge R. 29 Leverett 

Twitchell J. 119 Beach 

Vinal C. P. 354 Charles, ft. of Poplar 

Warren F. C. foot of Allen 

Wellington Brothers, 15 Kilby 

Whittemore A. A. Go West Cedar 

WHITTIER A. R. 12 State (see adv. 
page 603) 

Whittier Seth, 1007 Washington 

Williams J. M. W. 66 State'" 

Williams J. Q. A. 66 State 

WINGATE WM. A. 198 Broad (see 
adv. naire 770) 

WIXSLOW GEO. M. & CO. 228 
Causeway and 131 Cross 

Wiswell & Co. 252 Federal 



27 



lv 



WITIIERELL O. D. 95 State ( 

adv. page 602) 
Wood C. 15., Charles, cor. Leverett 
Wood \V. & Co. 131 Charles 
Wymin Wm., order box at Kidder, 

Peabody, & Co.'s, 1" Mate. 
Young ('. & Co. 115 Commercial and 

70 State 

Cocoa Butter. 

PRESTON JOHN, 1G2 State (see 
adv. page 601) 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 

Berry N. & Sons, 28 Central 

Carter, Mann. & Co. 43 Water 

Davis Noah \ Co. 63 Charlestown 

Dyer ,S: Co. 163 Milk 

Flint Brothers & Co. 50 & 52 Broad 

Fullarton J. 30 Broad 

Garfield Wm. II. 19 Harvard place. 

Glincs J. T. & N. 2 Hay market sq. 

Hayward & Co. 25 Haverhill 

HILL, DWINELL & CO., mill 16 

Beverly, \- oilice4 Libertv sq. 
Kimball (). G. x Co. 12 India 
NEWHALL II. B. 36 S. Market 
Richardson \ Lane, 7 Haverhill 
Russell & Fesscnden, 52 Chatham 
Standard Mills, J. E. E. G >ward, a L t. 

48 Chatham 
Stickncy ,v Poor, 4 Chatham row 
Tremont Coffee and Spice Mills, J. 

F. Gault, agent, -13 Way 

Coflin "Warehouses. 

Coolev William. 26 Eliot 
! COTTER JAMES, 132 Beach 
jEllard Daniel, ISO Federal 
; Farrell James, 169 Endicott 
i Jones Levis. 122 Court 

Lavery F. Mrs. 41 A 
| Marden David, 365 Hanover 

Peak J. fc Sm, 1 16 Friend 

Pierce J. W. 190 Federal 
; Smith Franklin \ Son. 251 Tremont 

Tinkfa im J. 20 Howard 

Cold Rolled Shafting. 

DEVEItEUX A. .P.& CO. 8 Central 
(see adv. page 624) 

Collar- Manufacturers. 

American Molded Collar Co. C. W. 

FmWhiil, trcas.96 Wash. 
r,01)WELL WM. & CO. 3Vinter 

(Hiu n, see adv. page 635) 
Gray's Patent, Hatch, Johnson, & ( >. 

5 Morton place 
New-England Model Collar Co. 131 

C< 
Noyes Chas. A. & Co. 58 Federal 

(-etura! a^ent-i paper) 
UNION PAPER COLLAR CO. 

S. S. Cray, treas. 96 Wash, 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Collar Manufact. — continued. 

UNIVERSAL PAPER COLLAR, 
Glazier, Marcan, & Co. agents 55 
Summer (see adv. page 616) 

Weil Chas. & Co. 48 Summer (paper) 

Collectors. 
ADAMS THOMAS, 53 School 
Boswell Jan&es O. 2 7 Cornhill 
Bowen Henry, 60 Dorchester 
Caverlv Charles, 23 State 
Clark L. C 113 Washington 
Dunbar J. 5 Court square 
Farr E. W. 12 Devonshire 
Fiske Francis, 7 Court avenue 
Fowles Thomas T. 81 Washington 
Harrington John C 10 North sq. 
HatstafW. M. 59 Court 
Kyle Winslow S. 9 State 
Latham Marcas, 9 La Grange 
Martin D. A. 47 Congress 
May John, 8 Court avenue 
McLellan C. W., Grand June. whf. 
Neale John B. 74 Washington 
Proctor Geo. B. 15 Congress 
Rich Ed. R. 319 Broadway 
Shaw J. II. 763 Federal 
SilsbvJ. P. 13 Court square 
STRATTON T. WILSON, 23 

State (see adv. page 642) 
Thompson George. 76 Tremont 
Vialle Stephen. 185 Salem 
Winnett Jason & Co. 9 State 

Collecting Agencies. 
TODD PAUL P. & CO. 17 State 

(see adv. page 614) 

Color Manufacturers. 
Banker & Carpenter,, 107 State 
Wood's Henry Shi & Co. 45 Broad 

Comb Makers. 
Gray Thomas A. 332 Washington 
Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
Josselyn E. K. 130 Washington 
Commercial Brokers. 
Arey W. 11. & Holway, 57 Wash. 
Brockway E. F. & Co. 81 Wash. 
Conant L. S. 21 Commercial 
Dimon k Crowell, 90 Wash. 
Dodge II. X. 176 Commercial 
Dorsey & Robinson, 6 School 
Edwards & Sears, 22 School 
Gerry k Co. 90 Washington 
GOODXGW \\ B. 5 Wash, (see 

adv. page 626) 
Haven & Fitrh, 6 Tremont 
IDF & WILDER. 7 Tremont row 
Locke & Co. 81 Washington 
Mayo ILL & Co 49 Tremont 
Naylor St Wing, 140 Court 
Niles & Cobb. 431 City Lxehange 
Niles J. S. & Co. 19 Tremont row 
Otis & Bacon, 90 Washington 
Patch S. & Co. 21 Scollav's build* 



Read & Co. 72 Friend 
Riblett & Frail, 50 School 
Ilichey & Shaw, 49 Washington 
Stevenson II. & Co. 122 Wash. 
Thaxter & Wilson, 46 Sehool 
Tucker J. P. 2 7 State 
Wilson, Bannister, & Stevens, 7 Scol- 
lays building 

Commercial Colleges. 

[See l><irjo 4 24.) 

Commission Merchants. 

Abbott G. W. k Co. 21 Central whf. 
Adams C. P. & Co. 29 Commercial 
Adams C. W. & Co. 7 Doane 
Adams Edwin F. 2 7 Central wharf 
Alden & Edmands, 23 India 
Allen D. & Co. 149 Blackstone 
Andrews Chas. L. 1 Central wharf 
Archibald G. F. 36 Kilby 
Atherton, Hughes, fcc Co. 21 Lewis whf. 
Avery H. N. 40 North Market 
Aver & Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Babcock John B. 179 Washington 
Bailey Chas. H. (firm Lewis. Bailey, <s; 

Co., Calcutta.) 51 Central whf[gress 
Bailey, Jenkins, & G.irrison, 16-4 Con- 
Baker & Morrill, 13 Commercial 
Banks Wm. 17 Centralwharf 
Barker B. G. 6c Co. 55 Congress [row 
Barnard Geo. M. cS: Co. 26 Merchants 
Barnard Jas. M. 26 Merehants row 
Barrett Geo. C. 13 Exchange 
Bartlett C. L. & Co. 16 Broad 
Bartlett, Smith, & Co. 56 Broad 
Bartlett Stephen, 4 Central wharf 
Bartlett, Swadkins, 6c Miller, 105 

Devonshire 
Bates George P. 27 India 
Bates Joshua C. 14 North Market 
Bayley J. 11. IS South .Market 
Bayley, Rollins, & Co. 86 State 
Belknap & Boynton, 1 Blackstone 
Benner E. & Co. 1 Commercial whf. 
Bent Israel, 2 India wharf 
Bent S. S. & Co. 146 Broad 
Billings J. M. & Co. 151 Devonshire 
Bingham O. A. & Co. 16 Federal 
Birchard E. A. & Co. 20 City wharf 
Blake John S. 19 Central wharf 
Blanchard II. & Co. Go Commercial 
Blanchard, Sherman. *Sc Co. 105 State 
Boggs C. D. & Co. 16o Broad 
Boole & Smith, 7;i Commercial 
Bouve & Robinson. 26 Exchange 
Bowker Joel, 198 Commercial 
BOYLE JAMES O. & CO. 21 India 

wharf (see adv. page G"o) [cial 

| Boynton N. & Co. 87 and 89 Comnier- 
Boynton W. IT. «Sc Co. 7 Central 
Brackett Jeffrey R. 40 State 
Brackett \ Co. 104 Summer 
Bradlee J. & Son. 138 Friend 
BRIGHAM & ROBINSON, 214 

State 



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410 



Brigham J. B. & Co. 38 Central 
Brooks Luke, 59 Broad 
Brooks S. B. 28 North Market 
Brown & Conant, 3 7 North Market 
Burgess Benj. & Sons, oj Merchants 

Exchange 
Burr Henry W. 71 Congress 
Bursley & King, 36 India 
Butmam F. C. 3S Central 
Byrnes W. B. 3 i Doane 
Cargill J. 14 Commercial 
Carleton Guy, G2 Kilby 
Carroll Arthur, 3G India 
Carruth & Sweetser, 25 Broad 
Chamberlin Bros. & Co. 117 Federal 
Chapin 31. H. & Co. 83 Devonshire 
Chase A. K. 102 Commercial 
Chatel M. 17 Franklin 
Cheney & Milliken, 4 Otis 
Chenery & Co. 19G State 
Child Dudley R. 19 Central 
Chipman Geo. W. & Co. 119 Milk 
Clap & Brother, 173 State 
Clark B. A. & Co. 5 Tremont row 
Clark B. C. & Co. G3 Commercial wkf. 
Cobb Samuel C. 4 7 Central wharf 
Coburn H. B. 29 Broad 
Coffin N. W. 19 Central 
Cook Wm. 8c Co. 14 Commercial 
Cotton & Haley, 70 State 
Craft TV. B. 37 Commercial 
Crockett Brothers, 43 Commercial 
Crossman & Aiken, 14 Arch 
Crowell P. & Sons, 70 Commercial 
Curtis, Bouve, & Co. 130 Stare 
Curtis & Co. 2 Pearl-street House 
Cashing, Porter, & Cades, 1G1 Milk 
Daland Bros. 11 Liberty square 
Dana Bros. 1 Central wharf 
Darling C. B. & Son, 129 State 
Davis Adolphus, 18 Central wharf 
Davis John, 158 Devonshire 
Davis & Dyer, 5 Blackstone 
Davis Timothy & Co. 29 Central whf. 
Delano J. K. i Co. 29 City wharf 
Delong & Seaman, 5 Central wharf 
Dennie James, 22G State 
Deshon James, 29 Central wharf 
Dewar Norman & Co. 21 Blackstone 
Dewey E. & Co. 213 State 
Dickinson C. B. & Co. 30 Water 
Dickinson D. L.. 132 Central 
Dodge Richard T. 17G Commercial 
Drake & Lenian, 15 India wharf 
Drew E. C. 29 City Exchange 
Dunbar E. M. vS; Co. 34 Central 
Dupee John", 3 Commercial 
DUKANT. DANIELS, & CO. (leath- 
er),! G3 Pearl 
Dyer E. C. 158 Devonshire 
Dyer S. N. jr. 44 Kilby 
Eaton, Cumings, & Co. 82 Long whf. 
Eckley A. A. 12 Central wharf 
Edgerlv James W. 115 South 



Edraanda James F. ^c Co. 172 State 

Edinond J. & Co. l '■> Liberty square 
EDSON & WING, 37 Pearl (see adv. 

pajje « i ^ ' » ) 
Eichberg ,\ Eller, i Central wharf 
Ellis 1'. i). & Co. il Federal 
Ellis George, <;•! Federal 
Ellis Warren & Son, 3 South Market 
Eustis & Libl>ey, 19 Commercial 
Faber & Pullen, 151 North 
Farlow John S. hi ( o. 38 India 
Farwell A. G. & Co. 8 Central whf 
Faxon Isaiah & Sun, 8 Channing 
Fearing, Hobbs, «.v ( o. 150 State 
FENNO & CIILLDS, 19 City wharf 

and 3 Commerce 
Ferris John, 1«» North Market 
Ferris & Gove, 26 South Market 
Fillebrown. Russell, & Co. 48 Long whf. 
Finotti G. M. & Co. 49 Central whf 
j Fisher & Co. L'3 Central wharf 
J Fishers & Chapin, 1 ( ommercc 
j Flagg, Going, & Co. 107 Milk 
j Flint, Peabody, & Co. 114 State 
| Flint Thomas"& Co. 29 Federal 
j Forbes J. M. & Co. '^u City Exchange 
Foster, Candler, fcc Co. 225 State 
FOSTER & TAYLOR, 115 Broad 

(foreign) 
Foster, Weeks, & Co. 142 Blackstone 
Fowle E. M. 28 India wharf 
Fowle G. M. & Co. 18 India wharf 
Francis Charles, 56 Summer 
Frazcr A. A. ,\ Co. 124 State (metals) 
Frederick Wm. C. 159 Milk 
Freeman, Smith, ^ Co. G7 Commerc'l 

wharf 
Gale Milton & Co. 258 & 2G0C ongress 
George B. F. 81 Milk 
Gill & Loot/. 2 7 Central wharf 
Giidclen v\ Williams. 11 State 
Goldsmith N. F. & Co. 74Central whf 
Gross Abiel, 235 State 
Gould, Williams, & Co. 10G Commerc'l 
Gove Calvin \ Co. 7 Fulton 
Cray Win. «\ Co. 5G Summer 
Greeley Joseph, 188 State 
Greeley & Walker, 44 India wharf 
Greenlciif James E. 27 Central win'. 
Grothusen J-.. A. 32 Central wharf 
HALE JAMES M. C0.6Blackst'e 
Hail .Mired B. 141 State 
Hall Jacob, 3;* Lewis wharf 
Hall John (r. & Co. 64 Chatham 
Hall John W. & H. A. 13 7 Federal 
Hall Samuel W. 3<s Fulton 
Hail \ Macomber, 114 Milk 
Hall & Myriek, lis Commercial 
Ilallowell'& ( oburn, 98 Federal 
Harding l'>V'^. K Co, 56 Summer 
Hardy Alphous v\ Co, 181 State 
Harris & Fhinney, 9 Central wharf 
Harris Horatio .v Co. 18 India 
Harris T. B. 22 North Market 



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Commission Merch. — con I in ui d. 
Haseltine J. E. 1 10 Water 
Haseltine W. B. ,V Co. 13 Foster's whf 
Haskins Wm. & Son, 129 State 
HATCH SAMUEL, 28 Water, cor 

Devonshire. 
HAWKS WM. 300 Commercial 
Hayrlen Wm.jr. 92 State 
Heathfield T. 1). 51 Commercial 
Henius P. 4-1 Federal 
Herscy Cornelius, 158 Canal 
Hicks & Hatbawav, 3 Commerce 
Hills ,<v Bros. 117 South 
Himnan & Co. 78 Commercial 
Hobbs F. & Co. 32 India 
Hodges & Richardson, 46 India whf. 
Hod-kins J. E. 81 Milk 
Hodgkinson & Goodwin, 27 Doane 
Holmes, Bates* & Nichols, 62 Broad 
Homer. Rex, <S: Tracy, 38 Summer 
Hooper S. T. 5 Central wharf 
Hot ten Wm. R. 20 India wharf 
Houghton, AVeeks, & Co. 100 Broad 
Howard Benjamin's Sons, 26 Kilby 
Howes & Seudder, 38 North Market 
Howlett Geo. C. 25 Central wharf 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Hunnewell J. W. & Co. 7 Commercial 

wharf 
Hunt H. W. ,\: Co. 16 Central wharf 
Ingraham David II. 91 Broad 
Jenkins Bro. & Chipman, 119 Milk 
Jennev Stephen, 46 India 
JOHNSON, HUNTER, & CO. 1 

Commercial wharf 
Joslyn, Chamberlin, & Co. 29 Cen- 
tral wharf 
KAAN GEORGE, 13 Central wharf 
Kemble & Hastings, 69 Commereial 
Kendall C. C. 40 Fulton 
Kendall If. A. 40 Fulton 
KENNEDY T. W. 50 Congress 
Kidder Frederic, 136 Milk 
Kidder J. G. 42 India 
Kingsley C. W. & Co. 2 Commerce 
Kinsman Win. II. & Co. 209 State 
Knight Joel & Co. 156 State 
Lamb Salem T. 9 Doane 
Lane Clias. & Co. 122 Congress 
Lan-j William, 111 Commereial 
Lang N; Delano, 24 India wharf 
Langley James II. <\ Co. 30 Kilby 
Lee, Croeker, & Co. 9 India 
Lee .fames W. X Co. 71 Congress 
LEEDS, ROBINSON, & CO. 75 and 

77 North, (see adv. p. 781) 
Letts Charles, 64 Federal 
Levin Jas. F. 23 Centra! wharf 
Lewis A. S. & W. G. 17 Rowe's 

wharf 
Lewis Daniel & Co. 9 Merchants row 
Lincoln J. M. 140 Commercial 
Lincoln Win. «.\ Co. 15 Central 
Under & Meyer, 17 India wharf 
Locke Jesse A. 46 Congress 



LOMBARD & CO. 13 Lewu wharf 

and 9 T wharf (see adv. p. til 7) 
Lord Hartley. 24 Merchant I 
Lord Henry C. 24 Merchants I. 

Lord, Stone, C S: Co. 8 Black 
Loring & Co. 34 India wharf 
Loring & Shute 30 Broad 
Lovell Wm. L. 37 Federal 
Low, Hersey, <S: Co. l7o Congr< 
Lowry M. & Co. 1"1 Devonshire 
Loud & Co. 3 Central wharf 
Lugrin, Delano, £c Co. 41 Summer 
Maeomber William. 2 Broad 
Maguire Jas. & Co. ~~> State 
Mann N. P. & Co. 220 State 
Manning, Howland, 6: Luce, 124 

Congress (wool) 
Manning J. E. 205 State 
Mauran Wm. A. 5 Chatham row 
Mavo, Tvler. Ilalev, & Co. 64 Com! 
McElroy J. W. 12Broad 
McGilvray D. F. & Co. 53 Tremont 
McLean Alphine, 14 Commereial 
MeNeal & Co. 48 North 
| Meader & Swain, 59 Broad 
i Means & Bell, 14 Broad 
Merrill George, 18 South Market 
Merritt Jerome, 13 Doane 
I Miles Charles E. & Co. 2 7 Comnier- 
! cial (wool) 

j Miller Bros. & Willis. 228 Broad 
I Mitchell James 11. 92 State 
| Mixer, Whitman. & Co. 44 Broad 
MOWRY W. B. 43 Commercial 
Mudge E. R., Sawyer, & Co. 5 7 Sum- 
mer 
Nash Wm. W. 80 Commercial 
Nazro Brothers. 5 Chatham row 
Nazro C. C». 5 Chatham row 
Nazro. Parker, & Co. 105 Com'] 
Neal & Crowninshield, 6 Central 
Nevins & Co. 29 Milk 
Nelson & Schnitzer, 44 Broad 
Newcomb John J. 5 Commerce 
Norcross W. F. 136 Milk 
O'Donnell J. 162 Broad 
Osborn A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 
Osborne O. W. 28^ India 
Page & Brown 118~ Water 
Page, Richardson, & Co. 114 State 
Paine E. B. 81 Milk 
Paine Wm. R. ^e, Broad 
Palmer Daniel, 13 1 State 
Palmer Stevens G. 126 Miik 
Parker Mason (i. & Co. 16 Central 

wharf 
Pearson S. G. 15. & Co. 38 X. Market 
Peirce Silas F. 52 Commereial 
| Perkins W. E. :>7 Hanover 
! Perkins, Ford. & Co. 22 Broad 

Peters Edward D. & Co. 12 Centra 
| Philbrook Joseph P. 11 Shoe \ L 
| Piekerimr, Winslow, cS: Co. CM Si 
| Pinkhara J. S. & Co. 10 and IG Ai ••' 
I Pitcher, Fuller, & Co. 200 Coui'l 



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421 



Place S. M. 5 North Market 
Plurner v\ Co. 1 7 3 State 
Pollarl S. S. 7 Central 
Poor S. jr. 1!) Charlestown 
Potter & Demmon, 30 City wharf 
Preseott Harrison, 2.3 Central 
Prichard & Co. 7.3 State 
Priest Charles C. & Co. 144 Congress 
Priest John L. 1 1 Central wharf 
Prince & Co. Ill Commercial 
Proctor John C. 70 State 
Quincy Thos. D. & Co. 40 Com'* 
Raeder Henry, 3 Commercial 
Kind J. A. .S: Co. 142 Blackstone 
Reynolds W. B. & Co. 2u6 State 
Rice Wm. 2 Change avenue 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Rice & Thaxter, 218 State 
Rich Charles O. 105 State 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 State 
Richardson & (rile, 74 Blackstone 
Richardson & Otis, 15 Eowe's wharf 
Richmond, Evans, & Co. 20 Scollay's 

building 
Richmond & Pray, 225 State and 122 

Central 
Rideout CM Roberts, 127 State 
Rivers J. II. 105 State 
.Roberts II. B. 3 Doane 
"Robinson & Co. 38 Canal 
Rodocanachi J. M. 30 Central wharf 
Rogers George B. & Co. 19 Doane 
Rogers Gorham, 61 Kilby 
Ross M. D. 5 Liberty square 
Ryder <Sc Crawley, 127 State 
Saekrider & Kins, 15 Charlestown 
SANDERS M. 31. & CO. 71 Pearl 
Sawin (Sc Edwards, 15 Blackstone 
SCHXITZER JACOB, 33 Central 

wharf 
Schroeder A. F. C. 159 Milk 
Schumacher J. & Co. IS Custom-house 
. street 

Scott James & Co. 58 Federal 
Shudder Harvey 8c Co. 21 Commer- 
cial 
Scudder Horace & Co. 123 Commer- 
cial 
Seudder, Rojers, & Co. 71 Federal 
Sears E. & R. W. 104 State 
Seaver J. W. 182 State 
Shaw James M. 2 Broad 
Shaw John \V. & Co. 2 Broad 
Siders Charles & Co. 119 Commercial 
Siders Henry, 119 Commercial 
Skinner S. X. 83 Devonshire 
Smith Chas. & Co. 6 Central wharf 
Smith Oliver. 118 Commercial 
SXKLL J. II. & Co. 107 Milk 
Smelling S. G. 82 Milk 
Snow David, jr. & Co. 1 Commerce 
Snow H. L. »;."» llawley 
Snow J. v \; Co. 221 State 
S .per Robert, 125 Commercial 
Sprague, Soule, 8c Co. 10 T. wharf 



oprague & Tappan, 11 Central 
Spring ( lharles, -~ Commercial 
Stearns C. J. 94 EXi-f Is 

Stephenson Brothers fc Co. 12 Arch 
Stetson & Pratt, 2M 15 mad 
Stoddcr Charles, ::> Kilby 
Stone Charles II. l> \ ( 'ongress 

| Stone Sawyer S. HI Milk 
Sturges 11. C. v\ Co. 122 Commi rcial 
Sturtevant J. D. ."> ( 'omineree 
Surette Louis A. G2 Commercial 
Swazev & Warner, ."> Kilbv 
SWETT& XASOX. 96 Wash. 
Tarr Daniel B. & Co. 90 Commercial 
Tarr E. \V. 12 Devonshire 
Taylor C. L. *s. Co. 39 Lewis wharf 
Taylor F. C. & Co. E>G Commercial 
Thacher II. C. & Co. 13 Central wf. 
Thayer, Brigham, & I '<> 32 India 
Thayer Daniel, 32 North Market 
Thompson E. 2i> ( 'entral 
Thrall Henry, .> Federal 
ThwiiiLT [brothers, 11 Central wharf 
THWIXG S.C. & CO. 77 S 
Tileston F. G. & Co. 74 Franklin 
Tilton Stephen .v Co. lo Central wf. 
Tinkham F. J. & Co. 43 Commercial 
Tisdale, Wilde, & Co. 101 Commercial 
Todd F. A. 58 Federal 
Tolman Gilbert A. 11!) Pearl 
Tony, lid- h, & Van Praag, 127 Com- 
mercial 
Townsend & Co. .'>'> Central 
Tobey II. L\ 23 Broad 
Townsend 1. P. is. Co. :: Commercial 
Townsend & Y'ale. 14!' Devonshire 
Towne & Washburn, 182 State 
Train Enoch, s t Water 
Tripp Frank, 70*Milk 
Tufts E. <>. \ Co. 45 Franklin 
Turner John 15. 13 Exchange 
Turner J. S. & E. II. 1 Commercial 

wharf 
Upham G. P. & Co. 20G State 
Utley & Boynton, 53 Commercial 
Vaujihan Benjamin, 42 India 
Vinal Quincy A. 14 Commercial 
Vose Brothers, 21" State 
Waite A. L. & Co. 90 Blackstone 
WAKEFIELD C. 3G Canal and 131 
Friend 

! Wakefield & Gould, 8 Arch 

j Walker F. II. & Co. 32 South Market 

1 Wannenmcher .v Co. ;n; Kilby 
Ward. Carroll, & Co. 3G India 
Ward Charles T. lo;! State 
Warden W. I., & Co. 2G Central 
Ware John S. I North Market 
Warner U. F. 169 Milk 
Webster F. !'. S4 Washington 
Welch K. Baker. 180 Devonshire 

! Weld Aaron & Sons, 193 State 

| Weld J. <i. 13 Kilby 

j Weltch S. & Co. 12'J Srate 

i Welton W. jr. 81 Milk 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Commission ]\ferrh. — continued. 
Wesolowski M. & Co. 125 Broad 
Wheeler J. P. jr. 31 Commercial 
Wheelwright John W. & Co. 72 Fed- 
eral 
White & Howe, 19 Doane 
Whitmore C. O. & Sons, 1 Central 

wharf 
Whittemore Ceo. & Co. 218 State 
Wilbur & Bryant, 1»J Clinton 
Wilkin* F. A. 12 Arch 
Williams B. \V. 92 Washington 
Williams Klijah & Co. 208 State 
Williams George F. & Co. 16 Central 
Williams John <S: Co. 106 Commercial 
Williams & Tvler, 6 Commercial 
Wilson I?. F. '78 Water 
Wilson John L. 17 Rowe's wharf 
t Winslow W. II. & Co. 150 State 
Winsor Alfred & Son, 70 Long wharf 
Winter Roval, 58 Federal 
Wise & Russell, 213 State 
Wiswall Chas. E. & Co. 
WoodH. T. & Co. 228 State 
WOODMAN GEORGE, 159 Milk 
Woods, Fay, & Reed, 1.6 City wharf 
Young Darius, 29 Kilby 

Conchologist. 
Brewster Charles G. 16 Tremont 

Confectioners. ( Wholesale. ) 
Bradshaw Albert, 12 Hawley 
Fobcs D. k Co. 3 Brattle 
MARJORAM J. W. W. 65 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 622) 
SCHHAFFT W. F. 11 Elm (see adv. 

page 629) 
STAIIL WM. F. 2a Essex (see adv. 

page 77 t j 

Confectioners. 

(•Wholesale and Retail.) 
Belcher X. ^J Haverhill 
•Bird \ Co. 75 Court 
Blunt II. 1081 Washington 
CHAFFEE G. R. 254 Broadway 
Chiids \ Co. 6 Lewis, E. B. 
dowser E. M. 24 Causeway 
Coe John B. 2 70 Hanover 
Colton E. S. 7 72 Tremont 
♦Copeland C. ^7 Court & 4 Trem. row 
Copeland & Co. 212 Washington 
Dibolius Xancev, 201 Cambridge 
Dickey R. C. & Co. t Blaekstone 
Dooling James, 1 (, ;>7 Washington 
Duard Francis, 1211 Washington 
Feld Frederick, 83 Eliot 
FERA G. 423 Washington (see adv. 

pajre 618) 
Ferdinand Francis, 117 Broadway 
Fitch Charles E. 39 Green 
French G. L. 1167 Washington 
Grecly Noah, 45 Court 
Hamblin W. 1U9 7 Washington 



Haven Aimer, 11 School 

Heilge Charles F. 413 Washington 

Homer Joseph, 35 Eliot 

Jessop J. II. 8 and 10 Court square 

Laury Chas. H. 102 Cambridge 

Littig P. 693 Washington 

•MARJORAM J. W.W. 65 II 

hill (see adv. page 622) 
Mayer Mary Mrs. 9 Kneeland 
Metcalf H. 11 1 Broadway 
Mumler J. 4 Henry, E. B. 
Murdoch John, 10' Green 
Pepper J. W. 154 Hanover 
Roberts E. IT. 108 Broadway 
*SCHRAFFT W. F. 11 Elm (see 

adv. page 629) 
Seiberlich L. .'5 7 Union 
*Southmayd John K., Tremont, cor. 

Bromficld, and 14 Temple place 
♦STAIIL WM. F. 23 Essex (see adv. 

page 7 74 J 
Still John, 155 Broadwav 
Thomas Wm. C. & Co. 14 Marshall 
Toepfert Henry. 798 Washington 
Tomlinson II. G. 238 Hanover 
Tufts Wm. 737 Washington 
♦TUTTLE & CUTTER, 119 Tre- 
mont (see adv. p. 635) 
Vinton C. A. 284 Washington 
Vinton George W. 343 Washington 
Webster Albert, 235 Washington 
Wells Benj. F. 173 Court 
AVest Wm. 89 Hanover 
Wheeler James B. 545 Washington 
Wilkshire H. 794 Washington 
Williams John, 100 Endieott 
Wyatt Charles E. 98 Carver 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Carroll Benj. 319 Hanover 

Cineo Francis, 54 Fleet 

De Ferrara Angelo, 263 Hanover 

Giradine Louis, 131 North 

Hennessey D. C. 70 Suffolk 

Martin E. W. 143 Shawmut avenue 

Pemberton Thomas, 7 7 Canton 

Roberts J. M. 64 Salem 

Shepardson II. 25 Chapman 

Ward J. 3G2 Hanover 

Wentworth & Crowell, 45 W. Dedhara 

Wingate J. 200 Hanover 

Constables. 
William C. Allen. r><) Court 
William Andrews, house 68 Fourth 
Francis M. Adams, house 2 1 Rutland 
Phineas Bates, house 846 Wash 
Wm. W. Blake, house 2 Marble I I 
Samuel Brackett, house 21 Prospect 
Francis V. Bulfmeh, h. 24 La G 
Silas Carlton, house 42 I'itts 
Derastus Clapp, 6 Franklin avenue 
Lemuel Clark. 13 Court square 
Chase Cole, 42 Web ter, E. B. 
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423 



Liu- M. Cooledge, 17 State 

Daniel B- Curtis, City Hull 

James Curtis, 23 State 

Albert (r. Dawes, 13 Court square 

David M. R. Dow (Superior Court) 

A I van S. Drew, 7 Court avenue 

Win. E. Easterbrook, Court House 

Ephraiin \V. Farr, 12 Devonshire 

Geo. M. Feleh, house 37 Grove 

Thomas Folger, 

Eben F. Gay, City Hall 

Win. T. Gibbons, City Trcas. Office 

Luther A. Ham, Police Court 

Caleb Howe. jr. 

John C. Harrington, 10 North sq. 

Win. Hasting, 3 Osborn place 

Merrill S. Ilolway, 29 7 Hanover 

Zaccheus Holmes, P. 0., Station A 

Alexander Hopkins, City Hall 

John Huston, 8 Court avenue 

Frederick P. Ingalls, Police Court 

Edward J. Jones, 50 Bromfield 

Pliny D. Ladd, City Hall 

John T. Lawton, 59 Court 

Thos. J. Loud, Superior Court 

John C. Leighton, Police Court 

D. A. Martin, 4 7 Congress 
"Win. D. Martin, Court House 
Win. II. Mason, 13 Court square 

^ Michael McLaughlin, South, c. Beach 
Charles J. Merrill, 3G Washington 
Ilarum Merrill, Court House 
J. E. Munroe, 5 Court square 
Wm. Munroe, 5 Court square 
John B. Neale, 74 Washington 
Isaac F. Nelson, City Hall 
Henry Nichols, City Hall 
David Patterson, 12 Tremont 

E. S. Phelps 33 School, room 1G 
Joseph Pierce, City Hall 

Geo. B. Proctor, 15 Congress 
Edwin Rice, 14 Saratoga 
Edward G. Richardson, h. 19 Dover 
John C. Robinson, 3 Milton 
Edward Raymond, 30 Court square 
John W. Rose, 154 Fourth 
B. Royce, 13 Court square 
Charles Smith 

Thomas M. Smith, Supr. Crim. Court 
Asa Southworth, 5 Court square 
James E. Spear, 3 Richmond 
Oliver II. Spurr, City Hall 
Henry C. Stratton, Police Court 
Henry Taylor. Sup. Jud. Court 
Samuel S. Vialle, Police Court 
John C. Warren, at U. S. Court House 
James B. Weeks,. City Hall 
Wm. Whitwell, Supr. Court 
John Williams, 7 Court avenue 
John Wilson, 59 Court 
Thos. P. Wilson, City Hall 
Isaac Worsley, City Hall 
Consuls. 
Argentine Republic, David D. Stack- 
pole, 40 Stare, room 34 



Austrian Consul, J. Henry Gosaler, jr. 

31 India Wharf 
Belgian Consul, Ives G. Bates, 10S 

State 
Brazilian Consul, Archibald Foster, 

19 Doane 
Bremen and Bavarian Consul, John 

Schumacher, 18 Custom-house St. 
British Consul, Francis Lousada, 7 

Doane 
Chilian Consul. II. V. Ward, 39 Kilby 
Danish Vice-Consul, II. II. Ronne, 38 

India 
French Consul, M. Jules Etiennc Sou- 
chard, 7(j City Exchange, 10 Devon. 
Greek Consul, J. M. Rodacanachi, 30 

Central wharf 
Hamburg Consul, J. Henry Gossler, 

jr. 31 India wharf 
Hawaiian Islands, Henry A. Peirce, 

7 Commercial wharf 
Haytian Consul (acting), B. C. Clark, 

G3 Commercial wharf 
Italy and Pontifical States, Vice-Con- 
sul, Nicholas Reggio,31 Central whf. 
Lubec Consul, Henry C. Lauterbach, 

42 Federal 
Mecklenberg Consul Geo. Papen- 

diek, 05 Franklin 
Mexican Vice-Consul, C. L. Bartlett, 

16 Broad 
Netherlands Consul, Gjert Lootz, 

27 Central wharf 
Oldenburg Consul, Otto Cuntz, IS 

Custom-house street 
Peruvian Consul, W. B. Newbery, 34 

India wharf 
Portuguese Vice-Consul, Archibald 

Foster, 1 9 Doane [jr. 31 India whf. 
Prussian Consul, J. Henry Gossler, 
Russian Vice-Consul, Robt. B. Storer, 

4 7 India wharf [22 Congress 

Spanish Consul, Federico Granados, 
Swedish and Norwegian Vice-Consul, 

Gjert Lootz, 2 7 Central wharf 
Turkish Consul, Joseph Iasigi, 36 Cen- 
tral wharf [99 State 
Uruguayan Consul, Charles Soule,jr. 

Consulting Actuary. 

WRIGHT ELIZUR, 39 State 

Contractors for Buildings. 
(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 
Adams Edwin, 23 State 
Adams William, 41 Dover 
| Cram Daniel, 23 State 
'. Draper & Vaughan, 23 State (bridge 

and wharf) 
j Fitch Jonas, 3S3 Federal 
I Harmon I. & M. H. (supts.,) 17 Studio 

j building 

Rollins J. W. 31G Harrison avenue 
! Sperry LI. 23 State 
i Stone P. A. 171 Charles 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Contractors, etc. — continued. 
Wadleigh I). E. 23 State 
Wheeler Edward P. 33 Dwight 
Wheeler Joel, 33 Dwight 
Woodberry C'has. & Son, 23 Congress 

Commercial Colleges. 
BILL A. 1). 04 Tremont (sue adv. p. 

643) 
Bryant, Stratton, & Co. 32 Summer 
Comer's Com. Coll. 323 Washington 
Eaton Win. II., 283 Washing on 
French Charles, 460 Washington 
Spear .Is: Sawyer, 2 74 Washington 
Conveyancers. 

CLELAND WAI 84 Washington (see 

adv. p. 795) 
Kern & Fitch, 2 Court sq., Tudor bld'g 
Thompson Wm. V. 16 Seollay's bld'g 

Coopers. 
Abbot Benjamin. 22 Aledford 
Beek Lewis, Boston wharf 
Roman & Darrow, 138 Milk 
Breed & Dow, 32 Central wharf 
Brown Henry, 254 Broad 
Carlton J, K. 5 7 Sumner, E. B. 
Cate Samuel, 182 Commercial 
Close Emerv, 187V Broad 
CROWLEY JAMES K. 1 Chatham 
Daniels Wm. 78 Harrison avenue 
Elliott John, Orleans, n. E. Sumner 
Farquharson A. S., First, corner C 
Goddard E. W. 102 Richmond 
Gruber A. D. 2 Commercial 
11 ill & Wright, 43 Sumner, E. B. 
Hinckley F. 1> 4 Commercial 
Ilussey J. <x Co. south side Lewid whf. 
Jackson A. W. 236 Commercial 
Kelley E. A. 36 Haw ley 
Kelley Levi, 21 Batterymareh 
Kennedy Thomas C. lib' Commercial 
Lang & Delano, 24 India wharf 
Mills J. L. & Sou, 513 Commercial 
Morse & Co. LQ India wharf (shooks) 
Nickles James M. 7 T wharf 
Ober John P. 323 Commercial 
O'DonneJl M., Chelsea, E. B. 
Perkins Ezra J. 138 Commercial 
Phitbrick & Kurus, Granite 
PITMAN J. H. ■& CO. 23 Ferry 
Sanger Z. 17 Custom-house street 
Sawyer & Jackson, 200 Commercial 
Shields Win. "-'7-1 Commercial 
Twitch,-!! J. (flour bbls) 17 Cove 
Vannevar Alexander, 20(5 State 
VAX XOSTRAXD WILLIAM T. 

Eighth, cor. C. (see adv. p. 010) 
Verge & Co. 98 Broad 
Warren A. J. <\ Co. 302 Ci mmcreial 
Wells J. L.. Orleans, n. E. Sumner 
Wiggin T. B. >< Co. 3 [Uissey place 
Winsor J. B. & Co. 21 Eastern avc. 
Worthley & Anderson, 310 Commer- 
cial 



Cooperago Stock. 
Mills Bros. 8 India wharf 
Mills Jas. L. it N.U. 513 Commercial 

Copper Dealers. 

Foster & Roby, 180 Commercial [rial 
Hooper Henry \. & Co. 58 Commer- 
Revere Copper Co. J. Davis, 97 State 

Copper Mining Companies, 

(Having Offices in Boston.) 

Adams Mining Co., L. F. Burr, treas. 

11 Change avenue, 
Albany and BostonMining Co., Fred- 

•eriek Beek, treas. 58 City Ex. 
Algomah Copper Mining Co., L. W. 

Clarke, 23 City Exchange 
Allouez Mining Co., II. Bigelow, treas. 

GO City Exchange 
Alta California Mining Co., T. II. 

Bacon, treas. 22 Congress 
Arnold Mining Co., John Brooks. 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Aztec Alining Co., L. W. Clarke, 

treas. 23 City Exchange 
Bay State Alining Co., L. W. Clarke, 

treas. 23 City Exchange 
Boston Copper Co., II. W. Xclson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 
Boston & Lake Superior Mineral Land 

Co., 11. Bigelow, tr^'?.t. 60 City Ex. 
Brome Copper Co. Albert Case, treas. 

7 Phoenix building 
Chaudiere Copper Co., II. W. Nelson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 
Chester Copper Co., Albert Case, 

treas. 7 Phoenix building 
Concord Copper Mining Co.. Charles 

C.Evans, treas. 26 Kilby 
Copper Falls Alining Co., John Brooks, 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Copper Harbor Copper Co., F. Beck, 

treas. i)S City Exchange [28 Milk 
Daeotah Alining Co. transfer office, 
Dana Alining Co. John Leighton, 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Drayton Copper Co., 

treas. State 
Dudley Mining Co., V 

C/ity Exchange 
Dunham Copper Co 

treas. 7 Phoenix building 
Eagle River Mining Co., A. D. Lam 

son, treas, 70 State 
Franklin Alining Co., 

treas. 26 Kilby 
| Hancock Alining Co., 

treas. 2*1 Kilby 
1 Hanover Alining Co. 

treas. 26 Kilby 
! Highland Copper Co 

58 ( 'ity Exchange 
j Humboldt -Copper Co., John B 
I treas. 26 Kilby 



C. II. Foster, 

Beck, treas. 58 

Albert Case, 



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COSTUMICR- 



425 



Hungarian Copper Co., F. Beck, 

treas. 58 City Exchange 
Lyster Copper Co., II. W. Nelson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 
Madison Mining Co., F. Beck, treas. 

58 City Exchange 
Mesnard Mining Co., La. F. Burr, 

treas. 11 Change avenue 
National Mining Co., transfer oiliee, 

28 Milk 
Native Mining Co., Geo. 11. Hastings,! 

treas. 2 Change avenue 
New England Copper Co., A. L. Cun- 
ningham, treas. 2 Change avenue 
North Cliff Mining Co., transfer otfice, 

28 Milk 
North-western Mining Co., transfer 

office, 28 Milk 
Pethriek Mining Co., John Leighton, 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Pewabic Mining Co., C. Emery, treas. 

19 Central 
Phoenix Copper Co., W. E. Collin, 

treas. 103 State 
Pittsburg & Boston Mining Co., trans- 
fer office, La. F. Burr, treas. 11 ' 

Change avenue 
Pontiac Mining Co., L. F. Burr, treas. 
^. 11 Change avenue [70 State 

Salem Mining Co. A. I). Lamson, treas. 
South Pewabic Copper Mining Co., 

La. F. Burr, treas. 11 Change ave. , 
South Side Mining Co., II. W. Nel- 
son, treas. 24 City Exchange 
St. Clair Mining Co., A. D. Lamson, 

treas. 70 State 
St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Co., 

II. Bigelow, land agent, Ho City Ex. 
St. Mary's Copper Mining Co., F. 

Beck, treas. 58 City Exchange 
Star Copper Co., II. \V. Nelson, treas. 

24 City Exchange 
St. Louis Copper Co., F. Beck, treas. 

58 City Exchange 
Toltee Copper Mining Co., II. W. 

Nelson, treas. 2 1 City Exchange 
Tremont Copper Co., C. X. Howard, 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Washington Copper Co., F. Berk. 

treas. iJS City Exchange 
West Minnesota Mining Co., A. L. 

Cunningham, treas. 2 Change ave. 
Winthrop" Mining Co., II. W. Nelson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 

Coppersmiths. 
ALLEN SAMUEL II. 39 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 602) 
AYERS EDWARD, 2 Charleston 

and 6 Ilaymarket square (see adv. 

page 626)" 
Beal, Kendall, & Co. 65 Merrimac 
Coltmau Henry W. & Co., Marginal, 

head of Canard's wharf 
Davis & Hallberg, 36 7 Commercial 
28 



Dudley B. F. 72 Harrison avenue 
Foster & Roby, l7-< Commercial 
Havnes C. E. 751 Federal 
flicks ik Badger, 51 Pitta 
Hunneman ^\ ('<». '■>*> Union 
LITCHFIELD II. T., Lewis, E. B. 
L()KIN<; A. 15. ,\ S. II. 76 Harrison 

avenue (see adv. page 7 75) 
Sharp David, First, near Federal 
Strater II. \ Sons, 78- Sudbury 
Stuart Win. .J. <\ Co. <; 1 Second 
Tompkins I. S. & Son, 50 Union 
VANNEVAR E. B. .x CO. 5* Fulton 

Cordage. 
Boynton N. & Co. 87 Commercial 
IIINGIIAM CORDAGE CO., 

Whiton, Brother. & Co. 33 Com'l 
New Bedford Cordage Co., Fearing, 

Rodman, & Co. 170 State 
Nickerson Joseph & Co. 95 Com'l 
Plymouth Cordage Co. 70 State 
ROGERS, SNELLING,& CO. 99 and 

101 Broad 
Sewall, Day, & Co. 83 Commercial 

Cork Cutters. 
American Cork Co. 22 Beach 
Beeching K. & Co. 80 Blackstone 
Holmes B. 109 Blackstone 
McQuade II. 72 Sudbury 
Coroners. . 
(See page 60.) 
Corsets. 
ADAMS C. M. Mrs. 300 Washing- 

ton (see adv. pa«je 7 79) 
Belle Monte Skirt Co. 25 Federal 
Blood Sarah A. Mrs. 699 AVadiington 
BOSTON CORSET SKIRT "CO. 

17.' Court (see adv. front colored 

page) 
Brooks \ Morrill 10 Arch 
CLAP? \VM. 307 Washington 
Conant W. II. 3 7!' and 399 Washington 
Ford .1. G. 17 Temple place 
GLAZIER, MAKEAN, & CO. 55 

Summer (see adv. page 04G) 
Henius 1 >. 70 Water 
KIMBALL, LINDSAY, & CO. 1 and 

2 (Mi.- (see adv. page 7 75) 
Mason ^ Tucker, 160 Devonshire 
NelV W. J. Mrs. 17 Winter 
Perk, Ileaton, & Co. 156 Devonshire 
RORABACK J. S. 19 Temple place 
Rovre A. Mrs. 594 Washington 
Saunders I). 1». 8c Co. 96 Summer 
Sherman M. A. Mrs. 287 Wellington 
Voung James, 12 Hanover 

Corset Skirt Supporters. 
BOSTON CORSET SKIRT CO. 179 

('••art (see adv. front colored page) 
Costumors. 
Curtis & Woodbury, 32 Court 
Tuttle Mary B. •_' E Igerly place 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Cotton and Wool Wadding. 

BACON JOHN H. 1 Union, manuf. 
at Winchester (see adv. page 762) 

Cotton and Wool Waste. 

Bishop Robert & Co. 203 Broad 
Miller L. B. 105 Fulton 

Cotton Batting & Wadding. 

DUNHAM THOMAS H. 407 Har- 
rison avenue (see adv. page 780) 

Cotton Buyers. 

Amory Wm. jr. agent, 60 State 
Dewev S. W. & Co. 62 Kilby 
DOUR E. L. & Co. 46 Water and 47 

Congress 
Bwight D. A. & Co. 20 City Exchange 
JOHNSON GRANVILLE E. & CO. 

46 Water and 47 Congress 
Kettell E. H. & Co. 26 Devonshire 

Cotton Dealers. 

Beebe L. 9 Merchants row 
BEMIS & BROWN, 169 Milk 
Brooks J. N. 55 Kilby 
Burnham J. A. 82 Milk 



C! 



iberlin Bros. & Co. 117 Federal 



Dewey S.W. & Co. (brokers), 62 Kilby 
DORR E. L. & CO. 46 Water 
Drurv Otis, Grav's wharf 
Dunbar E. M. & Co. 34 Central 
DUNHAM THOMAS II. 407 Har- 
rison avenue (see adv. page 780) 
Emerson A. & Co. 324 Broad 
Freeman & Co. (broker), 50 Kilby 
GRAY GO R HAM & CO. 19 Lindall 
Grav & Co. (brokers), 27 Kiibv 
Hartshorn E. II. (broker), 93 Water 
Hobbs J. & Co. 55 Kilby & 88 Water 
Lawton George & Co. 215 Federal 
Maitony Charles E. 83 Devonshire 
Manning & Sears, 73 Kilby 
Mc Bride J. 1 Battervmarch 
McDavitt B. 59 Kilby 
Peirce ,\: Bacon, 84 Water 
IVrkin- Thos. jr. 44 Kilby 
Remick T. 316 Broad 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
SCO IT & DUNLAP, 12 Devonshire 
Scott Robert (broker), 75 Kilby 
Seaver Geo. (broker). 85 Water 
Seaver Geo. W. (broker). Ho Water 
Tileston Jas. C. (broker), 75 Kilbv 
Torrey & Welch, 38 Milk 
Walker & Bigelow (brokers), 79 Kilbv 
Wright & Baker, 11 Battervmarch 

Cotton-Gin Manufacturers. 

Bates, Hyde, & Co. 5 basement Phoenix 

building 
Carver E. Co., A. Hobarfc, jr. 10 State 
Southern Cotton Gin Co. 7 Liberty sq. 



Counsellors. 
(See Lawyer i.) 

Counting-room Furniture. 

Dodge T. E. 19 Harvard place 

Hughes John A. & Co. 151 Wash. 

LITTLEHALE & DRAKE, 9-H 
Utiea (see adv. page 7 73) 

MERRILL JOS. W. 4 Faneuil Hall 
square 

PATTERSON & LAVENDER, 43 
and 45 Cornhill (see adv. page 629) 

Smith Stephen & Co. 51 and 53 Corn- 
hill 

Cracker Machines. 

DENIO, ROBERTS, & CO., Cause- 
way, corner" Friend (see adv. inside 
back cover) 

WILSON J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 
Haverhill (see adv. page G31) 

Crockery. 

China, Glass, and Earthenware. 

Bancroft Joseph H. 121 Hanover 
Bassett, French, & Co. 151 Milk 
Briggs Richard, 137 Washington 
Briggs & Co. 22 and 24 Merchants 

row 
Caldwell Humphrey P. 100 Court 
Cash Susan W. 886 Washington 
Cash William E. 530 Washington 
CLARK, ADAMS, & CLARK, 156 

Congress 
COKMEEAIS HENRY & CO. 37 

Federal 
Clement E. L. 70 Tr-'mont (repr.) 
Croak Thomas, 43 Maverick square 
Curtis, Collamore, & Co. 121 Federal 
Dane Charles R. & Co. 1084 Wash. 
Day John F. 134 Essex 
Ellis George, 64 Federal 
Homer, Caldwell, & Co. 52 Cnion 
Kellcy E. 704 Washington 
Lauterbach H. C. 42 Federal 
Mason E. B. 33 Hanover 
MATTHEWS WILLIAM Jr. 583 

Wash, and 149 Milk 
McDonald Vincent, 41 Maverick f |. 
Mellen & Co. 16 and 18 .Merchants V. 
MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 

(glass, see adv. pa?e 620) 
Mullen M. 29 Prince 
Norcross Otis & Co. 23 South Market 
Pierce Sam'l B. Sons & Co. 4 7 Bro > J 
Pierce Wm. G. 19 Lindall 
Plympton Nathaniel, 141 Milk 
ROGERS ,\ CO. 105, 107, 109 F I- 

eral (see adv. page 643) 
Smith T. jr. 63 Union 
STEDMAN D. B. & CO. 80 Broad 
Wheeler A. B. & Co. 6L> Dr^^i 
Wiggin C. E. 151 Hanover 



CROQUET EQUIPMENTS — DENTISTS. 



427 



Croquot Equipments. i Inventors' Manufa< taring Co. (acist 

WOOD 6c CHESTER, 18 ^c 21 liar- 1 and shears) luti Wash. 
vard place manufacturers (see adv. Kraft F. 7 Sjirin-i lane 



page 644) 
Curled Hair Manufacturers. 
BAEDER & ADAM-SON, IS Black- 
stone (see adv. page 631) 
Capen J. <Sc Son, 128 Tyler 
Haskell A. L. & Son, 124 Hanover 
HOLMAN JOHN & CO. GO Union 

(see adv. page 619) 
MANNING, GLOVER, & CO. 102 

Hanover 
Wheeler A. W. & Co. 21 Union 
(dealers) 

Curriers. 
Bond & Tidd, 79 Pearl 
Broderick John. 130 Commercial 
Carroll F. 100 Merrimac 
Clark Edward, 741 Milk 
CUMMINGS E. & E. 135 Pearl 
Downing Theodore, 29 Ferry 
Duncan Robert, 113 Haverhill 
Farwell H. B. & Co. 128 and 130 Pea'l 
Filer H. & R. 36 Fulton 
Gill George, 55 Haverhill 
Graham Thomas, 121 Haverhill 
Guild Chester & Sons, 107 Milk 
Higgins II. M. 21 Ferry 
Higgins L. W. 1 7 Ferry 
Hills, Panto n, & Adams, GG Congress 
Jarvis & Murdock, 29 Haverhill 
Koen Miles, G3 Charlestown 
Maynard E. F. 145 Pearl 
McDonough Patrick F. 3 Eastern av. 
Mexal Andrew, 125 Haverhill 
Moulton 6c Upton, 121 Haverhill 
Payne 6c Garrety, 96 Milk 
Porter & Co. 130 Commercial 



iPITTSBUUCJ CUTLERY CO., L, 

P. HUN i',a_Mit. 139 and 141 Fed- 
eral (see adv. page 624) 

Smith Brothers, 152 Wash. 

STEARNS X. C. 12, 16, & 18 Brom- 
field (see adv. page 622) 

Wilson. Hawkesworth, Ellison, ,\: Co. 
45 Fulton 

Wortmann A. 526 Washington 

Daguerreotype Apparatus. 

DODGE. COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Washington (see adv. p. 6 05) 

Daguerreotypists. 
f See Photographists.) 
CLIFF OKI) D. A. 22 Winter 
HAZELTON B. C. 140 Wash. 
KING SAMUEL A. 11 Winter (see 

adv. page f>34) 
SEAVER CHANDLER, 27 Trem't 
row (see adv. page 644) 

Docalcomania Diaphanie & 
Materials. 

Springer L. R. 351 Washington 

Decorators. 
Beals William. 56 Pitts 
Kimball & Co. 464 Washington 
! Lamprell ,\ Marble, 35 7 Commercial 
| Rinn P. II. ,v Co. 20 Studio build" 
\ Roeth C. W., Hotel Pell.am 
J Turner II. A. 6c Co. 31 West 

! Demijohns, Bottles, & Flasks. 
I Barrett C. B. 45 North Market 



Carl, 98 Merrimac (calf FOSTER GEORGE W. 14 Black- 



Rand & 
skins) 

Reitenbach, Mink. & Co. 113 Ilaver'l 
Tidd William & Co. 12 Pearl 
Upton O. W. 124 Cross 
Waldmyer P. & Co. 100 North 
Walsh Michael, 63 Charlestown 
Warren Wm. 130 Commercial 
Webster & Co. 86 Milk 
Wilson .k Kerney, 136 Pearl 
Winn, Eaton, 6c Co. 71 Kilby 

Curriers* Findings. 
James Wm. (tables) 37 Richmond 
Noble & Brooks, 110 Milk 
Sawyer Warren. 65 Kilby 

Curtain Goods. 

(See Window Shades, §-c.) 

Cutlers. 

BATES D. C. & CO. 146 Washing- 
ton (see adv. page 604) 

BOGMAN & VINAL, 7 Dock sq. 
(dealers) 

Bradford M. L. & Co. 178 Wash. 



stone (see adv. page 788) 
Paige E. ,S: Co. 44 North Market 

Dentists. 

Adam? S. R. 8 Temple place 
Ayling Isaac, 554 Tremont 
Bacon II. W. 7 Tremont row 
Ball, Fitch, (Jc Co. 41 Tremont 
Bartlett Samuel P. 170 Tremont 
Bigelow .n. B.-ll, 75 Summer 
Blake E. 16 Eliot 
Blanchard K. R. 129 Tremont 
Brigham D. T. 12 Winter 
Brow n Animi, 36 Winter 
I BROWN J. A. 19 Winter 
Bullock A. B. 22 Hanover 
'< Chandler \ Ham, i 7 Tremont 
J Chandler B. 15. 1217 Washington 
Chase J. 13 Barton 
Child & Beaiuan, 50 School 
; Clarke J. D. 60 Pleasant 

Clough John, Tremont Temple 
! Codinan J. T. 7! Boylston 
1 Codman W. W. 83 Boylston 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dentists — continued. 
Cogswell Thomas, Tremont, corner 

Park 
Currier B. T. 99 Court 
Cutler R. 31 Winter 
Daly cS: Rolfe, 616 Washington 
Daniels E. II. 19 Tremont row 
Dearborn C. E. 228 Washington 
Dickinson 1). D. 66 Tremont 
Dillingham George E. 709 Wash. 
Dillingham J. R. 12 Winter 
Dixon Kut'us E. 10 Avon place 
Draper I). F. 10 Edinboro' 
Durrell J. M. 1029 Washington 
Eastham Charles, 25 Tremont 
Emery Albert T. 158 Tremont 
Ensworth C P. 2 Lewis, E. B. 
Fiske C. F. 722 Washington 
Fiske E. W. 10 Avon place 
Fl'agg & Osgood, 25 Tremont 
Gaylord E. D. 35 Boylston 
Glover N. A. 43 Chauncy 
Gould II. W. 17 Brom field 
Greenwood A. 6 Ha y wood place 
Guild Albert, 76 Hanover 
Harriman G. B. y Tremont Temple 
Harrington D. G. 205 Broadway- 
Harris E. N., Tremont, c. Springfield 
Harwood D. 11 Summer 
Hawes N. W. 33 Boylston 
Hayes Daniel W., Broadway, c. E 
Ha/eltine Wm. 16 Eliot 
Hitchcock D. K. 169 Tremont 
Hitchcock T. B. 169 Tremont 
Hosuier T. B. 11-4 Hanover 
Howard Alva II. 1 Central place 
Hughes D. M. 11 Beach 
Humphrey J. 32 Winter 
Johnson W. L. 208 Tremont 
Keep X. C. 74 Boylston 
Kendall S. H. 18 Boylston 
Leach Elbridge G. 24 Essex 
Leavitt William P. 19 Tremont row 
Leseur Horatio, 111 Hanover 
Leseur J. A. 5 73 Tremont 
Littlefield & Flagg, 23 Tremont 
Livermore A. H. 140 Court 
Locke .). M. 32 Chauncy 
Marshfield W.J. 15 Tremont Temple 
Mar-ton C. E. 36 Winter 
Martin Ibmrv J. 21 West 



Preston A. F. 19 Bedford 
Purvis A. 2 1 Essex 

Bobbins R. L. $9 Howard 
Rogers & Stone, 25 Winter 
Russell II. F. 7 Summer 
Salmon Ira A. 29 Boylston 
Sanborn W. A. 129 Tremont 
Shepherd & Itidgway, 3 Hamilton pi. 
SimondsJ. L. 8 La Grange 
Stearns S. F. 43 Hancock 
Stocking S. 19 Tremont row 
Thresher J. SI. 132 Court 
Tucker E. G. 170 Tremont 
Tucker Joshua, 4 Hamilton place 
Tucker S. V. 8 La Grange 
"Waters G. F. 16 Eliot 
Webb Edgar, 1 7 Bedford 
Webber & Twichell, 228 Washington 
Wetherbee I. J. 46 Dover 
Weymouth A. L. 4 7 Green 
Williams D. G. 1G4 Tremont 
Williams Jacob L. 15s Tremont 
Wilson E. T. 167 Tremont 

Dentists' Materials and In- 
struments. 
| Chevalier Geo. 32 Winter 

CODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 Tre- 
mont (see adv. page*617) 

Dental Vulcanite Co. 46 School 

Miller II. M. 13 Bromfield 

WHITE SAMUEL S. 16 Tremont 
row (see adv. opp. page 385) 

Whitney J. B. & Sou, 6 Tremont 
(dentrifice) 

Designers. 

Ackerman E. F. 46 Water 
Berry J. & J. 68 Cornhill 
Champney W. L. 228 Washington 

Ellis J. A. & Co. 2 Studio building 
Kilburn S. S. 96 Washington 
Pieed C. W. 60 Studio building 
SAYER PJIEIMUNI, 44" Court, 

room 27 
SPEAR WM. F. 34 School room 15 

(see adv. page 623) 
Stratton William 1). 66 Milk 
Tidd Marshall M. 46 Court, room 18 

Desk Manufacturers. 

Conant A. & Co. 12 Marshall (por- 



Mavo Uriah K. 2 Hamilton place table) 

MeDoupll S. J. is Boylston I Dodge T. E. ID Harvard place 

Miller \\. S. is Chauncy j Hughes John A. .S: Co. 151 Wash. 

MoiVatt George I Hamilton place LITTLEIIALE .<c DRAKE, 



■ piaee 
Court 

•loin 



Newman J. F. S Ten 
Newton & Tennev, 1 : 
Nichols William, 51 I 
Nolen Spencer, 5 Wan-en 
Parker A. Jl. 16s Tremont 
Parker D. M. 1 1 Summer 
Parker D. S. 19 Tremont row 
Parsons T. W. IS Winter 
Patterson 11. P. 7 Summer 
Pray M. W. 123 Tremont 



Utica (see adv. page 7 73) [square 
MERRILL JOS. W. 4 Faneuil II all 
PATTERSON & LAVENDER. 13 

and 45 Cornhill and 28 Rrattle (s» e 

adv. dept p. 629) 
Smith Stephen & Co. 51 Cornhill 

Diamond Cutters. 

CROSBY & MORSE, 240 W 

(see adv. page 611) 



DIE SINKERS AND LETTER CUTTERS — DRESSMAKERS. 429 



Die Sinkers & Letter Cutters. 

BARNES \VM. II. 74 Washington 

(see adv. page 704) 
Berry J. & J. 68 Cornhill 
DODGE ,<c POWER, Pearl-street 

House (see adv. page 790) 
Jacobs Geo. 151 Washington 
MERRIAM & CO. 18 & 19 Brattle 

square (see adv. page 62:]) 
METCALF M. J. ,\: SON, 101 Union 

(see adv. pane 645) 
Mitchell A. W. 9 Change avenue 
Mitchell II. 5 Tremont 
Morse G. B. 10 Dock. square 
Nordwall M. 7 Court avenue 
PENNY F. L. 8 Dock square (see 

adv. page 795) 
Phelps F. E. 5 Washington 
Smith W. II. 95 i Washington 
SOMES & FAIRBANKS, 12 Haw- 
kins (see adv. page 608) 
SPEAK WM. F. 34 School, room 15 

(see adv. page 623) 
Williams Geo. W. & Co., 11 Battery 'h 

Dies and Cutters. 
Blanchard & La vers, 46 Albany, 
. office 30 Pearl 
Merritt & Co. 6 Adams 
Nash J. & Co. 98 Milk 
SatFord J. A. 61 Haverhill 
SOMES & FAIRBANKS, 12 Haw- 
kins (see adv. page 608) 
Taylor S. K. & Co. 72 Sudbury 

Distillers. 

Felton John 6c Son. rear 88 Prince 
FELTON & WATERS, 229 State 

(see adv. page 636) 
French Jonas II., Essex, near .South 
Gibson's J. Son & Co. 9 7 Broad 
Graves Chester H. 19 India wharf 
LAWRENCE D. & SONS, 555 Com- 
mercial (see adv. page 63 7) 
Sortwell & Co. 61 Clinton 
Tracey John 6c Co. (aud rcctiiiers) 85 
• Broad 

Trull Ezra & Co. 45 North Market 
Trull John, Adams, c. Chardon 

Dog Dealer. 
JENNINGS HARRY, 32 Portland 
(see adv. page 769) 

Doors, Sashes, Blind3. 

BAILEY JOB F. 553 Washington 
(see adv. page 628) 

BOLES LEVI, Sudbury, c. Hay- 
market square 

Chase F. & J. F., Wareham, c. Mai- 
den (doors) 

Cutter & Parker, 24 Charlestown 

Doe, Bartlett, & Co. 102 Fulton 

Grant Chas. II., First, between E and F 

Hall John, 177 Blaekstone 

Hardy A. b Charlestown 



Hardy & Co. 181 Blackstono 
Hastings Albert W. 1 12 Friend 
Hatch I., Wan-ham. ror. Maiden 
Junkins K. C. 6G Church 
Langmaid S. P. 3.1 Charlestown 
L isli Augustus F. l"7 Essex 
McDonald .1. rear I J" Harrison ave. 
PEUKY (JUANVILLE, 25 Eliot 

(see -civ. page 771) 
Richardson John, :'l ! Utica 
Stimson .J. & Co. 35 Portland 
Waleotl v\ Bates, 2 Creek sq. (sash) 
WASIH5URN B. D. 131 Congress 

(see adv. page »i 10) 
Whiting O. K. 2 Creek sq. (sash) 
Wilson Stephen F. 59 Beverly 

Drain & Water Pipe. 
( C* if 'if. ( 'buy, and Stom . ) 
Banister J. F. 3.18 Federal 
Bradley Joseph, 3 l ( longress 
Edmoud James & Co. 13 Liberty sq. 
Hoxie T. W. ,v Co. 43 Long wharf 
MILLS WM. 28 Devonshire (see adv. 

back colored pane) 
Taylor S. P. 99 State and Clapp's whf. 

Drain Digger. 
Smith James F. 398 Broadway 

Draughtsmen. 
Blake George, 73 Haverhill 
Clapp Otis F. 7 Conrr square 
EDSOX WILLIAM, 10 Studio 

building (see adv. page 612) 
.Merrick Theo. B. 50 Su Iburv 
Moiiette & Tolman, 50 BromGeld 
Park William S. 46 Court 
SHEDD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 

room 38 (see adv. page 043) 
Spauldins & Collin (mechanical), 3^3 

Federal 
Smart W. G. II. 69 Studio building 
SPOFFORD \ HOWARD. 16 De- 
vonshire (see adv. pa<_ r e 644) 
WILDE M. S. G. 23 Phoenix buildg. 

Drawings. 
(Mechanical) 
Spaulding & ColKn, 383 Federal 

Dredgers & Excavators. 
Carkiu W. S. 24 City wharf 

Dressmakers. 
Atwood Alice. 292 Washington 
Berrv S. M. Miss, 48 Winter 
Bear'dley C. Mrs. 27 Revere 
Be men I M. 1 1. 7 Summer 
Blake A. M.Mrs. 31 Winter 
Boothby C. 25 Winter ( room 17) 
Bridge Annie Mrs. 25 Winter 
Brown Eliza M. 131 Myrtle 
Brown Mary A. 129 Tremont 
Browne Rosa, - > Winter 
But! and Elizabeth, 3 Winter 
Buttler V. C. .Mrs. 20 Temple place 



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Dressmakers — continued. 
Batman Addie, 14 Hanover 
Byrnes H. 1034 Washington 
Cady A. Miss, 10 Green 
Campbell N. J. Mrs. 48 Winter 
Chase E. Mrs. 10 River 
Chick M. C. 25 Winter 
Child E. C. 286 Washington 
Church II. J. 286 Washington 
Clark Susan, 37 South Russell 
Conway Bridjret, 28 Billerica 
Cook Mary H. 20 West, room 2 
Cragin Sarah B. 25 7 Tremont 
Crockett I>. B. 375 Charles 
Crowley E. G. Miss, 36 Winter 
1 >aisley M. T. Miss, 2 Lewis, E. B. 
Davis M. A. 19 7 Broadway 
Deal Mary, 25 Vine 
Demorest Madam, 1 Central place 
Donovan C. M. Mrs. 1 Winter place 
Eddy R II. Mrs. 12 Winter 
Farmer S., I. c. Broadway 
Fifield C. Y. Miss, 140 Court 
Ferry II. 25 Winter, room 16 
Fisher Alice Mrs. 27 Orleans, E. B. 
Fleming Alice R. 11 73 Washington 
Fogg A. G. ZMiss, 25 Winter 
Ford M. R. Mrs. 24 Derne 
Gage C. M. Mrs. 5 Montgomery place 
Oilman Prudence M. 36 Winter 
Germain A. 586 Washington 
Glover R. D.Mrs. 36 Winter 
Gould D. 7 Napier 
Granger Susan, 219 Cambridge 
Greenlaw R. R. Miss, 96 W. Cedar 
Carney M. H. Miss, 1092 Washing n 
Guellow S.Mrs. 4 Portland 
Hay Wm. D.Mrs. 220_t Washington 
Hayes Abigail, 22 Chambers 
Ilorton C. W. Miss, 19 Winter 
Hutchinson E. 17 Broadway 
Ingoldsby M. 32 Winter 
Jackson Mary J. 75 Leverett 
Jackson Olive F. 75 Leverett 
Ka'iri E. Mrs. 135 Broadway 
Kelly Ann Mrs. 128 Merrimac 
Keys E. A. & II. N. Misses, 154 Tem- 
^ pie 'place 

Kimball Susan Mrs. 17 Hanover 
Lamb Helen C. Mrs. 43 Winter 
Lamb M. B. 252 Washington 
Leighton Ellen M. 26 Green 
Linscott Elizabeth, 7 West 
Loratte Louisa J. 21 East Dedham 
Mackenzie Lvdia Mrs. 25 Winter 
Marshall II. W. Mrs. 1 1 75 Wash'n 
McCourt A. Miss, 11 Summer 
McDonald Annie, 14 Myrtle 
McDonald Jeanie Mrs. 120 Tremont 
McGah Hannah L. 25 Causeway 
McKee Kate Mrs. 9 Portland 
McLaughlin M. Mrs. 115 Tremont 
McNamara Mary, 333 Federal 
McQuade S. Miss, 48 Winter 
Mounev S, Mrs. 83 Maverick, E. B. 



Montgomery M. T. 32 Winter 
Morand M. E. 25 Winter 
Morey M. J. 152 Hanover 
Morton II. S. 687^ Washington 
Murphy Delia, 93 Hanover 
Murphy II. A. & M. E. s Marion 
Nowlan M. A. C. 11 Summer 
Pease L. P. 11 Summer 



Pickens M. A. Mrs. 12 Winter 
Plummer Mary Mrs. 99 Meridian 
Porter E. H. Mrs. 1185 Washington 
Poland L. A. Miss, 425£ Wa>hiugton 
Ramsdell S. 89 Leverett 
Robertson Annie, 8 It Washington 
Roraback J. S. 1 9 Temple place 
Rose Catherine, 12 Anderson 
| Rowe A. Mrs. 594 Washington 
| Ryder C. S. 8 Avon place' 
I Sanborn C. M. Mrs. 659 Washington 
Sawver Lucv A. Mrs. 5 Maverick sq. 
I SIMMONS JANE. 21 Church 
| Smith Kate Mrs. 18 Traverse 
! Smith II. N. 1101 Washington 
J Smith H. T. 25 Winter 
i Stanton M. Mrs. 100 E. Sumner 
Stratton B. Miss. 85 Brighton 
Stratton T. W. Rutland, cor. Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Streeter Anna M. 14 Vine 
I Strout S. A. 286 Washington 
1 Stuart S. M. Mrs. 265 Washington 
Swan M. C. 14 7 Court 
Thayer A. H. Mrs. 20 Boylston 
Trafton Nancy II. 43 Winter 
Traverse M. t. 30 Lowell 
Ulmar E. Mrs. 7 : } Henry, E. B. 
Vanhorn II. N. 8) Warren 
Varrell S. A. Mrs. 68 7^ Washington 
Watskins W. Mrs. 24 Phillips 
Welch M. M. Mrs. 19 West 
Webber T. F. Mrs. 120 Hanover 
Webber O. J. 1 Common 
Wentworth M. E. 188 Merrimac 
Williams Angie* 179 Court 
Wilson E. A. 23 Winter 
Woodsum R. A. 663} Washington 

Druggist's Articles. 

CLAPP C. M. & CO. 37 Milk (India 
Rubber, see adv. page 791) 

Gardner 1). A. 99 State 

KELLEY &EDMANDS, 156 Wash- 
ington (see adv. page 7 72) 

Shaw, Iivermore, & Co. 112 Wash'n 

Slavin P. F. 131 Congress 

Tower E. E. 134 Washington 

Drug Mills. 
HOLMES &BLANCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill & 2 Beverly (see adv. 
page 648) 

Drugs, Medicines, &c. 
(See also Medicint »\) 
BURLEIGH & ROGERS, 80. Han- 
over 



ETC. — PUT GOODS. 



431 



RIrd J. A. & W. k Co. 211 State 
Burr M. S. & Co. 26 Tremont 
Carter 8c Wiley, 138 Washington 

Crafts & Williams. 5 Comm'l wharf 
Cutk-r A. L. 8c Co. 158 State 
Dexter Bros. 55 Broad 
Eliot J. F. 74 Commercial 
Folsoni James, 140 Commercial 
Folsom & Dearborn, 10 India 
Fowle Seth W. & Son, 18 Tremont 
Oilman Bros. 109 Milk 
Goodwin George C. & Co. 38 Hanover 
Heath, Cheney, & Co. 85 Hanover 

(botanic) 
Henshaw Charles C. 154 State 
Hollis Thos. 23 Union 
Hovev A. W. 9 Lewis wharf 
HOWE & FRENCH, 69 and 71 

Blackstone (see adv. page 609) 
King E. & F. & Co. 26 India 
MAYNARD & NOYES, 75 Water 
MERRILL BROS. 213 and 215 State 

(see adv. page 769) 
Poor C. V. & Co. 30 India 
Reed, Cutler, & Co. 109 to 113 Broad 
Rust Bros. & Bird. 43 Hanover 
Skinner E. M. 27 Tremont 
Swett George W. 106 Hanover 
Thayer, Babson, & Co. 41 and 43 Kilby 
Weeks & Potter, 1 70 Washington 
Wheeler L. & Co. 1 Custom-ho. st. 
Wilson B. O. & G. C. 18 Central 

Dry Docks. 
East Boston Dry Dock Co., A. H 

White, agent, Border st. 
Fort Hill Dry Docks, James Dillon, 

232 Broad 
Pioneer Dry Dock. 188 Broad 
Simpson's Patent Dry Docks, E. B., 

O. Howe, supt. 223 Commercial 
Dry Goods. 

Wholesale Commission Merchants. 
Almy & Co. 38 Franklin 
Baldwin Eli & Co. 65 Ilawley 
Bailey R. M. & Co. 184 Devonshire 
Barry & Brother, 69 Federal 
Beebe J. M. & Co. 3 Winthrop sq. 
BLACKBURN GEO. & CO. 136 

Congress 
BOWMAN H. & CO. 79 Milk 
Braman Geo. H. 140 Devonshire 
Brewer Gardner & Co. 5 7 Federal 
Cheney & Mitliken, 4 Otis 
Clark, Elden, & Gardner, 29 Milk 
CONVERSE JAS. C, BLAGDEN, 
^ & CO. Milton place (Federal st.) 
Grossman \: Aiken, 14 Arch 
Dale Brothers & Co. 61 Franklin 
Denny, Rice, & Co. 49 Franklin 
Dodge, Baldwin, & Co. 39 Franklin 
Dyer E. C. 15S Devonshire 
Ellis F. D. & Co. 11 Federal 
Farnham, Gilbert, & Co. 149 Devon- 
shire 



Faulkner. Kiml all, .\ Co. 50 Franklin 
Faxon I. & >■ n, - ( . . 

Foque & Pliip] *, 4 () 
Francis ( Im - : „. r 

Frost Ruius S. & Co. 6" Km klin 
Frothingham ,\ C 1 

Gardner Ilenrv .J. & I 
Gray Win. & Co 
Hale Theo. V. 101 I) 
Harding Brothers 8c (.'<>. .'i»; >utnn r 
Holbrook, Floyd, Sc Co 
Howe J. C. 8c'('o. 51 ] • | n 
Jackson P. T. 39 Milk 
Jenkins Bro., 8c ( hi] : : .• M Ik 

Lawrence 8c Co. I . \{\] 
Little Janus L. 8c Co. -'.' Franklin 
Maekintire, Lawrie, & ( i i;h Devon- 
shire r Franklin 
Mackintosh, Green, Ov Morton, 31 
March A. S. 8c Co 65 M 
Minot, Hooper, & Co. 3 iM . 
Mudge E. R., Sawyer, & ( >. 57 Sum- 
mer 
Nichols C. C. 54 Federal 
Parker, Wilder, 8c C«v 4 Winthrop sq. 
Pcarce II. S. & Co. fi.s Franklin 
PERRY 8c WENDELL. > :> Federal 
Pinkham J. S. IU and 16 Arch 
Pippey B. Y. \ Co. 15 Federal 
Randall. Gay. ,\ Co. 1 • J Devonshire 
Pratt A. S. S7 1 ), vonsl ire [shire 
Richanlson Geo. C. 8c Co. 96 Devon- 
Roddick Wilkin, 5 Ilawley 
Sampson O. H. 8c Co. 158 Devonshire 
Skinner Francis .\ ('■>. 69 Franklin 
Stanfield, Wentworth, 8c Co. oS Frank- 
lin 
Stetson 8c Co. 151 Devonshire 
Stone Sow,:- S. .\ Co. 81 Milk 
Thaver, B id'jer. Ac Co. 3 7 Summer 
UPHAM, Tl'CKEK,& CO. 33 Milk 
Wheelwright J. W. 6c Co. 12 Federal 
Whittemore, Cabot. & Co. 5 Arch 
Winter Royal. -^ s Federal [shire 
Wright J. S. ,\ E. ,\ Co. 140 Devon- 
Wyman & Ark lay, 59 Summer 

Irnjnrters and Jobbers. 

Alien. Lane, & Co. -13 Franklin [sq. 
Anderson. Heath, 8c Co. 5 Winthrop 
BURRAGE J. C. 8c CO. 3 Win- 

thr.;^.,. 
Beal Sc Rieker, 61 Federal 
Bendix John H. 3s Milk 
Brackett K ('•». l"t Summer 
Burr Br '.' « rs ,\ Co. 76 Franklin 
Case K Arnim, 10 Arch 
Chandler 6c < o. -J7 Winter 
Christian 8c Walker, 10 ,\ 12 Federal 
Churchill. \\ itson, \ Co. 269 Wash. 
, Clement Cyrus 6c Co. 11 Milk 
j Clement, Tasker, \ Co. 47 Federal 
J Croeker, Leonard, 6c Ware. 5 Otis 
; Curtis, Webster, 6c Co. 30 Franklin 
I Daniels 6c Co. 57 Franklin 






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Dry (loath — continued. i 

Dresser, Stevens, & Co. 70 Franklin 
FARLEY N. W. & CO. 25 Tremont 

row 
Forbes, Richardson, & Co. 5.'* Summer 
Gilbert, Lovejoy, & Co. 79 Summer 
Gillis W. K. &*Co. 237 Washington 
GLAZIER, MAREAN, & CO. 77 

Summer (see adv. p. 616) 
GRISWOLD 1). C. & CO. 1G4 & 166 

Devonshire 
Hamilton A. & Co. 116 Devonshire 
Harding, Converse, Gray, & Co. 75 

Franklin 
Hardy, Brown, Goss, & Co. 74 Summer 
HAUGIITON, PERKINS, & CO. 

1 ami 2 Winthrop sq. 
llovey C F. & Co. 33 Summer 
Jackson, Mandell, & Daniell, 85 

Franklin 
Jordan, Marsh, & Co. 148 Devonshire 

and 212 Washington 
Kelly Thos. & Co. ^26 Arch 
Kittredge C. F. 25^ Milk 
Lane, Lamson, & Co. 7 Franklin 
I*oring John C. 26 Tremont row 
LYON & YOSE, 1 and 3 Liberty sq. 
Marr, Read, & Co. 81 Summer 
.Me>singer E. F. & Co. 50 Summer 
Mitchell, Green, & Stevens, 6 Arch 
Morse, Shepard, & Co. 52 Franklin 
Ordwav, Bradbury, & Co. 31 Franklin 
Pierce, Hardy, 6c Co. 22 Federal 
Pinkham J. S. & Co. 10 and 16 Arch 
Pippev B. Y. & Co. 15 Federal 
Sargent W. P. 6c F. W. & Walker, 

luS Devonshire 
Sawyer, Mansfield, & Co. 10 Milk 
Shepard, Norwell, & Co. 30 Winter 
Spalding, Hay, & Wales, 9 Winter 
Stoddard, Lovering, & Co. 4 Milk 
Stone, Wood, 6c Co. 40 Franklin 
Sweetser, Swan, & Blodgett, 170 Dev- 
on -lure 
TEBBETTS, BALDWIN, & DA- 
VIS, iso and 182 Devonshire 
Thayer, Badger, & Co. 41 Summer 
Tilton, Di'bblee, 6c Co. 20 Franklin 
Wakefield & Gould, 8 Arch [lin 

Welch. Gookin,& Buncher, 64 Frank- 
WeUinston Bros.& Co. 1<»3 Devonshire 
Wheelock F. F. & Co. 41 Franklin 
White, Browne, iN: Co. 26 Franklin 
Whiu- It 11. ,\ Co. 14 Winter 
Whitney 6c Crain, 143 Devonshire 
Williamson & Burn-, 1)7 Devonshire 
Winslow G. S. .S; Co. 1 Arch 
Woodberry Henry, 3 7 Federal 
Woods, Perry, 6c Co. 142 Devonshire 

Retail Dry Goods. 

Allen William II. 216 Washington 
ANDREWS & CO. 106 Sudbury 

(see adv. p. 6;J<») 
Anthony L. 36 7 Federal 



Arlington, Drowne, & Co. 221 Wash 
Arbogast F. L33 Leverett 
Baker Edward, S89 Washington 

Baker E. II. 1077 Washington 
Barker & Mann, 23 Tremont row 

Bowers II. M. 90 II mover and 589 

Washington 
Boyle J. & Co. 87 Hanover (woollens) 
Briard Oliver, 120 Broadway 

Carpenter Harvey. 306 Hanover 

Chandler 6c Co. 27 Winter 

Charles M. 6c Co. 5, 7, and 21 Union. 

and 57 Elm 
Churchill, Watson, 6c Co. 269 Wash. 
Clough 6c Prescott. 36 Hanover 
Cobb Oliver. 95 Green 
Coleman 6c Clapp, 4 Coolidge building 
Currier O. S. 6c Co. 9-1 Hanover 
Cushing 6c Ames, 1 28 Hanover 
Cushman E. F. 92 Tremont 
I Davis Geo. B. 6c Co. 281 Washington 
Denison G. E. 17 Beach 
Downe Sumner, 151 Court 
Eastman 6c Kendall, 7 Tremont row 
Estabrook J. F. 1039 Washington 
Everett'E. D. 116 Hanover [row 

FARLEY X. W. 6c CO. 2'j Tremont 
Farnsworth James, 711 Washington 
Fessenden 6c Osgood. 156 Hanover 
Fishel Louis, 324 Hanover 
Fortune James 6c Co. 21 Summer 
Gallagher H. 31 Prince 
Gavitt 6c Ferguson, 8 Temple place 
Gleason James, Federal, c. Summer 
Gould F. A. 290 Hanover 
Harris William G. 6c Co. 3 1 Hanover 
Hatch J. N. 6c Co. 112 Hanover 
Hildreth J. B. 6c Co. 627 Washington 
Hogg, Brown, 6c Taylor, 299 Wash. 
Hovey C. F. 6c Co. 33 Summer 
Hussey John, Harrison ave. e. Concord 
Jacobs B. 230 Washington 
Jordan, Marsh, 6c Co. 212 Washington 
I Kempton 6c Loring, 60 Hanover and 

18 Tremont row 
I Kimball T. R. 124 Merrimac 
j Lawson Wm. 6c Co. 24 Winter 
I Libby Ansel N. 338 Hanover 
| Libby S. II. 42 Hanover 
j Loring A. N. 15 Tremont row 
| Loring John C. 26 Tremont row 
1 Lougee G. H. 1117 Washington 
Louis A. 310 Hanover 
( Low E. P. 53 Harvard 
j Lowe M. P. 116.3 Washington 
! Luce I). W. 1<>5 Court 
i Marr, Read, 6c Co. d Tremont row 
Mavnard C. 861 Washington 
Milton Geo. B. 127 Washington 
Morse E. G. 53 Cambridge 
| Mott C. L. x Co. 236 Hanover 
Newman Jacob, 2'! Central sq. L- "« 
Newell Geo. II. 132 Hanover 
! O'Donnell M. 10 Harrison avenue 
I Pajze S. A. 18 7 Broadway 



DRY G00D3 — EMBROIDERY STAMPERS. 



433 



Peyser II. 87 Cambridge 
Pierce & Libby, 122 Hanover 
Ramsdell C. C. 1 9'J Broadway' 
Read Edgar, 165 Court 
Read Edwin, 8 Tremont row 
Remick S. A. 1099 Washington 
Ricker & Co. 20 Tremont row 
Rogers John S. 1077 Washington 
Scott J. & Co. 3 79 and 381 Wash. 
Shepard Bros. 320 Hanover 
Shepard, Norwell, & Co. 30 Winter 
Smith Ann Mrs. 141 Cambridge 
Smith Alexander E. jr. 691 Wash. 
Snow N. P. 703 Washington 
Spalding. Hay, & Wales, 9 Winter 
Stearns H. N. 1 7 Leverett [mer. 

Stearns R. H. 8c Co. 27 and 29 Sum- 
Storms W. R. <S: Co. 2.3 Summer 
Swift E. M. & Co. 24 7 Washington 
Taylor A. H. 1 1 Maverick sq. E. B. 
Taylor O. T. 96 Hanover 
Thompson & Riley, 421 Washington 
Tower & Pierce, 52 Hanover 
Trefethen N. <8c Co. 335 Hanover 
Walsh Catharine Mrs. 36 Hisrh 
Wells S. 58 West Cedar, and 91 Lev. 
Wheclock ]). & Co. 118 Hanover 
White R. H. & Co. 46 Winter 
Wiggin & Co. 7 Tremont row 

Duck. 

Atlantic Duck Co., J. Nickerson & 
Co. 95 Commercial 

Fearing, Hodman, k Co. 170 State 

Fearing, Thaeher, & Co. 25 Commer- 
cial 

Rogers Gorham, 61 Kilby 

Russell Mills Duck Co., N. Boynton 
& Co. 87 Commercial [mereial 

WHITON, BRO. & CO. 33 Com- 

. Dyers. 

BARRETT'S DYE HOUSE, 140 

Wash, (see adv. pane 642) 
Chelsea Dye House, S. Sibley, 20s 

Wash, and 1 Tremont row 
Harding C. F., Excelsior. Dye House. 

226 Broadway 
Lewando A. 150 Washington 
Maiden Dye House, Court, c. Hanov. 
Macomber's (French) Dye House, 

270 Washington 
Suffolk Dye House,! Tremont row 

Dyestuffs, Drugs, &c. 

Andrews Chas. L. 1 Central wharf 

Austin & Handy, 116 Milk 

Boston Drug Mills, W. B. Vincent, 
treas. 90 North 

Cochrane A. & Co. 19 Broad 

Freeman W. F. & Co. 11 India 

HOWE & FRENCH, 69 and 71 
Blackstone (see adv. pasre 609) 

HOWE & STEVENS, 260 Broad- 
way (see adv. page 640) 

King & & E. l\ Co. 26 and 27 India 



Lee Janice, j r . ;i India 
Lorinte. Hangs, & Co. 87 Water 
MERRILL BROS. 213 and 215 
State (see adv. page 7<;:>) 

Norfolk Dyew 1 Mil!,. A. H. Ward, 

agent, 123 Water 
i Pettes Geo. W. :•; -»i tt<- 
Poor C. V. 30 India 
POUTER E. F. (maiinf. dyewood) 
Bremen, n. Heeattir, and Border, 
n. Eutaw, E. l'>.. ullice 22 Custom- 
house street 
Priest John L. i I Central wharf 
Reed, Cutler, & Co. 1U9 to 113 Broad 
Reed Geo. H. & Co. 570 Commercial 
Rice Edward E. \ Co. 108 Milk 
i Schumacher John & Co. CS Custom- 

house street 
Thayer, Balwon. & Co. 43 Kilby 
Wheeler A. ''.7 Water 
Whitney D. R. & Co. 56 Chatham 

Edge-Tools Manufs. 
DOUGLAS AXE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO., 1). I). Dana, treas. 
127 Federal (see adv. pace 618) 
Underhill Bros. 71 Haverhill 
UNDERII1LL EDGE TOOL CO. 
53 Kilby 

Egg Beaters. 
Gannctt's Patent, 50 Bromfield 

Elastic Goods Manufs. 
) Atlantic Rubber Co. !> Green 
BELLOWS, WETHERN, & CO. 
i 4 7 Summer 
MANHATTAN RUBBER CO. 50 

Milk (.-ee adv. page 796) 
! Union Elastic Goods Co. 109 Essex 

Elastic Stockings. 
CODMAN ,\ SIIURTLEFF, 13 

Tremont (see adv. page 617) 
! Leach X Greene, 82 Tremont 

Electricians. 
! Hall Thomas, 15 Bromfield 
jOn-utt W. A. 65 Cornhill 
WILLIAMS C. jr., 109 Court (see 
adv. page 644) 

Elcctrotypers. 
Boston Stereo. Foundry, 4 Spring lane 
1 Curtis E. A. 2 l Congress 
• Phel] ^. l>alton, & Co. 52 Wash. 

I'ini : l i lennan, 41 Congress 
; PETERS C. .1. & SOX, 13 Wash. 
j (sin- ii.lv. page 643) 
Whitcomb II. C. \ Co. 15 Water 

Embalming. 
I Fletcher John, 3 Cambridge 

Embossing Presses. 
, MERR1AM \ CO. l* Rrattle square 
; (see adv. page U23) 

Embroidery Stampers. 
: French Mary L. 42 o$ Washington 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Embroidery, etc. — continued. 
Grady M. T. Miss, 121 Treraont 
Lamb Helen C. -Mrs. 43 Winter 
Molli-r Hose, 3 Marion 
Parsons & Gibby, 3 Winter 
Peyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 
Sewell Robt. J. Mrs. 48 Winter 
States E. J. 25 Winter (room 8) 
Stewart P. R Mrs. & Co. 25 Winter, 

room 15 (stamps) 
Walker \- Co. (stamps cut, up stairs) 

100 Union 
Wasley J. K. & Son. 268 Washington 
Waterhouse J. 25 Winter, room 22 

Emory. 
BATH IRON MINING & MANU- 

FAC. CO., J. Henry Sleeper, agt. 

15 Central (Arrowsic emery, see 

adv. page 632) 

Engines. (Caloric.) 

BUTTERFIELD & HAVEN, 26 
Pearl (see adv. p. 796.) ■ 
Engines. G4*V). 

Shaw's Union Air Engine Co. Broad- 
way, c. H 
Engineers. (Mechanical.') 

AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 
* CO.. 45 Kingston (see adv. p. 621.) 

Beach Allen, 10 Hawkins, 

Hibbard W. C. 40 State 

Lombard N. C. 40 State 

Spauldinz & Coffin, 3S3 Federal 

SPOFFORD & HOWARD, 16 De- 
vonshire (see adv. pane 644) 

WILDE M. S. G. 23 Phoenix bld'g 

Engineer. (Steam.) 
ROBINSON J. R. 28 State (see adv. 
page 645) 

Engine Hose. 

BOYD JAMES & SONS, 27 Mer- 
chants row 

CLAPP CM. & CO. 37 Milk (see 
adv. page 701) 

Clark John, GG Milk (linen) 

Hunneman & Co. 36 Union 

HUNT. LYON, & CO. 26 Devon- 
^ shire (see adv. page 780) 

Shelton & Chever, 25 Court 

Engine Turners. 
Margot Bros. 23 Water 

Engravers. 
Allen Benj. F. 84 Water 
Andrew John, 38 Summer (wood) 
Andrews Joseph, 17 Bromfiekl 
Berry J. & J. 63 Cornhill 
Bolton J. B, 123 Washington 
Bouve E. W. 6 Bromfield (card) 
Boynton G. W r . 257 Wash, (plate) 
Bradford L. II. 300 Washington 
Briscoe Daniel, 156 Washington 
Brown C. F. 163 Washington 



Brown Nathan, 46 Court (wood) 
Carpenter R. 228 Washington 
Congdon S. B. 292 Washington 
Dana Win. J. 96 Washington 
Daniels J. H. 25 1 Washington (plate) 
DODGE & POWER, Pearl 

House (steel, see adv. page 790) 
Dearborn X. S. 24 School 
Dyer It. B. 01 Washington (wood) 
Eaton Henry M. 151 \Vash. (wood) 
Fenno Chas. II. 13 Court square 
Forbes W. II. & Co. 265 Washington 
French Edgar, 25 7 Wash, (plate) 
French G. R. 25 7 Wash, (plate) 
Hartrath J. 11 West 
Haskell Lyman, 142 Wash, (metal) 
HEDGE FRANKLIN, 114} Milk, 

(wood, sec adv. p. 781) 
Hill John R. 13 Court sq. (silver pi.) 
Hill Frank, 220. V Washington 
Hinds & Albee, 216£ Washington 
Holland T. R. 12 School (plate) 
Jenks L. E. (silver) 8 Bromfield 
Kellon'j J- G. 288 Washington 
Kendrick D. T. 17 Bromfield 
Kilburn & Mallorv, 96 Washington 
Libby E. W. 115} Wash, (silver pi.) 
Lowell & Brett, 228 Washington 
Margot Bros. 23 Water (watch cases) 
Mattoni Carl, 50 Bromfield (gla-s) 
Mayer Julius & Co. 4 State 
METCALF M.J.& SON, 101 Union 

(stencil, see adv. p. 645) 
MITCHELL A. W. 9 Change ave- 
nue (badges) 
Mitchell H. 5 Tremont (seal) 
Moore E. N. & Co. 9 Water 
Morse & Tuttle 236 Wa.^h. (card and 

silver) 
Mumler Bros. r. 204 Washington 
Fierce W. J. 109 Wash, (wood) 
Rudd N. 28 Cornhill 
Russell S. S. C. 134 Wash, (wood) 
Smith Georire G. 89 Washington 
Smith II. W. 292 Washington 
SFEAR WM. F. 34 School, room 15 

(see adv. p. 623) 
Stockwell F. F. 99 Court (metal) 
Stuart F. T. 42 Court 
Swett C. A. 134 Wash, (cards) 
Talbot Henry S. 4 Cornhill court 
Taylor & Adams, 81 Wash, (wood) 
Tvler Wm. II. 104 Washington 
Wilson W. W. 14 Kilby 
(Bank Notes, Bowts, Bills of Ex- 
change, Certificates^ Dra/is, SfC.) 
AMERICAN BANK NOTE CO. 
A. C. Cary, Manager, 39 State 
(see adv. p.' 601) 

Engravings. 
Adams John G. (agt.) 18 Winter 
ChiMs cS: Jenks. 127 Tremont 
De Vries, Ibarra & Co. 145 Tremont 
Drew C. 18 Court 



ENGRAVINGS — FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. 



Elliot Lucius A. 322 Washington 
Hendrickson, Doll, & Richards, 23 
Summer 

Howarth & Pierce, 2G Kneeland 
Boss <Sc Hatehman. 480 Washington 
Wanl Joseph, 125 Washington 
Wiggin 6: Lunt, 13 School 
Williams & Everett, 234 Washington 

Eye and Ear Institute. 

SMEDLEY A. H. 129 Tremont 

(see adv. p. 627) 

Eyelet Punch and Set. 

Bobbins S. E.. Gore Block 

Sargent J. F. (sets), rear 76 Sudbury 

Fancy Good and Toys. 
^Importers and Wholesale Dealers. 
Abbot Walter, 84 Hanover 
Abbott <Sc Hutchins, 1| Harrison ave. 
Abbott Wm. E. & Co. 262 Wash. 
Adams Geo. E. 373 Washington 
Adams R. A. 184 Hanover 
Allen L. jr. & Co. 45 Hanover 
Allen Harriet, Dorchester, n. Broad- 
way 
ANDREWS & CO. 106 Sudbury 

(see adv. page 630) 
Arlington, Drowne, & Co. 221 Wash. 
Atkins J. Mrs. 5 Winthrop Block, E. 

Boston 
Averhill H. 46 Cambridge 
Bailev Daniel S. 2 Essex 
Bailey J. S. 81 Milk 
♦Banfield & Forristall, 30 Federal 
*Bates J. L. 129 Washington 
Beckett H. B. 96 Pleasant 
♦Bellamy Wm. 116 Washington 
Bent. & Flinn, 148 Hanover 
Blood John G. 1 75 Cambridge [E. B. 
Blood Nathan, jr. Mrs., 34 Sumner, 
Borde E. 94 Harrison avenue 
Bozier M. A. 855 Washington 
Bragdon & Thompson, Saratoga, c. 

Central square 
Briggs Oliver L. 456 Washington 
Burgess, Nourse, & Co. 25 Milk 
Butler B. 154 Court 
Carpenter L. S. 6 Cambridge 
Chadburn L. H. 713} Tremont 
Chandler Mary A. 97 Concord 
♦Chapman G. II. jr. & Co. 45 Federal 
Clapp William, 307 Washington 
Cobb J. F. 1091 Washington 
Conner 6c Norris, 285 Washington 
Cohen M. M. 21 Hawlev 
♦CORMERAIS H. & CO. 37 Federal 
Craig Abraham, 123 Cambridge 
Creech Samuel W. 326 Washington 
Cummings & Ilovey, 110 Hanover 
Cutter, Austin, & Co. 32 Federal 
*Davis C. S. & Co. 156 Washington 
Bodge J. S. 127 Hanover 
•Dunham C. II. & Co. 6 7 Milk 



Ellis Mary M. 58 Warren 
Emerson Charles, 8 \ Washington 
Field & Mason, 3 M iverick sq. E. B. 
Fiste * Co. 17 Srate 
Flags C. E. 201 Hanover 
Flusk M. ('. 165 Fourth 
Fogg Chas. E. 2oi Hanover 
Foley T. 25 Thaeher 
Foss A. M. 60 Harrison avenue 
Foster M. Mrs. 65 Fourth 
Foster & Deane, 32 Cambridge 
French George E. 176 Harrison ave. 
Galloway R. \ Meridian, E. Boston 
Gault (Y. C. 39 Meridian 
Gilman Chas. II. 119 Hanover 
GLAZIER, MAREAN, & CO. 77 

Summer (see adv. page 6 l»i) 
Godfrey F. 340 Washington 
Goodrich 1). <>. 302 Washington 
Greene D. T. 105 Broadway 
Gross A. & Co. 657 Washington 
j Gross Phillip, 58 Broadway 
! *Heard & Rickard, 263 Washington 
j Hadley & Pierce, 4 7 Hanover 
Harrington C. E. 6:> Maverick 
J Harrington M. E. 71 .Meridian 
I Harris Theodore S. 130 Tremont 
Henius P. -11 Federal 
*Hamblett & Butler, 37 Federal 
Herman F. 166 Washington 
I lever Brothers, 7* Federal 
Hills Elizabeth C. 80 Beach 
Holbrook C. W. 368 Washington 
Hood M. C. & Co. 64 .Milk 
Hopkins J. Mrs. tro Meridian. E. B. 
Horton II. H. 13 Maverick square 
Hunt J. G., N. E. cor. F. H. market 
lyes D. P. & Co. 47 Milk 
Jimenez Ed. 159 Broadway 
Jones .\ Ray, 170 Washington 
Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
Kean Jane K. 4 7 Meridian 
Keeler, Merriam, & Co. 4 7 Summer 
*KELLEY & EDMANDS. 156 

Washington (see adv. page 7 72) 
•Kennard ('. W. & Co. 122 Tremont 
Kerr William. 17} Hanover 
Knapp Moses M. j>4 Tremont 
Lauten Edwanl A. 221 Washington 
•Lauterbach Henry C. 42 Federal 
•Leobol Iti & Meyer, 56 Summer 
Lewis M. A. c\ Co. 39 Washington 
* Lombard Henry S. 52 Clinton 
Lovojoy A. L. 229 Washington 
Mar!', v P. H. 213 Tremont 
McKenna M. 120 Meridian, E. B. 
MeCluskev S. 87 Maverick. E. B. 
McLean O. II. -Mrs. fc Co. 837 Wash. 
Merrill C. It. 1">< ; Hroadway 
Merrill E. 156 Wa<h. ( up stairs) 
M.,le A. 660 Washington 
Hills, Fo _'. & Co. 97 Hanovi r 
Monill Mary V. 99 Meridian, K. B. 
Murdock E. A. 337 Washington 
Newton M. A. 711 Tremont 



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Fancy Goods, etc. — continued. 
Nichols C. C. 54 Federal 
Oluev A. G. & Co. 625 Washington 
Osgood Adeline I). 104 Meridian * 
Palmer M. A. 1164 Federal 
Parsons Josiah, Gl Meridian 
•Partridge Horace, 2 7 Hanover 
Pease S. A.. Tremont, c. Warren 
Pike Giles Mrs., Broadway, corner E 
Pike Sarah, 101 Dorchester 
Potter 1). F. 7u7 Washington 
RICHARDS II. M. (jewelry co.), 7 

Green, c. Chardon (see adv. p. Gil) 
Rogers Sarah, 230 Hanover 
Russell Kirk. 560 Washington 
Ryder R. X. 204 Hanover 
Saloin .Mark, 351 Washington 
Sargent William E. 928 Washington 
Savary B. B. & Co. 365 Washington 
Savory William H. 18 Hanover 
Seward N. M. 50 Kneeland 
♦Shaw, Livermore, & Co. 112 Wash. 
Shope C. G. 1036 Washington' 
Shumway F. P. 275 Washington 
Sloeum Emanuel, 733 and 759 Wash. 
Smith Anne E. 110 Meridian, E. B. 
Smith A. George, 46 Church 
Smith E. A. jr. 691 Washington 
Smith F. R. 713 Tremont 
Smith E. B. 66 Cambridge 
Sondheim J. 605 Washington 
Spear W. H. 108 Meridian 
Stone E. T. Miss, 171 Broadway 
Stone W. H. 9 Tremont row 
Swift E. M. £< Co. 24 7 Washington 
Sydney G. 265 Washington 
Taylor M. A. & Co. 61 Green 
•Temple & Eaton. 112 Court 
TILDEX X. F. 196 B-oadway 
Tolman George S. 255 Washington 
Towhsend & Toppan, 296 Wash. 
Trant Win. Mrs. 314 Hanover 
Treat I L I.Mrs. 7 Henrv. E. B. 
Wadleigh R H. 48 Cambridge 
Wardwell W. II. 1023 Washington 
Warner A. & II. A. Ill Court 
Watson George, 94 Court 
Wells S. Missi 58 W. Cedar 
•Welton W. jr. 81 Milk 
Wentworth J. 315 Washington 
Wheeler Henry C. 1175 Washington 
Whittbrd A. 715 Federal 
Whitney & Son, 6 Tremont 
Wood E. F. 61 Brighton 
Wood John 11. 108 Court 
Woodman H. A. 371 Washington 
AVoods C. C, Broadway, c. A 
Zakrzewska W. J. & Co. 1045 Wash. 

Farm Agents. 

CHAPIN GEORGE II. & 
i Scollay's building (see adv. 

Faucets. 

Dalton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 



CO. 20 
p. 605) 



Jenkins Nathaniel, 12 Hawkins 
Puller A. 1). 38 Portland 

Feathers, Beds, &c. 

(See also Furniture.) 

Brabrook E. II. 4 and 6 Union, and 

2 to 8 Friend 
Brooks Wm. P. B. 120 Blackstone 
HALLET JAMES II. & SON, 17 

Dock sq. and 31 F. II. sip (-ee adv. 

page 618) 
Haskell A. L.& Son, 121 Hanover 
HOLMAN JOHN & CO. 60 Union 

(see adv. pa*je 619) 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 

20 Brorafield 
MAXXIXG, GLOVER, & CO. 102 

Hanover 
Putnam .John, 486 Washington 
Starrett & Robbins, 5 Union 
Wheeler A. W. & Co. 21 Union 

Feather Trimmings. 
Causse V. ajjt. 120 Tremont, room 15 
GIDNEY P. M. 36 Winter, Cao^e, 

agt. 120 'TremoHfr;-s?o<M»— 1-5 (see 

adv. page 769) 

Felt Manufacturers. 

BACON JOHN H. 1 Union, manuf. 
at Winchester (see adv. page 762) 

BOSTON ROOFING CO., S. Car- 
ruth, treas. 16 Central (see adv. p. 
771) 

LOWELL FELTING MILLS. 34 
Broad and 2 India whf. (hair felt) 

Marsh D. F. 15 Beaeh (carpets) 

Munroe James S. 5 Libertv square 

NEW ENGLAND FELT 'HOOF- 
ING CO. 5 Liberty sq. (roofing felt, 
see adv. page 7 71) 

Putnam George D. 19 Lindall (ear- 
pet and boiler roofing) 

Fertilizers. 
Bartlett C, L. & Co. 16 Broad (Pe- 
ruvian cuano) 
Bradley William L. 24 Broad 
Capen, Sherman, & Co. 6 Custom 

house 
Davenport George <Sc Co. 145 Milk 
I DEVEREUX A. F. & CO. 8 Central 

(flour of bone, see adv. page 624) 
Greenwood & Lincoln, 7 Broad 
Hovey & Co. 53 North Market 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. i;5 Long wharf 
Leavitt & Himnewell, 49 Congress 
MARINE GUANO & OIL CO, 
Thomas L. Robinson, agt. 19 Lindall 
i Nourse J. 34 Merchants row 
PARKER,GAXXETT, & OSGOOD, 
; 49 North Market, and 46 Merchant:) 
; , row (see adv. page 606) 
Rich & I. eman. 7 7 Kilby 
Tucker J. A. 13 Doane 
Ward N. & Co. 104 Fulton 



FILE MANUFACTURERS — FISHING TACKLE. 



437 



Filo Manufacturers. 
American File Co. 57 Kilby 
Earle, Smith, <S: Co. 24 and 26 Fulton 
Farrand T. A. & Sun, 800 Federal 
Gorman M. 92 Beverly 



Marston John & Co. 227 Commercial 
Neweomb L. 92 Harrison avenue 
Paine Isaiah B. $08 Tremont 
Parsons v\ Co. 27 Commercial whf. 
Pedriek Knott. 194 Merriinac 



Kilner Wm. & Brothers, 626 Federal i Proctor ( 



Weed File Manufacturing Co. Sixth, 
c. N, ollice G and 8 Liberty sq. 

Whipple File Manufacturing Co. 34 to 
40 Kilby 

Fire-Bricks, Clay, and Tile. 
Banister J. F. 358 Federal 
Boston Fire Brick and Clay Retort 

Manuf. Co. 394 Federal and 13 

Liberty square 
Davis & Chaddock, 125 Water 
Edmond James & Co. 13 Liberty sq. 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Lonjx whf. 



Fire Engines. 
Hunneman & Co. 36 Union 

Fire Works. 
Creech S. W. 32G Washington 
Cutter, Austin, & Co. 32 Federal 

Fish. 
Dealers in Fresh Fish. 
; Atwood E. 10G Pleasant 
" Atwood T. A. 150 Court 
Brown F. B. J. 54 Cambridge 
Brown George, 42 .V Leverett 
Bacon John & Co., Bovlston Market 

(base) 
Brown & Newhall, 78 Springfield 
Brown »!s: Seavey. 18 Commercial whf. 
Brown S. F. 1 Winthrop block, E.B. 
Burr Charles H. 283 Hanover 
Caldwell E. B. 324 Broadway 
Chapman Wm, N., Green, c. Staniford 
Chipman E., Broadway, corner E 
Clark Charles E. 827 Washington 
Clark <Sc Snow, 7 Commercial whf. 
Cook Robert, GOO Federal 
Dyer Caleb, 1103 Washington 
ilandford A. F. 66 Harrison avenue 
Harding John, r. 3 Commercial whf. 
Hill D. £c Co. 19 Commercial wharf 
Hilliard R. \V. 15 Central square 
Holbrook John G. A. 4 7 i King-ton 
Holbrook, Smith, & Co. north side 

Commercial wharf 
Hopkins R. R. 1005 Washington] 
Howes Richard A. 51 Commercial 
Jackson G. D. 92 .Myrtle 
Johnson A. E. & Co. 19 Charles 
Johnson E. A. & Co. 19 Bromtield 
Johnson Francis H. 34 Charles 
Langsford II. L. north side Commerc'l j Council Mc Fostei 

whf. and east end Maverick, E.B. Love i John P. 
Lincoln T. \V. 1165 Washington 
Litchfield Daniel, 195 Hanover 



St. Charles Market 

Rich A. fcc Co. 19 Commercial whf. 
; Rich Timelier, 351 Hanover 
! Rogers, Stone, & Co. 32 Com'l whf. 
I Shattuck & Scribner, 1 Boylston Mar. 
j Small John. jr. GO Beacb 
: Small Manuel, 1 1 7 Meridian. E.B. 
i Smith John, 738 Washington 

Smith W. C. 69 Beach 
| Snow & Fuller, 5 Commercial wharf 

Shaw Peter, 17 Commercial wharf 
I STONE GEO. G. 106 Cambridge 

TERRELL, BUNTING, & CO. 25 
and % 16 Commercial wharf 

Upton F. A. 1062i Washington 

Wendell B. F. 14 "Derne 

Wiley & Stubbs, lGi Commercial 

Wilson J. A. 632 'Fremont 
• Wood Augustine W. agt. 951 Wash. 
j Wood Lowell M. 559 Tremont 
j Wood M., 1, near Broadway 

Vail, rs in Salt and Pickled Fish. 
j Brown Edward, 35 Long wharf 
J Brown cS: Seavey, IS Commercial whf. 
! Calrow William 11. 39 Long wharf 
' Churchill XV. (). & Co. 224 State 
' Clark & Woodward, Fort Hill wharf 

COGGiNS CALVIN & CO. 5 T whf. 
iFEFKMAX KNOWLES & CO. 

(smoked), Snow's wharf 
j Gerrish, French, & Co. 21 Com'l 
, Green J. W. 41 Long wharf 
I Howes Richard A. 51 Commercial 
f Jones T. J. & Co. 218 Broad 

Lcavitt li. & Co., Phila. Packet pier 

Mann N. P. & Co. 220 State 
j Mansfield C. 11. & Co. 222 State 
; Marston John & Co. 1 Lewis wharf 
[ Mayo Uriah, Carleton's wharf. E.B. 
i Nickersou E. & Co. V Commerce 
j Nickerson Edward G. 4 2 Long wharf 

Parsons & Co. 2 7 Commercial wharf 

Rich Isaac <\ Co. 35 Commercial 
; SNOW FRANKLIN & CO. 4 Com- 
merce 
j Wheeler F. I). 96 Commercial 
; Whitney A. A. 236 State 
i Whitney Salmon, 38 Long wharf 
; Woodward K. W. & Co. 180 Broad 



Fishing Tackle. 
| Borden. Merriam, & Co. 221 Wash. 
Bradford M. L. & Co. L 78 Wash. 
.'""j l 'omniercial 
i Dock sq. and 15 
Washington 
! Roberts li. 15. 3 Doane 



Lombard Daniel, 93 Chambers 
Lonng 1). F. & E. L. 135 Meridian. 
E.B. 



; WALKER P. II. x CO- 6 Faneuil 

Hall -quau' (see adv. page 614) 
| West J- 52 Dock square 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Flags. 
YALE R. M. 14 Commercial (see 
adv. page 645) 

Flavoring Extract Manufs. 
Burnett Joseph & Co. 27 Central 
Clifford Samuel W. 5 7 Commercial 
Leavitt John L. 64 Broad 
Preston & Merrill, 57 Purchase 

Flax. 
Allen S. M. 23 Congress 
Boston Flax .Mills, Chas. T. Hubbard, 

treaa. S5 Commercial 
Home Flax Co., J. A. Hanson, treas. 

11 Liberty square 

Flour and Grain Dealers. 
Abbot & Cushing, 49 Commercial 
Alden & Spring, 6 7 Commercial 
Allcott & Co. 8 North Market 
Aver & Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Ames A. & J. 72 Commercial 
Baker Timothy, 154 Commercial 
Baleh Wesley P. 28 Blackstone 
Barker H. & Co. 76 Commercial 
Bartlett O. W. & Co. 16 Blackstone 
Belknap & Bovnton, 1 Blackstone 
BEMIS & BROWN, 169 Milk 
.Birchard E. A. & Co. 22 City wharf 
Blagge & Soper, 2 India 
Blake E. N. & Co. 47 Commercial 
Blanchard II. & Co. 65 Commercial 
Bund \ Davenport, 114 Lincoln ' 
Boswbrth C. E. & Co. 98 Lincoln 
BOWDLEAU S. G. & CO. 192 State 

(see adv. page 605) 
Brewer \ Fowle, 68 Commercial 
Brooks, Joslyn, & Co.' 86 &88 Comin'l 
Bryant David, 201 Causeway 
Chadbourn II. 8c Co. '6S Commercial 
Chiekering II. & W. 54 Commercial 
Clap v\ Brother, 173 State 
Clark Moses & Son, 288 Harrison ave. 
Clark & Co. 150 & 152 Blackstone 
Cochran Bros. 138 Blackstone 
Courtney & Bates, 140 Lincoln 
Crockett Brothers, 43 Commercial 
Cr< sby S. & Son, 601 Federal 
Crowell P. & Sons, 70 Commercial 
Cummings G. H. & Co. 46 Comrii'l 
Cutting, Whu-h, & Co. 66 Comm'l 
Dana Thomas \ Co. 176 State 
Davis ,x Crosby, 3o and 32 Commcr'l 
Davis & Dyer, 5 Blackstone 
Davi» & Taylor, 24 Canal 
Dean RusselMc Co. 110 Lincoln 
Demond T. D. 1<)7 Broad 
Dewing & Pierce, 122 Lincoln 
Dickinson I). L. 132 Central 
Dimick Charles, 288 Commercial 
Dodge ^c Stevens, 9 Blackstone 
Dorr Cornelius, 202 State (flour) 
Dotyfc Dyer, 34 Broad 
Dunham & Darling, 9 and 11 Comm'l 
Dyer S. II. & Co. 34 Broad 



Draper, Baker, & Co. 145 Blackstone 
Edgerly Daniel. 1*5 Cambridge 
Edgerly ('has. B. 3 fc 4 Comtu'l whf. 
Edmands James F. <s: Co. 1 7 j Mate 
Edwards & Stearns, Milldara 
Ellis S. A. 21 Central square, E. B. 
Erskine John K. 50 Meridian 
FaberK Pull. mi, 154 North 
FAXON BROTHERS, 156 State 
Felt & Chase, 29 Commercial 
Fisher H. B. & Co. 40 Loie_ r whan' 
Galligan P. & Co. 10 Lewis E. B. 
Gates George F. 5 Commerce (ilour) 
George & Shackford, 218 Mate 
Gilman E. & Son, 28 Merchants row 
Gould & Moore, 173 Harrison avenue 
Grant S. M. 276 Harrison avenue 
Greenough James, 47 Commercial 
Griggs Benjamin F. 354 Shawmut 

aveenue 
Hager G. W. & J. B 37 Long wharf 
HALE J. M. & CO. 6 Blackstone 
Harvey Chas. C. & Co. 10 Comm'l 
Hatch W. & Co. 65 Chatham 
Hathaway & Langdon, 1S6 State 
Henry W. G. & Co. 50 Leverett 
Herrick Samuel K. 1 Haverhill 
Hicks & Hathaway, 3 Commerce 
Hills & Brother, 117 South &68 Utica 
Hinman & Co. 78 Commercial 
Holmes F. M. 40 and 42 Commercial 
Hudson & French, 14 Com'l (brokers) 
Humphrey, Fiske, & Co. 214 State 
Humphrey Wm. E. & Co. 50 Com'l 
Johnson E. D. & Co. 39 Lincoln 
Jones & Young, 108 &110 Blackstone 
Kemble & Hastings, 69 Commercial 
Kingsbury T. & F. 276 cS: 280 Fed'l 
Lanes & Wood, 200 State 
Learnard, Chandler, & Co. 152 Mate 
Lincoln & Beal, 124 Commercial 
Lord, Stone, & Co. 8 Blackstone 
May Wm. & Co. 145 Milk . 
Maynard & Sons, 34 Commercial 
MESERVE WM. N. 20 X. Market 
Monks Richard J. 113 South 
Moore, Aver. & Co. 7 Blackstone 
Morse E. & Co. 84 Commercial 
Munroe E. jr. & Co. .250 Commercial 
MUNROEI. W. ^Co. 5 Commercial 
Munroe Otis, 92 Commercial 
Nash Wm. W. 69 Commercial 
Parker 6c Hodgkins, 51 Commercial 
Parker & Carey, 3 S. Market 
Pa<*c, Kidder, & (\). 12 Blackstone 
Peck S. C. 19 Blackstone 
Perry, Fuller, & Co. 25 Fulton 
Pitcher, Fuller, c\ Co. 200 Comm'l 
Plumer & Co. 173 State 
Porter & Co. 274 Broad'y & 883 Broad 
Rand J. A. & Co. 142 Blackstone 
Uobin>on cS; Dodge, 32 Canal 
Sawin «S: Edwards, 15 Blackstone 
Scudder Harvey & Co. 21 Comm'l 
Shepard C. II. & Co. 8 N. Market 



FLOUR AND GRAIN DEALERS 



FRUIT. 



430 



Smith W. D. & Co. 22 Blackstone I Fringes and Tassels Manufs. 

Steere & Gates, 80 Commercial j 

Stewart, Walker, ik Co. 17 and lft Burr, Brown, & Co. 83 Devonshire 

Blackstone Dexter, Lambert, & ( o. 26 Devonshire 

Surette & Whitney, 62 Commercial .' ?}*$** P"? 1 "*™' 221 Washington 
Swinerton Chas. E. 16 Canal Hubbard Dudley, 120 Iremont, and 

Tate, Stone, & Dodse, 48 Commercial L Vi V" 1 *?* 

Tilton John G. 201 Causeway > ™Y** T M - M - & ( "• i: ' ^ N inU ' r ( deal *) 

Tisdale, Wilde, & Co. 67 Commercial . U alkt ' r Samuel, 176 Harrison avenue 
Tower & Joy, 55 Commercial 
Towne & Washburn, 184 State 



, Fruit. (Foreign and Domestic.) 



Townsend I. P. & Co. 3 Commercial 
Upham G. P. & Co. 206 State 
Vinal Hammond W. 112 Commercial 
Vinal Quincy A. 44 Commercial 
Wheeler J. P. jr. 31 Commercial 



Baker G. iSc Co. 1 Merchants row 
Barrett ^\ Hooper, 11 South Market 
l>lake G. T. 89 Union 
Bliss & Co. 4 7 Chatham 
Brown A. S. & J. llu State 



Whitcher & Stratton, 21 Charlestown : Buttrick O., Commercial, corner N« 
"White James & Co. 49 Lincoln I Market 

Whittemore George & Co. 218 State: CHAFFEE CEO. R. 254 Broadway 
Willcutt A. N. 99 Charlestown ! Chandler C. N. 31 Water 

Williams E. & Co. 208 State \ Cole & Bobbins, 18 Broad 

Woodward, Brown, & Co. 28 S. Market j CONANT J. F. & CO. 50 Chatham 
Wright & Whitcomb, 2 Chatham row ; Conners ,\ Mealey, 1 Bromfield 

Crocker S. 1*. 57 Chatham 
Currier & Dean, 15 Merchants row 
Davis A. It. 28 Union 
Doane S. P., 13 N. Market 
Edwards & Stearns. 19 7 Washington 
Flint E. S. & Co. 14 Merrimac 



Flower Pots. 
Story Joseph, 112 Tremont 

Forges. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, 



Marion, E. B. (see adv. last white ; Gage { M ^ 49 Sudbury 

tj^^n/w rnppr r<n \i • 1 ' Galvin John & Co. 61 Tremont 
BOSTON FORGE CO. Maverick, Greenwood w . A . 32 Union 
L. B. (see adv. page i 90) 



Commercial Point Forge, Dearborn, 

Robinson, & Co. 14 Kilby 
LAZELL, PERKINS, k CO. 28 

Broad (see adv. page 756) 
Pembroke Forge Co. 965 Federal, W. 

E. Coffin & Co. agents, 103 State 
Sturtevant B. F. 72 Sudbury 
Sylvester John, 81 State (bolt iron) 

Forwarding Agents. 

(See Transportation Agents.) 



HARTFORD & GARDNER, 11 Mer- 
chants row 
Ilobbs & Dale, 16 Commercial 
Jones & Farley, 135 State 
Kent Samuel P. 8 Kneeland 
Lawrence Charles, cellar 6, New Fan- 

euil Hall market 
Lincoln R. & Co. 12 Essex 
Lovejoy A. W. & Co. 30 Broad 
Martin George E. 503 Washington 
Merritt .Sc Richardson, 1 Faneuil Hall 



s< [uare 

BOYLE JAMES O. 8c CO. 21 India Moore Samuel E. 1 Water 

wharf (see adv. page 605) I Mullen M. Ill Beach 

-n , -n i Paine B. F. 33 Dock square 

Foundry Facings. | Palmer j p & D R £ Tn , mQnt 

DEVEREUX A.F. & CO. 8 Central Perrv L. 62 Harrison avenue 



(see adv. page 624) 

Foundry and Tinmen's Fur- 
nishing Goods. 

DOVER STAMPING CO.. Good- 
rich & Whitney, prop. 88 cN: 90 North 



Freestone and Bluestono. 

Baldwin & Emerson, Ply mp ton., near 

Harrison avenue, and 23 State 
Caren John, Foundry street 
Foote John, 400 Charles 
Grant Michael, 23 State 
MEAXY EDWARD F. New Albany, Tyler J. C. & Co. 

opposite Dedham, and 23 State (>ee Washburn & Co. 100 Tremont 

adv. page 609) ' 



Philbrook Brothers, 141 Blackstone 
Pierce & Buchanan, 9 Merchants row 
Richer W. K. 18 Faneuil Hall - 
Russell ^ Willey, 19 Merchants row 
Shebem J. L. & Co. 59 Leverett 
Silsby B. F. 1 Brattle 
Southmayd J. K., Tremont. corner 

Bromfield 
Spear & Co. 5 Bro id 
Stratton & Moors, 14 Broad 
Ti\ i ir Emery, 5 1 >ock Eujuare 
TLTTLE & CUTTER, 119 Ti 

(sec adv. page 635 | 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Fur Dealers. (Skins.) 
(See also Furriers.) 
Bates Martin & Sons, 27 Elm 
Dodd Geo. D. ISO Milk 
Dodd Horace, J 30 Milk 
Dodd Timothy, 130 Milk 
Kichborn Brothers, 88 Water 
Grinnell C. B. & Samuel Emmes, ; 

Elm 
Packard & Barnes, 365 Washington 
Paul J. Goo Washington 

Fur Dresser. 

CAIILANE DANIEL, 30 Exchange 
Mc Gin nis Constant, 43 Way 

Furnaces and Ranges. 



( Brabrook E. II. 4 Union & 2 Friend 

Brainard J. L. & Co. 55 Charlestown 

BRAMAN, SHAW, & C<>. 27 Sud- 
bury and 33 Portland (see adv. page 
783) 

Brooks W. P. B. Hi Blackstone 

BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 and 
511 Washington (manuf. see adv. 
page 776) 

Carstensen A. 4* Meridian 

Colby M. 164 Broadway 

Connor Win. 57 Fleet 

COOK C. C. 29 Charlestown (see adv. 
page 622) 

Croome George & Co. 304 Wash. 

Daniels, Kendall, & Co. 25 Sudbury 

Day II. B. 67 Leverett 



BENT, GRIFFITH, & Co. 11 Mar-IDe Bock & Co. 60 Albany 

shall (see adv. page 606) jDenon P. M. 108 E. Dover [(tables) 

Brvent Walter, 15 School 'Dexter N.S., Border, n. Central sq. 

CARPENTER C. & CO. 11 and 13 Dinsmore James, 308 Hanover 

Union I Dixon C. S. 628 Washington 

CHILSON GARDNER, 99 Black- Dudley O. W. 2<>3 Cambridge 

stone (see adv. inside front cover) Durant James, 39 Kingston 
Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford ! Ellis J. A. & Co. 2 Studio building 

Clapp S. W. & Co. 91 Blackstone (Everett Willard & Co. 130 North 
Dunklee B. W. & Co. 113 Blackstone Fernald &Drew,42 Canal (table manf) 
Edwards Combined Range 6c Furnace Finnegan Anthony, 245 Federal 
, Co. 106 Washington ^ jFlynn David, 51 and 57 Prince 

Faweett & Hawkes, 20 Bedford ; Foley P. 7 7 Salem 

Hanson J. L. & Co. 115 and H7Follis Edward A. 215 Harrison ave. 

Blackstone jFox J. 49 Salem 

Huse Joseph & Son, 97 Blackstone | Gallagher John, 23 Portland 

Gilman & Copeland, 656 Washington 
Graves Samuel, 139 Blackstone 
Grundin C. F. 3 Shoe & Leather 



Haley, Morse, & Bovden. 4U7 Wash. 



Pond vX Dunklee, 87 Blackstone 

Pond Moses & Co. 79 Blackstone 

Read J, M. 7 North 

Seavev & Co. 85 Blackstone 

Smith W. E. & Co. 36 Union IHALLETT JAMES 11. ,^ SON, 17 

SpcnceChas. H., Blackstone, c. North Dock square and 31 Faneuil Hall 

Wadiuan W. B. ion and 1013 Wash. ; square (see adv. page 618) 

Walker Geo. \\\ & Co. 50 Union Haskell A. 57k Tremout row (repairer) 

Washburn W. 7 Change avenue |Harnden S. & Son, 14 Canal 

\Vhit.« William, 13 West Holman R. & Co. 73 Fulton 

W1HTELY EDWARD, 59 Charles- HOLMES F. M. & CO. 188 and 190 

town (see adv. pa«Te 7 77) | Hanover (manuf. see adv. page 7 78) 

^ ., ° / i Hopkins Charles, 39 Cornhill 

Furniture Dealers. Hubbard J. C. 701 Washington 

Adams O. & Son, 51 Broadway Hunkings T. J. 420 Tremout 

Aldrich J. E. 19 Charlestown Ivers S. 144 Blackstone 

Allen A. II. 1 Dock square and 20 Jenkins W. C. ,x Co. 49 Broadway 

Cornhill iJones T. B. ^x Co. 164 Commercial 

Allen, B irtlet, vX Co. 20 Merrimac iKemp Thomas. 20 Charlestown 
Atkins Isaiah, 7 Lewis, E. B. 'Kimball cX Co. 460 Washington 

Ba all William K. 609 and 611 Wash. Kingman J. A. 83 and 98 Merrimac 
Bacon George, *3 Prince (Lawrence, Wilde. ,x Hull, 42 Cornhill 

Barnum ,x Prye, (oUiee) 21 Salem jLibbey Moses II. 194 Broadwav 
Bartlett C. \V. 91 Merrimac (chamber) McCarthy Callahan. 11 Camden 
Beal ^ Hooper, 3 and 4 Holmes block, Mc Cully & Clark. 607 Washington 

Haymarket square (manuf.) McGarrv Charles 26 Charlestown 

Berry George W. ,x Co. 1 and 2 ; McGinnis &MeGowan, 43 Charlestown 

Holmes block, Haymarket square MEAGHER J. W. 3 Chambers (see 
Blake & A Men. 59 Brattle adv. page 7!<7) 

Blake George T. 20 Cornhill Merriam Bro. & Co. 8 Sudbury 

BOYCE BROS. 5i>3 Washington (sec Merriheld Moses, 511 Washington 

adv. page 776) Monroe, Fowle, .x Co. 16 Charlestown 



FURNITURE DEALERS — GAS FITTINGS AND FIXTURES. 4il 



Mulcahy I). 57 Cambridge . (Wormwood O. T. 21 IIi<di 

Murphy Michael, Leverett, corner Wright James 22 Prince 

v B r gh T° U , r t«T? r - Young Addison, 17allarr. avenue 

isealon J. & Co. 13.) Endicott 

NICHOLS \VM. 91 Cross (chairs) Furriors. § 

Noble J. IL 223 Hoover | 5«}rta Lewis, 51 ( 'ambridge 



FliKY FREDERICK, 71 Water 
Hindi 1 George \V. 19 Province 
Hollander J. L. 17:; Washington 
Kakas E. 102 Washington ' 
Leonard C. & Co. 19 Hanover 
Norton Jacob, 1 Franklin avenue 
Pazolt Thomas C. & Son, 3G0 Wash 



Packard P. F. & Sons, 56 Union and 
43 Friend 

Paine J. S. 137 Friend 

PARKER & SLEEPER, 173 Black- 
stone (see adv. page 642) 

Parsons C. W. 301 Hanover 

Parsons & Torrey, 685 Washington 

PATTERSON & LAVENDER, 43 R i«lel & '> Elm 

and 45 Cornhill and 28 Brattle (seej^eis & Zwbjsch, 808 Washingtoi 
adv. page 629) 

Paul & Co. 354 Washington 

Pease Chas. G. & Co. 13 Charlestown 

Phinney & Co. 12 Green 

Pierce, Brown, & Co. 59 Richmond 

Plimpton H. R. & J. L. 652 Washing- 
ton (parlor bedsteads) 

Poor S. jr. 19 Charlestown 

Porter Edwin, 41 Causeway 

PRATT I). G. 58 to 64 Albany 
(manuf. see adv. page 782) 

Putnam & Cochran, 93 Richmond 

Quigley James, 496 Washington 

Richardson, Howard, 6c Co. 5 Charles- 
town 

Riley A. 172 Merrimac 

Robbins Eli W. 132 Cambridge 

Ross J. L. Chardon, opposite Hawkins 
(school) 

Ruddell Wm. 34 Richmond 

Russell Ira & Co. 10 Charlestown 

Russell & Phelps, 19 Brattle 

Sanford, Easte, 6c Co., Haymarketj 
square over B. & M. Depot 

Saunders A. F. & Z. M. 132 Friend 

Scales James, 922 Washington 

Schofield F. F. (second hand) 3681 Askev «.\ Stephenson, 40 Bromfield 
Federal | Beck"& Allen, 95 North 

Severance B. W. 1 and 2 Dock square Bliss & Perkins. 25 and 27 West 



WIDMER THEO. G. 265 Was 

Wolff Adolph, 10 Elm 

Gallery of Fallen Heroes. 
Schwabs L. B. 228 Washington and 

City Hall 

Gas burning Improvements. 

Clark Win. 23 Water 

Lee Daniel, 58 Friend 

MURRAY, OAKES, & CO. (patent 
argand burners), 7 and 11 Haver- 
hill (<ee adv. page 602) 

Porter George W. 81 Washington 
Gas Companies. 

Boston Gaslight Co. W. W. Green- 

^ ough. treasurer and Agent, 20 West 

East Boston Gaslight Co. George H 
1 Mummer, treasurer, 1 Maverick sq.' 

South Boston Gaslight Co. Richard 
Monks, treasurer, 8 Congress square 

Gas Fitter's Stocks and Di°s 

ASHCROFT E. II. 82 Sudbury 
(see adv. page 60-1) 

Gas Fittings and Fixtures. 
Allen B. 38 Portland 



Shackford Edwin, 1006 Washington 
Shattuck W. G. 108 Fulton 
Sibley R. 10 Green 
Sniallwood E. A. 82 Lincoln 
Smith Brothers, 915 Washington 
Sneaden George R. 567 Washington 
Souther, Flint, & Co. 44 and 46 Union 



BRAMAN, DOW, & CO. 3 and 4 
Hayniarket sq. (see adv. pa^e 63->) 

Carl, ton William, 30 Beach 

Clark ..v Fox, 34 La Grange 

DRAKE O. P. & CO. 6 and 8 Bedford 
(see adv. p. 789.) 

Harrington S. basement, SufFolk Mkt. 



Squires Sidney & Co. 577 Washington, llollings R. 14 Beverly 
Starratt 6c Robbins, 5 Union 
Stevens G. W. 601 Washington 
Taylor C. F. 13 Ferry 
Thaver B. 346 Hanover 



Hoop :• II. N. & Co. 60 Commercial 
Kennedy J. 45 Maverick square 
Lee Daniel, 58 Friend 
Lutted Thomas, 223 Broadway 
Treadwell Samuel, 25 Meridian, E. B.j Me Donough J. F. basement, "Suffolk 



True & Josephs, 19 High 
Turner II. A. & Co. 31 West 
Utlev R. G. & Co. (extension tables) 

88 Border, E. B. 
Ware George W. lS: Co. 12 Cornhill 
Wetherbee J. W. & Co. 9 Merrimac 
Whitten 6c Greely, 161 Hanover 
Woodbury is: Gray, 86Lincoln 
" 29 



Market 

McKonnv C. II. 523 Washington 
MORTON & COLCORI), :;; Sud- 

burv (see adv. patre 778) 
[MURRAY, OAKES, & CO. ll Ha- 
verhill (see adv. page 602) 
| Peirce M. W. 50 Portland 
i Perry A. J. & Co. 46 Devonshire 



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Gas Fi'tinq.t, etc. — continued. 
Perry R. G. bo»J Washington 
Shaw W. F. 369 Washington 
Smith & Bullard, ID Washington 
STETSON S. A. & CO. 350 & 352 

Washington (see adv. page 7 7y) 
Tarbell E. & Son, 11 Bromfield 
"Turner & Wan.', 25 Bromfield 
Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 Devonshire 
Whiteley II. 2 Spring lane (refmisher) 
Whitney & Tappan, 15 Winter (whole- 
sale) 
Wtlkins Frederick A. 23 West 
Wood A. II. 86 Court (regulator) 
Gas Lighter Manufacturers. 
Electric Gas Lighter Co. O. W. 
Rogers, agent, 154 Tremont 
Gas-Meter Manufacturers. 
American Meter Co. 23 West 
Glover Thomas, 49 Kingston 
Tufts Brothers, 42, 44, and 46 Sudbury 

Gas-Pipe Fitters. 
BEACH ALLEN, 10 Hawkins (see 

adv. page 797) 
Bliss & Perkins, 25 and 27 West 
Bosworth B. S. & N. 8 Pleasant 
BRAMAN, DOW, & CO. 3 and 4 
Hay market square (see adv. p. 632) 
Garruthers & Co. 52 Maverick square 
Rollings R. 14 Beverly 
Kennedy J. 45 Maverick sq. E. B. 
Kirby Charles A. 4 Boylston 
Langley, Carbee, & Co., Border, near 

Central sq. E. B. 
Lee Daniel, 58 Friend 
Lutted Thomas, 223 Broadway 
MURRAY, OAKES, & CO. 7 and 11 

Haverhill (see adv. page 602) 
Perhani John, 52 Sudbury 
Perry A. J. <S: Co. 46 Devonshire 
Pierce Charles, 56 Charles 
Pike John, 20 Charlestown 
Sawyer E. G. 13 City Hall avenue 
Shaw W. F, 369 Washington 



STETSON S. A. & CO. 350 and 352 *Hawley T. R. & Co. 12 EI 



STETSON S. A. & CO. 350 and 352 
Washington (see adv. page 7 79; 

Gas-Works Manufacturers. 
Appleton J. C. 100 Sudbury 

Automatic Gas Machine Co. 52 Brom- 
field 

DRAKE O. P. & CO. 6 and ^Bedford 
(see adv. p. 789.) 

Union Gaslight Co. 40 Bromfield, O. 
Tirrill, agent 

Gent's Furnishing Stores. 
* Wholesale. 
*Ashwell Edward S. 8 Arch 
Bacon Robert ik Co. 32 7 Washington 
Bartlett C. S. & Co. 33 Exchange 
Bent & Flinn, 148 Hanover 
*Bliss, Whiting, Pierce, & McKenna, 

16 Franklin 
BOISE L. D. & CO. 154 Wash. 
Brighara Wm. P. & Co. 6 Federal 
Butler Altbrd, 181 Washington 
Chaffin John C. 186 Washington 
Cleaveland E. R. 12 Tremont row 
Corthell, Noyes, & Co. 9 and 11 Wash. 
*Damon, Temple, & Co. 83 Devonshire 
Eager George R. 7 Maverick sq. E. B. 
De Mortie & Watson, 1 Cambridge 
*Evans A. A. 37 Summer (paper 

collars) 
Fowle H. 24 Washington 
Freeman, Carev, & Co. 155 Wash. 
GLAZIER, MARFAN, & CO. 7 7 

Summer (see adv. page 646) 
George A. 1). & Chipman G. E. 93 

Court 
Gove A. B. 8 Hanover 
Gove & Brothers, 72 Hanover 
Gowing Oscar, 176 Washington 
Hamblin, Farr, & Co. 6ti3 Washing- 
ton, and 50 Hanover 
Hardy G. A. & M. R. 28 Washington 
*Hatch, Johnson, & Co. 5 Morton pi. 
*Hawley F. A. & Co. 13 Otis and 24 
Arch 



Washington (see adv. page 7 79) 
Tarbell E. & Son, 11 Bromfield 
Turner & Ware, 25 Bromfield 
White Danford, 6 Friend 
WHITNEY E. 61 Charlestown (see 

adv. p. 7 71.) 
Wood Win. A. 710 Washington 
Woodman E. 9} Court avenue 
Wright R. A. 2 7 Charlestown 

Gas-Pipe 'Manufacturers. 
Boston Bitumenized Pipe Co. 23 Con- 
gress 
DAVIS & FARNUM, 82 Washing- 
ton, factory at Waltham (see adv. 
page 614) 

Gas Stoves. 
Read J. M. 95 North 
Shaw W. F. 869 Washington 



*Heard & Rickard, 263 Washington 
Henderson & Stanwood, 2 Court 
Ilewins & Hollis, 209 Washington 
Jacobs ^ Deane. 190 Washington 
Judge J. D. & Co. 371 Washington 
Kelley John T. & Co. 121 Washington 
Lane George II. & Co. 31 & 32 Dock 

square 
Earned Charles, 26 BromnYld 
*Leiand, Johnson, & Co. 81 Devon. 
Lyon George & Co. 158 Washington 
Lyons, Shuman, <Sc Co. lo2 Devon- 
shire 
Maeomber J. B. 69 Washington 
Macullar, Williams, & Parker, 194 

Washington 
Maguire John M. 415 Washington 
•March Brothers, Pierce, & Co. 10 < >'• ■* 
Merriam Wm. C. 243 Washington 



GENT'S FURNISHING STORES — GLASS CUTTERS, ETC. 443 



Merrill Lewis II. W. 97 Washington ' Pn^c & Hardinff. 189 State (window! 
MORSE, LEOPOLD, & CO. 2'J and Phoenix Glass Co., J. B. Callender, 

30 Dock sq. (see adv. page 607) 



Newman II. J. 462 Washington 
*Noyes Charles A. & Co. 58" Federal 
Palmer J. P. 580 Washington 
Reeves Wm. C. 431 Washington 
Robinson Wm. H. 137 Court 
Sawyer G. A. 317 Washington 
Simmons G. W. & Co. 3 1 North 
*Simons Brothers & Co. 8 Otis 
Stevenson W. W. & Co. 509 Wash. 
Stuart & Co. 2 Union 
Tufts Quiney, 105 Washington 
Walker Brothers, 33 Exchange 
*Weil Charles & Co. 48 Summer 
*Winslow George S. & Co. 1 and 

Arch 
*Witherell W. B. & Co. 56 Summer 
Gilders of Picture Frames, &c. 
Arms T. A. 270 Washington 
Andrews Jacob R. 30 La Grange 
BOOS T. 391 Kingston (see adv. p. 

622 
Cabot Jos. F. & Bro. 89 Sudbury 
Cass J. H. & Son, 12G Federal 
Childs & Jenks, 127 Tremont 
DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Washington (see adv. p. 605) 



N. 



a<j.-nr. 11 t W.-thT 

I PORTLAND GLASS CO., J. 

Chapman, agent, 82 Water 
SUFFOLK GLASS CO., J. Jenkins, 

treasurer, and G. S. Laselle, agent, 

^ 78 Water 
' Union Gla^s Co., J. P. Gre^orv, a t. 
! 115 Milk 

(Importers of Plato. Glass.) 
BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 511 

| Washington (see adv. page 776) 
j Childs & Junks, 127 Tremont 
i Damon, Sherburne, & Co. 20 Canal 
3 HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, 
i 39 Klin (see adv. page 628) 
i MEYER CIIAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 
Holmes block, I lay market sq. and 
105 and 107 Friend (see adv. pa^e 
G2U) l ° 

Page & Harding, 189 State 
Soule John & Co. 131 North 
TUTTLE, GAFFIELD, & CO., 10 

Merchants row (sec adv. p. 772) 
Williams & Everett, 231 Washington 



Glass Ware Deafen 



DewevF. O. 29 M* 



Hatch Wm. 460 Washington 

Hoch J. & E. 118 Court 

Lombard Solomon T. 25 Howard (hat i 

tip; 

Maloney Patrick, 811 Washington 

MEYER CIIAS. E. & CO. 7 and .8 I Williams Wm. B. Ill .Milk 
Holmes' block, and 105 Friend (see i FOS I 



MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 620) 
Nicholson Wm. C. 4 7 Broad 
ROGERS & CO. 105, 107, and 109 

Federal (see adv. page 643) 



adv. page 629) 
Olsson J. F. 1 Province, cor. School 
Ross & Hatchman, 480 Washington 
Sinclair Duncan D. 18 West 
Stromberg F. C. 55 Hanover 
Tolman L. A. 803 Washington 
Ward Joseph, 125 Washington 
Webster John E. 204 Washington 
Williams & Everett, 234 Washington 
Glass. 
(Flint Glass Manufacturers.) 
BOSTON FLINT GLASS WORKS 

C. F. Wyman. agt., 72 Kilby (see 

adv. pacrc 78 7) 
BAY STATE GLASS CO., S. Slo- 

comb, agt. 54 Kilby 
Boston and Sandwich Glass Co., S. II. 

Fessenden. agt., 26 Federal 
B.OSTON SILVER GLASS CO., 

Young & Haines, agts., 121 Milk 
Cape Cod Glass Co.. II. F. Higginson. 

treasurer, 102 Milk 
Massachusetts Glass Co. 22 Congress 

(green) 
MOUNT WASHINGTON GLASS 

WORKS, Wm. L. Libbey,61 Milk 
N. E. Glass Co., Henry Whitney, agt. 

45 Battervmareh 



stone (bottles and druggists' ware, 
sec adv. page 788) 

Dealers in Window Glass. 
BAILEY JOB F., 558 Washington 

( see adv. pi_re 6_>S) 
! BOLLS LEVI. Sudbury, cor. Hay- 
market sou ire , 
| COOK J. M. 131 to 141 Congress 

(see adv. pa«u 780) 
■HILLS. TURNKR, & HARMON, 

39 Elm (importers, see adv. p. 628) 

MEYERS ('HAS. E. & CO. 7 and S 

: Holmes block, Haymarket square, 

(importers, see adv. page 62:)) 
I TUTTLE, GAFFIELD, & CO., 10 

Merchants row (importers, see adv. 

page 772) 

Glass Cutters and Engravers. 

Rranizan & Cuddy, 21 Harvard place 
COOK J. M. 131 to til Congress 

(see adv. page 780) 
Kellev Henry. 2 Spring lane 
Mattoni Carl, 50 Rromlield 
Rice, Fierce, & Co. 118 Congress 
Slavin, Crumley, & Qainn, lot Con- 
gress 
West Samuel, l'J Harvard place 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Glass Stainers. 
COOK J. M. 131 to Ml Congress J 

(sec adv. page 780) 
West Samuel, 19 Harvard place 

Glaziers' Points & Diamonds. 

HILLS, TURNER, & PI ARM ON, 

39 Elm (see adv. page 628) 
MEYER C1IAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 

Holmes block and 105 and 107 

Friend (see adv. page 629) 
TUTTLE, GAFFIELD, & CO. 10 

Merchants row (see adv. page 7 72) 
WASHBURN B. I). 131 Congress 

(see adv. page 640) 

Globe Manufacturers. 
Joslin Gilman, 5 Mt. Vernon avenue 

Gloves and Mittens. 

(French Kids.) 

Judson G. C. & Co.(manuf. buckskin) 

Summer, c. Devonshire 
Kent M. A. 49 Summer 
Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange '(buck- 
skin) 
Sparrow Knowles, 25 Hawley 

Glue Manufacturers. 

BAEDER & ADAMSON, 18 Black- 
stone (seeadv. page 631) 

Banker 6c Carpenter (sheet), 107 
State 

Capen, Sherman, & Co., 8 Custom- 
house street 

Essex Glue Co., Walker & Brother, 
17 Merchants row 

MERRILL BROTHERS, 213 and 
215 State (see adv. page 769) 

Rich & Leman, 7 7 Kilby 

Upton <Sc Co. 51 Kilby 

Wills H. G. & Co. 146 and 148 Con- 

• gress 

Gold- and Silver Refiner. 
Guild Samuel F. 16 Devonshire 
Gold Beaters. 

Bacon Warren, 12 Province 

Davis G. W. 17 Spring lane 

Drew Joseph L. & Son, 33 Devonshire 

Hood Bios. 6 Trcmont 

Lothrop E. W. 16 Harvard place 

Gold Toil. (Fur Dentists.) 

Bacon Warren, 12 Province 
Chevalier.!: 1). & Sons, 32 Winter 
WHITE S. S. 16 Tremont row (see 
adv. opp. page 385) 

Gold Mining Companies. 

Acadia Gold Mining Co.. H. W. Nel- 
son, treas. 24 City Exchange 
Alliance Mining Co. 39 State, room 16 
American Gold Mining Co., Albert 
Ca.se, treas. 7 Phoenix building 



Bay State Mining Co., Wm. L. Can- 
dler, treas. 13 Exchange, room 17 

Boston & Nova Scotia Gold Mining 
Co., Chas. Barrett, treas. 13 Doane 

Bullion Consolidated Mining Co., J. 
P. Whitney, treas. 19 Lindail 

Canadian Gold Mining Co., Albert 
Case, treas. 7 Phoenix building 

Central City Gold Mining Co. 15 
Phoenix building 

Colorado Gold Mining Co., Rodney 
M. McLaughlin, treas. 39 Kilby 

Cook Gold Co., Joseph Harden, tr is. 
10 Phoenix building 

Egyptian Gold Mining Co. of Colo- 
rado, W. D. Briggs, treas. 17 State 

Excelsior Gold Mining Co., John 
Wethcrbee, treas. 11 Phoenix bid f. 

Fairfield Gold Mining Co., W. B. 
Weston, treas. 46 India wharf 

Gilbert River & Stafford Cbaudiere, 
C. E. Jackson, treas. 41 Kilby 

Halifax Gold Mining Co., Albert 
Case, treas. 7 Phoenix building 

Illinois Gold Mining Co., John Weth- 
erbee, treas. 11 Phoenix building 

Incas Silver Mining Co., J. P. Whit- 
ney, treas. 19 Lindall 

Lost Mountain Gold Mining Co. John 
Wetherbee, treas. 11 Phoenix bldg. 

Nacoochee Hydraulic Mining (.<•.. 
Fred'k Beck, treas. 58 City £xch. 

Ophir Gold Mining Co., Chas. Barrett, 
treas. 13 Doane 

Rosecrans Gold Mining Co., John 

' Wetherbee, treas. 11 Phoenix bid*;. 

Shawmut Gold Mining Co., J. H. 
Goodrich, treas. 55 Congress 

Stewart Gold Mining Co., Chas. Dur- 
ham, treas. 31 Exchange 

Tornweso Gold Mining Co.. Albert 
Case, treas. 7 Phoenix building 

Waverly Gold Mining Co., A. D. 
Lamson, treas. 70 State 

Gold Pen Manufacturers. 

Farnsworth George E. 91 Washingt. 
Snow F. W. 9 5 \ Washington 

Gold Platers. 
RICHARDS H.M. JEWELRY CO 

7 Green, c. Chardou (see adv. page 
611) 

Grain. (Darin/.) 
VAN NOSTRAND W. T. 118 Lin- 
coln (see adv. page 610) 

Grain Elevators. 
City -wharf, office 69 Clinton 
Commercial Wharf Elevator, 36 ( • 

mercial wharf 
Stebbins & Anderson. 46 to 53 i.' 

ern avenue 
Suffolk Mill, Smith & Wheeler, 22 

Eastern avenue 



GRAINING MACHINE — GROCERS. 



445 



Graining Machine. , BatcheMer, Mann, & Co. 20 State 

Mason Thomas & Co. 32 Faneuil Hall BEAL BENJ. V. \ Central * 



square 

Granite Dealers. 
Ames Ezra, 23 State 
Barker, Wright, & Co. 23 State 
BLESSINGTON PETER, 23 State j 
Chapin E. S. 23 State 
Churchill, Williams, & Co. 23 State 



Clapp & Ballou, 23 State 
Corliss D. G. & Co.' 23 Stc 



State 



Davis & Goodrich, order box 23 State 
Perry C. T. (sea wall) 23 State 
Farwell George W. 444 Federal 
Frederick & Field, 23 State 
Gilbert Avery W. 198 Causeway 
Gilnian J. F. & F. L. 23 State 
Granite Railway, 23 State, and 

Traveller building 
Hardwiek C. jr. & Co. 23 State 
Hosley & Russell, 438 Federal and 23 



Birchard, Torrer, & Co. 183 State 
Vmirns & Hiattuek, 165 Milk 
Brooks II. C. & Co. 4 Lewis wharf 
Callender Henry & Co. l Commercial 

Carr, Chi-.-, & Raymond, 227 Mat.; 
Carter, Mann, & Co. 43 and 47 Water 
Chandler Benj. .'5 7 Ferry 
Clallin. Saville, & Co. 8*S. Market 
Col.> M. J. & Co. ::s India 
CONANTJ. F. & CO. 50 Chatham 
Conants & Sanborn, 17 S. Market 
Conlon John & Co. 134 Lincoln 
Cooley I). 38 Central whan" 
Dana," Hyde, & Co. 83 Broad 
j Dana Thomas \ Co. 176 State 
! Danforth, Seudder, & Co. 203 State 
I Demond Thomas D. 107 Broad 
17 i Dorr, Parks, & Co. 2 Commerce 
| Drapers & Co. 21 South Market 
Edson Geo. L. 240 Commercial 



State 



[Poplar, and 23 State 



! Farrinstons, Tozier. & Hall. 146 State 



Hutchinson D. C. 340 Charles, foot 

Jameson J. 23 State 

Lyons John S. 23 State 

Mitchell Granite Co. 41 Kilby, and 

23 State, C Mitchell rreas. 
Parker Artemus & Co. 23 State 
Ricker, Lyons, & Co. 23 State 
Rockport Granite Co., J. Samson, agt. 

31 State 
Rogers O. T. & Co. 23 State 
Sanborn A. C. 23 State 
Sargent E. C. 23 State 
Sheldon O. E. 31 and 23 State 

Granular Fuel. 
HALL WILL ARD M. foot oi Fay- 
ette 
- Grinding. {Tools.) 
Miles Wm. 10 Clinton 
Norton Edward, 3'J3 Federal 



Fell. 



Weeks, & Co. S9 Broad 



Grindstones. 
LOMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis wharf, | 

and 9 T wharf (see adv. page G17) j 
READ, STEVENSON, & GO. 242 | 

Federal (see adv. page 780) 
SEAMAN J. T. &"CO. Sargent's! 

wharf, near old ferry 

Grist Mills. 

Mclaughlin g. t. & co. 120! 

Fulton 

Grocers. 
Wholesale. 

Allen Daniel & Co. 14i) Blackstone 
Allen & Woodworth. 195 State 
Allison & Mason, 310 Broad 
Avers & Eaton, 50 Central 
Babeock & Coolidge, 21 S. Market 
Baker C. & J. F. & Co. 107 Com 
mereial and 24 Commerce 



Fenno & Co. 234 State 
GammansJ. jr. 7a Commercial 
(Jay Timothy & Co. 22 India 
Good now I). ,s: Co. 91 and 93 Com'l 
j Goodnow E. G. ii India 
Goodnow (i. & Co. 29 South Market 
Grav Allen F. 1 70 and 172 Com'l 
Hall M. L. ScCo.34 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Haskell & Adams, 219 State 
Holmes O. ISO State 
| Ilurd (J. F. & B. ^ Co. 5 and G South 
.Market 
Jackson & Norris, 111 State 
Kaulbaek John G. jr. 12S Water 
Melntvre P. & Co. 196 Commercial 
Meredith II. 19 Elm 
Meriam S. & \V. .\ CO. 39 S. Market 
MUXROE I. W. & CO. 5 Comm'l 
N. E. P. Union, — Central Agency, 
Daniel Allen ,\: Co. 151 Blackstone 
Nowell J. A. ion Blackstone 
Nunn v\ Reed, 103 North 
Parker, Morse, vS: Caldwell, 1 Com- 
merce, and 13 City wharf 
Peirce Silas ,\: Co. 59 and Gl Comm'l 
PEIPvCE, DANA, & CO. 40 and 42 

Broad 
Pendleton & Rose, 308 Broad 
Perry Augustus B. & Co. 232 State 
Puillbrook & Tucker, 103 & 105 Black- 

stouc 
Pierce S. S., Court, cor. Tremont 
Pratt L. ('■ & Co, 21G Stare 
Band, Crafts, ,\ Co. is t State 
Rice F. & F. & Co. 11 Broa I 
i Rich .Tohu \ Co. lo4 Commercial 



Rich M; 

Kielia. 

11. 

Ri 

Broad 



thias & Co. 11 N. Market 
Is. Adams, & ( o. 23j State 
irtd J. W. & A. 1 IS Blackstone 
nson, Nourse, & Raymond, 87 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. 
Rogers A. C. & Co. 14 Comm'l wharf 
Rvder & Hardy, 63 Commercial 
Sawtell A. & Co. .3:5 South Market 
Soars & Co. 1 78 & ISO State 
Seavey-T. II. 7 Fulton 
Shapleigh S. C, Sons, & Nash, 19 and 

20 India 
Sleeper S. S. & Co. 35 South Market 
Smith YV\ D. & Co., Blackstone, corner j 

North 
Stearns Wm. & Co. 60 Chatham 
Stedman, Thayer, & Co. 91 Broad 
Talbot G. P. & Co. 11 Central wharf 
Tate, Stone, & Dodge, 48 Commercial 
Torrey George W. & Co. 25 South 

Market 
Treat Albert, 45 Commercial 
Yittum, Wentworth, & Faxon, 6 Com- 
merce 
Wadley, Jones, & Co. 5 India, and 8 

Broad 
Waite J. M. & Co. 90 Blackstone 
Waldron B. F. 186 Commercial [ham 
WASON,PEIRCE. & CO. 61 Chat- 
Wiggins, Morse, & Co. 105 State 
Winchester, Upham, & Co. 95 Broad 
Winslow & Myrick, 199 State 

Retail. 

Abbott & Co. 159 Hanover 
Abbott James E. 110 Pleasant 
Adams C. II., Lincoln, cor. Essex 
Adams, Fessenden, & Co. 177 Court 
Adams Luther, r,."> Knecland 
Ames T. P. 34 Oak 
Anderson W. 11 Phillips 
Andrews Charles. 28 Kneeland 
Austin G. II. & Co. 51 North Market 
Avers George, 383 Charles 
Balfe Thomas, Fourth, corner A 
Bannon Matthew. 69 Albany 
Barry John* 119 Charlestow'n 
BARRY J. H., Fourth, corner P. 
Barry Patrick, 700 Federal 
Bartlett A. M. Mrs. 82 W. Sumner, 

E. B. 
Bartlett & Davton, 49 Leverett 
Barton F. W."& Co. 135 Tyler 
Baxter George, jr. 171 Broadway 
BEAL BENJ. F. 4 Central wharf 
Beatty Robert, 42 Kingston 
Berrygan Win. 25 7 Second 
Biekford W. 1). 148 Broad 
Bicknell X. B. \ Go. 41 Howard 
Bird & Brother, 81 Concord 
Bixby Elbridge S. 5 Central square 
BlackstafFT. I)., Second, corner D 
Blarney X. T. & Co. 7 7 Second 
Bianey Daniel, 18 South Margin 
Bond & Winch, 264 Broadway 
Bonner Dennis, 15 7 Endicott 
Bonney II. T. & Co. 458 Washington 
Bonne v & Shapleigh. 165 Meridian, 

E. B. 



Bowe P., I, corner Second 

Brady Thomas, l 13 Harrison avenue 

Brady John J. 73 Albany 

Brennan M. 211 Congress 

Brett John. 324 Federal 

Briggs A. II., Broadway, cor. Dorch. 

Brooks John C. 6 Lowell 

Brooks Lorin S. 22 E^cx 

Brown Dennis, 102 Warren 

Brown J. A. & Co. '.) Central sq. E. B. 

Bryden W. R., Curve, cor. Tyler 

Buckley John, 126' Albany 

BufFum Carlon, 103 Friend 

Bullard B. F: S. 29 Dorchester 

BULLARD N. G. & CO. 190 'and 

192 Harrison avenue 
Burke Wm., Everett, corner Cottage 
Bullock Albert, 16 Causeway 
Burns Wm. 130 Prince 
Buxton Henrv, 188 Salem 
Callahan Ellen, 172 Federal 
Canny II. 175 Endicott 
Canny P. 411 Hanover 
Carr John, 30 Andover 
Casey John, 8 Travers 
Caswell Thomas, 46 Prince 
Cavanaugh James, 22 Genesee 
Caverly & Sanger, 93 Charlestown 
Cawley Dennis, jr. 1 74 Endicott 
Chaffee Georce A. 24 Pincknev 
Chaffee Wm. R. 79 Concord 
Chapin Wm. W. 50 Pleasant 
Chessman & Willard, 80 Meridian 
Chester J. II. 26 Dover 
Clapp David, 763 Tremont 
Clapp F. A., Dorchester, c. Mercer 
Clark A. II. & Co. 34 Causeway 
Clark Owen, 16 Lowell 
Clark P. J. 72 Merrimac 
Clark & Reed, 126 and 128 Leverett 
Clear Richard, 130 Kneeland 
Clifford J. 108 Warren 
Cobb C. D. & Bros. 550 Washington, 

and 140 Hanover 
Cobb Edward, 112 Cambridge 
Coblei^h George, 164 Salem 
Cochrane P. R. 86 Canton 
Coffey Daniel, 162 Federal 
Cohen Sarah, 129 Cambridge 
Cole A. F. 93 Broadway 
Collins John, 131 Endicott 
Collins John, 177 Friend 
Collins Patrick, 20 Fleet 
Colman Joseph, 161 Salem 
Conant John P. :»7 Leverett 
Conley D. 43 Emerald 
Council Patrick. 91 Essex 
Connor P. O. 5 7 Lincoln 
Cook Thomas, 38 Cooper 
Coolednv L. A., Beach, cor. Kington 
Cooledge Lemuel A. jr. 116 Salem 
Cottle Jonathan. 26 Congrcsa 
Coughlan C. II. 100 Kneeland 
Coughlan Owen, 367 Elarrison ave. 
Coughlan Thomas, 429 Harrison a>>'- 



GROCERS. 



417 



Cbughlin Thomas, 170 Endicott 
Crawford & Case, 1221 Washington 
Crosby J. F. 141} Shawmut avenue 

Cross Amos G., Dorchester, c. Seventh 
Cummings Patrick, 213 Cambridge 
Cunningham 1)., Goddard, corner E. 
Cunningham M. A. 1 1 2 Northampton 
Currier A. A. 3 Charles 
Currier & Boutwell, 102 Blackstone 
Cushman & Co. 1 30 Shawmut avenue 
Darling & Ham, 115 Tyler 
Day & Co. 50 Bromfield 
Day & Spauldin-r. 131 Meridian, KB. 
Deerv W. 05 West Castle 
DEYINE JAMES. 196 Eourth 
Dewing & Pierce. 122 Lincoln 
Dillon F. 98 Chelsea, E. B. 
Dimond George, $2 Harrison avenue 
Doe William G., Federal, cor. High 
Doherty Edward* 159 Everett 
Doherty George, Endicott, c. Thacher 
Doherty Henry, Harrison avenue, cor. 

East Dedham 
Doherty Hugh, 30 Cooper 
Doherty John, 136 Prince 
Dohertv N. 176 North 
Doherty T. US Prince 
Dole Brothers, 58 Portland 
; Donnelly E. C. 43 Lowell 
Donnelly Patrick, 31 Maiden 
Donovan J. 0. 71 Suffolk 
Donovan M. II. 180 Harrison avenue 
Downing John, 108 Princeton 
Driscoll Dennis, 72 Dedham 
Driscoll Patrick, 75 Kingston 
Duane J. II. 91 East Sumner, E. B. 
DufTee John, 240 Friend 
Duffy Edward, 18 Lancaster 
Dugan D. C. 325 Federal 
Dunn P., Broadwav, corner O 
Dutton John. 128 Chelsea. E. B. 
Dyer Margaret, 34 Bridge 
Eames C. W. 183 Meridian, E.'B. 
Eaton Chas. F. 45 Long wharf 
Eaton Eben B. 16 Pleasant 
Edwards & Stearns, 197 Washington 
Elkins C. EL, Myrtle, cor. Anderson 
Elkins J. G., Blossom, corner Vine 
Ellis W. F. 451 Harrison avenue 
Emery T. E. 1043 Washington 
Erving Ed. 90 C 

Eustace Win., Church, cor. S. Cedar 
Falvey C. E, corner Sullivan 
Fernald John C. 8 and 10 Boylstou 
Fessenden F. S., Eighth, corner I 
Finnigan John. 138 Federal 
Fitzgerald .1. 136 Everett 
Fitzgerald James, 310 North 
Fitzgerald Michael, 688 Federal 
Flagg Alonzo«,^L?t Tremont 
Flagg & Favor. 150 Cambridge 
Flarherty M. 38 South 
Flynn D. 53 Prince 
Flynn J., Kneeland, corner Cove 
Flynn Mary, 155 Lev ere tt 



Yo?<j, A.J. 1 Coolidge Mock 
Follansbec E. F. 1087 Washington 
Fox C. E. ^ Co. i. -5 Tremont 
Freeman M. 68 Endicott 
Freeman William. -i:» Nashua 
Frye 11. B. 181 Cambridge 
French George L. 1 1 • i 7 Washington 
Fuller O. G. n.o;, Federal 
Gal li van 1). i<m;;, Purchase 
Gallivan John, 30 Lancaster 
Gannon Charles. 52 Billerica 
Gcehan James. A, corner Second 
Giblin J. J. ,\ J. H. 14 and 24 Broad- 
way 
Gilbert John, jr. & Co. 2 Tremont 

row, and 28 West 
Gilbert & Knight, Pleasant, corner 

Tremont 
Giles Albert L. 7 7 and 79 Chambers 
Gilfeather Daniel, si Fourth 
Gilfeather F., Fifth, corner Lovis 
Gilfeather M., Third, corner E 
Gillingham Albert, 153 Pleasant 
Gilman Bichard, 454 Commercial 
Golden John, jr., Broadwav, corner C 
Goodale M. M. 1142 Federal 
Gourley John, 34 Prince 
Gove Milo, Myrtle, corner Anderson 
Gregory Win. B., Meridian, cor. Cen- 
tral square 
GROSS F. A. 79 West Cedar 
Gurnev L. II. 1133 Washington 
Hagertv T. F. 1 Middlesex 
Hahn Nelson W.,3S W. Sumner,E.B. 
Hail Chas. II. & Co. 505 AYa^iington 
Hall 1). W. 212 Harrison avenue 
Hall Geo. E. & Co. 75 Bovlston 
Halley M. 246 Broadwav" 
Halliday Win. 33 Princeton, E. B. 
Hanson Anthony, jr. 889 Washington 
Harahan Thos. 202 Harrison avenue 
Harding Lemon P. 815 Federal 
Hardy George G. 435 Hanover 
Markings James, :>b Endicott 
Harper .John. i> Cottage, E. B. 
Harrington W. S. U Sumner, E. B. 
Harvison A. ,s: Brother, LSI Fourth 
Haskell L. P. 137 Summer 
Hastings S. B. 158 Harrison avenue 
Haves .James, 107 Pleasant 
Hayford Nathan H. 1215 Wash. 
Heel) Adam. 62 Lowell 
Henderson W. IL, Beacon, c. Bowdoin 
Hennessey Ed., Second, corner A 
Higgins & Howard, -S7'J Wa>liington 
Hiil & McCleary, 30 South 
Hodgdon G. C. 7:> Marion 
Hodgkins & Hawkins. 395 Chelsea 
11 ill rook P>rus., Webster, c. Orleans 
Holland D. 337 and ;::;:» Federal 
Holmes Wm. A. v\ Co. 85 Causeway 
Hopkins J.. Second, corner Bolton 
Hopkins S. C. J" Trenton, L. B. 
Horan John, 1 1 1 Warren 
Hurton W. & Co. 21 Dorchester 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. 
Howard G. W. 18 Derne 
Howard II. P. 7 7 Maverick, E. B. 
Howard John, 180 North 
Rowland Chas. C. 381 Shawmut ave. 
Hoxie, Brock, & Reed, 309 Broadway 
Ilyland Wm. F., D, corner Eighth 
Irvin Mary, 150 Salem 
Jackson Theodore, 609 Trcmont 
Jackeon Win. E. 350 Hanover 
Jacobs George II. O. 184 Friend 
Jarvis Charles, 21 Leverett 
Jewell J. II. S. 215 North 
Johnson E. S. 1157 and 1159 Wash. 
Johnson Hiram, 1005 Washington 
Johnson Thomas, Broadway, corner I 
Jones & Young, 108 and 110 Black- 
stone 
Joyce Joseph, 256 Friend 
Judkins John T. & Co. 137 Cambridge 
Keany M. 232 North 
Keenan P., Maverick, cor. Liverpool 
Kelley H. 2G0 Second 
Kelley Patrick, 34 Gouch 
Kelly" Daniel, 103 Chelsea, E. B. 
Kelsch John, Fifth, near E 
Kennedy William, 13 A 
Kenney Eliza, 314 Federal 
slvenney Neal, 94 Endicott 
Kenny J. 4-38 Commercial 
Kerrigan M. A. 108 Charter 
Kibbler John, 435 Hanover 
Kiernan P.. Minot, corner Nashua 
Kimball Charles E. 22 Tremont 
Knight D. T. 31 Pleasant ■ 
Knowles Z. & Co. 917 Washington 
Lamb John, 326 Shawmut avenue 
Lambritch P. 1 Nashua place 
Lane Thomas J. 20 Avery 
Lang W. D. 87 Eliot 
Lawless Dennis, 85 High 
Leahy John, 114 Prince 
Leahy. Michael, 63 Kingston 
Leahy Nancv, 392 Charles 
LEAHY WILLIAM, Sixth, near D 
Leavitt Thomas, 729 Federal 
Lee B. II. 54 West Dedham 
Leen M. 38 Gouch 

Leighton John, Webster, cor. Cottage 
Leonard C. 5o0 Commercial 
Leonard Lawrence, 71 Salem 
Lilly Thomas. 63 Endicott. 
Lodge & Hill, 54 Bromfield 
Lombard John, 45 Central wharf 
Loneruan -I. C. 300 Shawmut ave. 
Lord G. D. & Co. 50 Lexington, E. B. 
Lovell & Parker,' 62 & 64 Cambridge 
Lynch Jeremiah, 106 Warren 
Lyons John, South, corner Beach 
Macgregor A. 557 Tremont 
Madden Grace, 43 Oneida 
Maguire William, 16 Oswego 
Mahan Bcnj. F. 50 Long wharf 
Mahout y John, 15 Way 
Maloney Michael, 2 76 North 



Maloney Patrick, Ml Merrimac 

Mann E., Joy, corner Myrtle 
Manning Thomas. 5 ] South [ave. 

Marshall cN: Co,. Dover, c. Shawmut 
Masterson P. •_'<!:» Second 
McAloon J. '-'.'it; North 
McCamlee Fred. 175 Second 
McClusky John, E, e. Fifth 
McCue Robert, 291 Federal 
McCugh Teddy, 7s , Portland 
McDermot Thos. Mrs. 473 Ilarr. ave. 
McDevitt D. 179 Everett 
McDevitt John C. 1^1 Everett 
McDewell & Adams, ;j<; Summer 

McDonald , 160 Endicott 

McDonald James, 58 Fourth 
Mc Donald J. W. 84 Eliot 
McDonald James, 65 Pitts 
McElroy John, 174 Merrimac 
McGee James, 11 Travers 
McGue William, Fifth, corner A 
McHenry M. Mrs. 30 W. Cedar 
McHugh John Mrs. 8 Church 
McIIugh I. 54 Andover 
Mclntyre Peter & Co. 196 Commercial 
Mclntyre Chas. D. 107 Saratoga, E. B. 
Mclntyre It., Greenwood block 
Mcintosh & Co. 43 and 45 Lincoln 
McKenna B. 56 Salem 
McKenna J. 10 S. Margin [E.B. 

McLaughlin II. , Decatur, c. Havre, 
McLaughlin Patrick C. 239 Hanover 
McMahan F., Mav'k. c. Liveipool,E.B. 
MeMahon James, 155 Federal 
McManus Patrick, 450 Commercial 
McPhillips John, 4 3 South 
McSheehy John, Chelsea, c. Benning- 
ton 
McSwecney D. 3<>3 Harrison avenue 
Mc Williams James. 183 Friend 
Mead Michael, 137 Tyler 
Melligan John, 38 Northampton 
Mendum W. B. 768 Federal 
Meredith H. 49 Elm 
Meriam & Stanchfield, 488 Wash. 
Merigan M., Cottage, c. E. Sumner 
Merrill Moses W. t};> Revere, 57 Phil- 
lips, 93 Merrimac 
Merrill, Sawyer, & Co. 76 Merrimac 

and 23 Portland 
Merrill & French. 64 Poplar 
Middleby Joseph, 60 Charles 
Milliken'N. 7 Winthrop block, E. B. 
Moakley Wm. 79 Purchase 
Montague E. M. 40 Church 
Moore. I. W. & Co. 32 Pleasant 
Moore Michael, O. near Second 
Moran Thomas, 88 Salem 
Morrison & Hall, 50 and 52 Bedford 
Morse A. 115 Fourth - 
Moulton Calvin, l 13 Leverett 
MULLEN PATRICK, 278 Second 
Mullonev J., Charles, corner Clu 
Munday'P., West Dedham 
Murphy James, 273 Federal 



GROCERS. 



419 



Murphy Joseph, 121 Brighton 
Murphy J. jr. G2 E. Sumner, E. B. 
Murphy Margaret, 32 Phillips 
Murphy Mary, 93 Essex 
Murphy Michael II. 160 Beach 
Murphy Timothy, 3 7 Spring 
Murray James, 76 Canal 
Nagle John, 158 Federal 
Nash F. J. 40 School 
Nelson Win. & Co. 391 Hanover 
Nichols John, 2-4 Swan 
Nickerson D. B. 1C.3 Fourth 
Nightingale J. F., Canton, cor. Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Nolan D. J. 9 Adams 
Nolan John J. 1188 Federal, c. Preble 
Noyes Elisha, 238 Federal 
Nunn & Reed, 103 North 
Nye Nathaniel F., Tremont, c. Dover 
O'Brien Daniel, 74. Albany 
O'Brien John, 204 Harrison avenue 
O'Brien Thomas, Third, corner A. 
O'Connor Timothy, 64 Eliot 
O'Dcalv P. & J. 125 Dover 
O'Donneli J. 397 Chelsea, E. B. 
O'Donnell P. 72 Endicott 
O'Dowd Peter A. 75 Pleasant 
O'Farrell Thomas, 173 Friend 
O'Halloran Timothy, 120 Purchase 
O'Keife M. 11 Swan 
Paire P. T. 100 Blackstone 
Palmer J. P. & D. R. 98 Tremont 
Park George W. 1156 Federal 
Parker S. T. 59 Causeway 
Partridge W. J. 325 Hanover 
Pear John S. Ill Green 
Pease J., Eighth, corner II 
Peekett W. E., Fourth, corner C 
Perkins & O'Hanlon, 1173 Wash. 
Phillips George E. 92 Blackstone 
Phinney Geo." P. 4 Winthrop blk. E.B. 
Pierce S. S., Tremont, corner Court 
Plummer Geo. II. 1 Maverick sip E.B. 
Potter & Foster, 90 Kneeland 
Powers John T. 219 Broadwav 



P 



Jonas II., Chestnut, c. Walnut 



Putnam Samuel, 899 Washington 

Quinlan Wm. (Jo S. Margin 

Hay Thomas, (J 2 West Dedham 

Raymund J. II. 3oo North 

Ragan Michael, 1 1G Broad 

Ready James, 198 Endicott 

Reed* Joseph. 102 Carver 

Reed James, 440 Hanover 

Rice E. E., Princeton, corner Marion 

Rice George, 99 Lowell 

Richardson J. C. & Co. 813 Wash. 

Riley James, 56 Lincoln 

Ristecn F. S. 4 7 Charles 

Roach B. & Bro., Albany, c. Oswego 

Roach Frank, 199 Albany 

Roberts & Webster, 96 Blackstone 

Roome Wm. II., Saratoga, c. Brooks 

Rosenfeld Charles, 33 Pleasant 

Roseuteld M. Cb'8 Washington 



Roughn Dennis, 478 Commercial 

Kowe A. 'I'. I • * r t Washington 

Hoy lance Thoma- II., E. Sumner, cor. 

Orleans 
Russell E. L2G Lincoln 
Russell II. 49 Charter 
Ryan Charles W. 198 Everett, E. B. 
Ryan E. P. 88 Eliot 
Ryan John A., Pitt-, c. South Margin 
Ryan Michael, 23 Chapman 
Ryan Michael, 6G8 Federal 
Ryder C. C. i 1 Sudbury 
Ryder M. J., 1). corner Second, and 

Goddard, cor. E 
Scannel John. 7 7 Phillips 
Sava<_ r e Thomas, 33o Second 
Schwaar C. F. T. 24 Mav. sq. E. B. 
Scollard Garrett Mrs. 13 Way 
SCOTT FRANK N., W. Cedar, c. 

Pinckney 
Scaver X. *] Maverick square 
Seavey G. S. 15 and 17 Gore block 
Shattuck Brothers, 7',) Prince 
Shay Dennis, 311 Federal 
Shea John, 2 Washington square 
Sheehan 15. 102 Essex 
Sheehan Wm. 93 Purchase 
Sheridan Bernard, Goddard, near E. 
Sherry T. 50 C 

Small F. W. 50 ^lount Vernon 
Smith M. 173 Shawmut avenue 
Simmons I. 121 Chelsea, E. B. 
Spaulding & Day, 131 Meridian 
Spencer W. II. 741 Washington 
Sprague I. I). & Co. 121 Leverett 
Sprague Aaron K. 98"J Washington 
Sprague F. W. 997 Washington 
Sprague Philip S. 141 Broadway, c. C 
Stoii Mary, 'Jo Eliot 
.steams Chas. 11. 410 Commercial 
Steen John, 125 Charlestown 
Sternburg Robert, 15 and 17 Church 
Stevens A. ti Bridge 
Stevens Geo. F., Fifth, corner E 
Strain A., Dorchester, cor. Bolton 
Sullivan Daniel. 38ti Commercial 
Sullivan Dennis. 1 15 Beach 
Sullivan Eu<_ r ene, 174 Federal 
Sullivan John, 183 Federal 
Swallow A. 102 Prince 
Sweeny John, 12 Adams 
Sweeney M., Sullivan, near E 
Swift M. A. 142 Shawmut avenue 
Tallon J. II., Harrison ave. c. Canton 
Taylor A. C, Fourth, corner F 
Teavan John. 331 Shawmut 
Thayer W. L. G., Fifth, c. F 
Thrasher J >hn. jr., D, corner Tudor 
Tice & Amory, 1209 Wash, and 7l»3 

Tremont 
Tilden N. II. 341 Broadway 
Tombs 15. F. 81 Fourth, cor. A 
Towlc II- ,\ C. A. 25 Hudson 
Towle Joseph A. 16 East Dedham 
Trafton I. S.U7 Hudson, cor. Harvard 



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Grocers — con tin tied. 
Trant William, 83 Salem 
Trull Silas. 1201 Washington 
Viles Clinton, 107 Hanover 
Vinal Howard <x Co. 7 7 Leverett 
Vose Charles II. 92 Brighton 
Watte J. M. & Co. 90 Blaekstone 
Waitt P. 11. 13 ami lr> Suffolk market 
Waldron B. F. 186 Commercial 
Walker James, 1)8 Fourth 
Wallis M. L. 845 Washington 
WALSH P., Second, corner A 
Walsh Richard, 86 South 
Ward F. H. 14 Church 
Walter F. A. 191 Cambridge 
Warner Wm. II. 49 North; 24 Black- 

Btone, and 394 Hanover 
Watson Thomas, jr., Phillips, c. Irving 
Webb A. X. £c Co. 705 Tremont 
Weeks Stephen & Co. 234 Tremont 
Weiehart Charles, 817 Washington 
Welch Redman, 90 South 
Wellbrock A. 11. 771 Washington 
Wellington A. A. & Son, 142 Wash. 
White A. II.. Third, cor. Dorchester 
White George, 652 Washington 
White John Mrs. 48 Joy 
White & Lincoln, K, c. Emerson 
Whitney C. A. & C. H. 117 Summer 
Williams & Bartlett, 44 Kneeland 
Williams W. 130 Harr. avenue 
Willey J. M. 923 Washington 
Willson Thos., Dorchester, c. Goddard 
Wilson Charles, 402 Commercial 
Wilson C. E. 39 Shawinut ave. 
Winn J. F., Fifth, eor. Federal 
Woo<|s Joseph, 320 Second 
Woods Michael, 397 Harrison ave. 



Guns and Sporting Apparatus. 
Barnes Thomas P. 28 Dock square 
Lovell J. P. 2 7 Dock sq. and 15 

Washington 
READ WM. & SONS, 13 Fancuil 

Hall gq. (see adv. page 605) 
Spencer Repeating Rifle Co. (rifles) 

Chickcring's bld'g, Tremont st. 
WALKER P. II. ^ CO. 6 Faneuil 

Hall sq. (see adv. page 614J 

Gutta-Percha Goods. 

CLAPP C. M. & CO. 37 Milk (see 

adv. pa<ze 791) 
Hall II. A. & Co. 86 Congress 
Stodder Charles, 75 Kilby (pipe) 

Gymnasiums. 

Butler D. P. 19 Temple place 
Lewis Dio Dr. 20 Essex 
Tremont Gymnasium, Eliot, c. Tre- 
mont, C. H. Bacon 
Windship Geo. B. 351 Washington 

Hair. 

(Human.) 
Tower E. E. k Co. (importers) 134 
Washington 

Hairdressers. 
Alexander Samuel. 178 Harrison ave. 
Avers Ira. 36 Broad 
Bauer E. M. 541 Washington 
i Baxter Ezra, jr. 190 Commercial 
| Berry Chas. T. 152 Hanover 
Bieler & Kimball, 16 7 and 309 Broad- 
way 
Bin sham & Cleoo, 371 Federal 



Woqllard George, 399 Chelsea. E. B. I Birnbaum Jacob, 96 Court 

Bloom Axel. 231 Tremont 
Boodv Lot, 89 Causeway 



Wyman Abraham G. 8 7 and 89 Green 

Gunny Cloth and Bags. 
Kimball Daniel, 106 Fulton 
McAllister Michael, 129 Cross 
M< Kenney A. 280 Commercial 
Ring M." A. &'Sons, 215 and 217 

Broad 
Seatil.'n Bartlett, 94 Commercial 
Whiton K. J. 31 Commercial 

Gunpowder. 
Barnes Thomas P. 2s Dock square 
Lovell J. P. 27 Dock sq. and 15 Wash: 



Mass, Powder Works, A. G. Fay, 
treas. 233 State 

Oriental Powder Co. Francis Cox, 
treas. 1^<> State 

BEAD WM. ,x SONS, 13 Faneuil 
Hall sq. (see adv. pa<je 605^ 

TUCKER, APPLETON, & WHIT- 
NEY, 8 Union (see adv. page 620) 

Gunsmiths. 
Lovell J. P. 27 Dock square 
Schaefer & Werner, 11 Dock square 
Tonkj Joseph, 49 Union 



Boodro Peter, 146 Purchase 
Booker D. C. 50 Causeway 
Bu<d)ee Charles, 731 Washington 
| Callahan J. F. 130 Broadway' 
Carbone James, 181 North 
Carle J. P., Maverick House 
Carle W. S. 1094 Washington 
Carman J. W. 40 Meridian E. B. 
Ceaser Eli, 177 Broad 
Chemins Fred. 73 7 Federal 
Clark E. 13 North 
Clark Isaac, 78 Lincoln 
Clash J. F. 162 North 
Colson W. N. 4 Change avenue 
Corbett Alexander. 32 Bromfield 
Corrao John, 116 Court 
Crane M. B. Mrs. (ladies) 135 Broad- 
way 
Davis Daniel B. 8 Howard 
IV Blain A. R. 290i Tremont 
Delay John, 332 North 
Dem'ing & Keyou, l Exchange place 
Dickson J. 30 Sumner, E. B. 
Dohr Lewis, 692 Washington 



HA I It DRESSERS. 



451 



Dudley William, 33 School, room 45 

(haircutting ) 
Dugan John M. 252 North 
Dunlop J. C. 1072 Washington 
Easton David, 53 Portland 
Edwards J. S. 355 Hanover 
Eichler A. Miss (ladies), 4 Common 
Ferreira S. E. J. 25 Fleet 
Fletcher Francis, 3 Albany 
Frame Samuel, 83 South 
Frances F. A. 100 Springfield 
Gale A. E. 23, Howard 
Gammon D. S. 252 Washington 
Geller Edward, 1005 Washington 
Gensler Wm. Broadway, c. Emerson 
Gerlach Philip, G87^- Washington 
Giannetto Antonio, 29 North square 
Giannetto J. 1731- Hanover 
Glover B. II. 284" Washington 
Goussebaire C. G. 428 Commercial 
Gowen R. M. 184 Commercial 
Green Wm. I). 3 Harvard 
Grover J. 2 Bennet 
Guellow Wilson, 58 Brattle 
Gumpert Henry, SI 5 Washington 
Gwinn & Reeves, 1G Exchange 
Hadley Henry T. G2 Devonshire 
Hadley S. B. over Bovlston market 
Hall E. T. Miss, 1 Harvard 
Hare Wm. 52 Rutland 
Herchenroder J. 101 G Washington 
Herchenroder Fred. 2GG "Washington 
Hill Geo. A. 28 Boylston 
Hopkins Wm. A. 1 Cambridge 
Home J. W. & Co. 13 Tremont row 
Howard E. A. G4 Kneeland 
Howard Frederick J. 43 Sudbury 
Jackson Benj. D. 93 Cambridge 
Jones Charles S., Harrison ave. cur. 

Beach 
Jones Henry, Richmond, c. Hanover 
KanofFsky Wm. 885 Washington 
Keenan Geq. E., Court avenue 
Kimball C. 2 Court square 
King II. F. M., Clinton, c. Blackstone 
Knowlton Levi, 39Gi Hanover 
Kolb & Wurfel, 7 Bromfield 
La Boae Salvadora, 9G Tremont 
Landolini Santo, 327 Hanover 
Landy Richard, 2 Henry, E. B. 
Larose Robert, 19G Federal 
Law Henry, 51 Maverick sq. E. B. 
Leighton A. S. G3 Meridian, E. 15. 
Lennon D. J. 2 North Market 
Lenox Cornelius, 7G1 North 
Lewis II. A. 109 Meridian, E. B. 
Lipman J, C. s:i Sudbury 
Logan J. G9 Union 
Loud Henry, 3 7 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Maguirc &Runey (ladies), 120 Tre- 
mont 
Marlalvc E. T. 90 Meridian 
Marsh Samuel B. 210 Washington 
Martin Geo. W. 40 Elm " [Elm 

Mason Chas. S. 73 Hanover and 10 



hn| 



Matress F. II. -1.1 Richmond 
McCarthy John. :i Cross 
MeSwiney James. 26u Washington 
Miller Chas. 2US Federal and 130 

Broad 
Miller II. W. IGG Cambridge 
Miller Wm. H. l is Kneeland 
Mill.. J. 13U Cambridge 
Moony Alven, 3NJ School and under 

Revere House 
Moore F. W. 216.4 Washington 
Mullen John 1'. •■:• Causeway 

Murray Win. II. 1 7 [ Cross 
Newhall Charles, 17 Hanover 
Nolte I!. F., Parker House 
Ober L. P.. Tremont House 
O'Donnell C. .f. Mis. G87J Wash. 
O'Dowd Cornelius, i)3 Endicott 
Onnsby George, 220J Washington 
( >sborn Win. A. ."< I Canal 
Palmer George. 368 Commercial 
Peyser Louis, 107 Peach 
Peyser .1. 593 Washington 
Pt'eiiler C. R. 238 Broadway 
Pfcillcr Jacob, 2 Cross 
Pindeli Elward. 82 Springfield 
PoweU I. 1). X. G.s Leverett 
Pye 11. ,\. J. F. 107 North 
Quinn T. 2G8 Washington 
Head Andrew, 1 11 South 
Revaleon J. J >. ^ 7 Union, 
Reynolds Andrew, 4.") Merrimac 
Riley Geo. P. 133 Summer 
Roberts C. E.. Endicott, c. Cross 
Roberts John D. & Eli S. Weeman, 

101 Prince 
Robinson John, 107 Causeway 
Rogers F. F. 18 Marshall 
Rose Charles, 218 Hanover 
Ross Wm. C. 211 Friend 
Rothe Charles, 294 Washington 
Schreek Daniel, 8 Eliot 
Scbuh Jacob, ;)!> Merchants row 
Schulz Emil, 1G Lindall 
Soimone Robert. 187 Plackstone 
Scott J. C. 23 Derne 
Scott W. 24 9 North 
Shaw J. B. 14 Prattle square 
Silva F. P. 2:, Fleet 
Smith John II. 55 Leverett 
Smith John J. 1 1 Devonshire 
Smith L. F. 103 Cambridge 
Smith R. II. 4 Faneuil Hall square 
Soule S. 86 Court 
Sparrell Ceo. P. tl City Hall ave. 
Spitz Julius, 856 Washington 
Sprague W. 3 is Washington 
Stcamburg & Tredwell, r. Marl- 
boro' Hotel 
Strecker Henry, T>7s W:i-!iin_ r t<'*i 
Sullivan J. T. KS8 Washington 
Symonds .John. 41 ( 'omrress 
Thomas John A. 138 Kneeland 
Turk; Eben, 1 1 7 Hanover 
Tyler W. 88 Hanover 



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Hairdressers — continued. 
VisallJoseph, U. S. Hotel 
Wallace Frank, 88 Merrimac 
Walther George J. 425 i Washington 
Walther P. H. 52H Washington 
Waters T. S. 221 Broadway, near E 
Watkins Wm. 86 Sudbury 
Wells George 11. 366 Washington 
WENTWORTII G. W., Phillips, c. 

Garden 
Whelahan Edward, 138 Prince 
Williams J. M. 140 Merrimac 
Williams J. T. 137 Dover 
"Wise J. 3 Beach 
Zanillia M. 304 Broad 

Hairdressers' Materials. 

Wiksall Gustave, 31 Exchange 

Hair and Wool Stuffing. 

BACON JOHN II. 1 Union, manuf. 
at Winchester (see adv. page 7G2) 

Hairwork Manuf acturers. 

Auguste Jude, 267 Washington 
Bogle W. 202 Washington . 
BBANDLY V. & CO. 228 Wash. 

(see adv. page 642) 
Burgess B. F. & Son, 9 and 11 West 
CanegallyP. & Co. 267 Washington 
Carlton A. & Co. 5 West 
Eaton, Murray, & Jenkins, 4 Hanover 
Gammon D. S. 252 Washington 
Herchenroder Frederick, 266 Wash. 
Kimball J. 59 Court (dealer) 
Kirmcs Christopher, 367 Washington 
Maguire & Runey, 120 Tremont 
Murphy & Maher, Misses, 21) West 
Ormsby George, 220£ Washington 
Park E. A. 2 'Bedford 
Peak John If. Mrs. 9284- Washington 
Rothe Charles, 294 Washington 
Sassard J. A. 214 Washington 

Hair for Plastering and 
Stuffing. 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Kent E. T. agent, 140 Commercial & 

23 State 
McAbee X. S. & Co. 18 First 
WIXGATE W. A. 36 Kilby, Otis 
whf. 198 Broad (see adv. p. 7 70) 

Hammer Manufacturers. 

WHEELER S. & CO. feast steel) 
126 Marginal, E. B. (see ad. p. 7 70) 

Hand Stamps. 

Chamberlain N. L. 2." 7 Washington 

HUDSON THOMAS S. (see' adv. 
page 748) 

Tremont Safe and Machine Co., An- 
son Hardy, agent, 32 School 

Pinkert Herman, 41 Congress 

Small F. 23 School 



Hardware Dealors. 
Allen & Noble, 8 Washington 

Barnes Thomas 1'. 88 Dock square 
Barnes William II. 42 Union 
BIRD JOHN' Q. 185 Broadway 
Bianchard Wm. (cabinet), 26 Canal 
BOGMAN ,\: VINAL, 7 Dock square 
Borden, Merriara, & Co. 221 Wash. 
Brooks II. W. 6.s Federal 
Brooks & Darling, 6 Docksquare 
Brown B. B. & Co. 718 Federal 
Burditt & Williams, 20 Dock square 
Butler II. B. & Co. 12 and 13 Lewis. 

E. B. 
BUTLER, SISE, & CO. 113 Federal 
Callender Benj. & Co. 82 Federal 
Carter George T. 585 Washington 
Dodge, Gilbert, ,\ Co. 3 7 Kilby 
Doggett N. B. & N. A. 492 AVashing'n 
Eaton, Wellington, & Co. 117 Milk 
! Flint Thos. & Co. 29 Federal and 

92 Devonshire 
I French Charles E. 801 Washington 
Frier & Fiel, 85 Cambridge 
I Frye, Phipps, & Co. 96 Federal 
I Gray & Danforth, 113 Purchase 
1 Green Geo. N. 3 Hotel Pelham 
Haven Albert S. 503 Washington 
Hill Thomas, 14 7 Broadway 
I Ilogan, Clark, & Sleeper, 107 Water 
J Homer, Bishop, & Co. 112 Milk 
i Johonnot & Saunders, 21 Dock square 
j Jones A. B. 93 Union (second hand) 
! Lincoln & Garrett, 59 Haverhill 
! Living R, G. 70 Kilby 
1 Loriivj Caleb G. 11 Liberty square 
jLOTHROP G. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (builders, see adv. page 626) 
jMAY & CO. 1 Broad, corner State 
j (sec adv. inside back cover) 
S Miller E. F. 6 7 Union (undertakers) 
I MilliganT. (secondhand) 2lo Federal 
i Morss Anthony S. 210 Commercial 
i Morss & Burchsted, 34 Union 
READ WM. & SONS. 13 Faneuil 

Hall square (see adv. page <dvj) 
! Rogers M. M. 29 Eliot 
ROGERS, SNELLING, & Co. 99 

and 101 Broad 
Scudder, Rogers, & Co. 71 and 73 
Federal 
! Smith Isaac II. (cabinet), 69 _V Union 
I Snelling W. 10 Maverick square, and 
121 Meridian, E. B. 
STEARNS X. C. 12, 16. and IS 
Bromfield (see adv. pane 622) 
j Stone Chas. II. 154 Congress 
j Stratton, Orton, & Corey, 74 Federal 

Swan 1). 83 Cambridge" 
i TUCKER. APPLETON, & WIIIT- 
! NEY, 8 Union (see adv. paire 62 ) 
j WALKER P. II. * CO. 6 Faneuil 

Hall square (see adv. page 611) 
I Warren M. C. 9 Dock square 
I West J. & Co. 5 Dock square 



HARDWARE DEALERS — HATS, CATS, FURS, ETC. 



45! 



Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 2 Washington 
Wortman Geo. W. 2 Lindall 
Wright F. S. 267 Federal 

Harness Makers. 

Baker John B. & Co. 12 Court 

Bates J. D. 7<S1 Federal [row 

BOYD JAS. & SONS, 27 Merch. 

Bryant S. D. oil Federal 

Burton W. T. & J. B., E„ji. Broadwav 

Carroll J. 57 Eliot 

Chase L. C. & Co. 3G, 08, and 40 

Sudbury (saddlery) 
Cogan Joseph, 71 Sudbury 
Crocker H. 59 Sumner, opp. London 
Cross Henry, 50 Chardon 
Dame & Brfgh'am., 76 Kingston 
Dooley &Beekman, 1064 Washington 
Hamilton Otho, 25 and 27 Friend 
Hannatbrd F. W. 37 Sudbury 
Harrison Thomas, 4 7 Sudbury 
Harvey John, 154 Charlestown 
Holmes William, 21 Tremont 
Jewett Oliver, 123 Merrimao 
Kemlo William, 32 Hav, ley 
Levin I). G78 Federal 
Lyon M. C34 Federal 
Mahony J. T. 05 Leverett 
McCaffrey II. 74 Charlestown 
McCarthy Dennis J. 341 llarris'n ave. 
McCloskey John, G Bumstead court 
Newman John, 57 Canton 
O'Connor P. 124 Beach 
Power William, 2GG Friend 
Pratt S. G. G3 Sudbury 
Bead Jas. J. 119 Court 
Reardon Maurice (collars), 92 Sudb'y 
Sharmon John J. 18 East 
Shelton & Cheever, 25 Court 
Simpson A. J., F, corner Athens 
Smith J. & Co. 2G Sudbury 
SPRINGALL GEORGE & CO. l 

and 3 Sudbury (see adv. p. 630) 
Stowell S. E., Sudbury, cor. Portland 
Taylor James & Co. 8 7 Sudbury 
Thurston G. B., E. Sumner, near R. R. 
Toppan Wm. O. 241 Harrison avenue 
Trask II. P. 189 Friend 
Turner F. A. 1G8 Harrison avenue 
Wise Wm. 741 Federal 

Hassocks. 
Bellis & Dow, 49 Cornhill 
Flagg J. G. jr. 83 Sudbury 

Hat Block Maker. 
DimondJ. S., Dedham, c. Harr. ave. 

Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. 
Aborn S. O. 95 Washington 
Adams George T. 1G7 Hanover 
BACON T. C. & CO. 1 Union 
Barnum cV Wight, 30 Summer (ladies) 
Bent «Sc Bush, Court, eor. Washington 
Bigelow George X. 70 Hanover 
Borden Charles J. 73 Hanover 



Boenstein David J. 7»; Union 
Bridge J. I [. .'> L'nion 

Brinkman Thro. 812 Wa~hi:i'_ r ton 
, Bursley Henry, 777 Washington 

I Cashman J. & ('■>. 405 Washington 

! ('lark I. 1). & Co. 75 Summer 
Clark Alva W. 2:; Dock iq. (< 
Conk A. X. & Co. 215 and 217 Wash. 
: Conk & Aldrich, 1 15 and 14 7 Wash. 
i Cotter Win. - J Union and 30 Dock sq. 
\ Cutter E. P. 21 l'nion 
Cutter George W. ,v Co. '•> Dock sq. 
Dame J). P. & Co. 223 Washington 
Duncan John A. 1>5 Washington 
Elliott M. P. 7 7 Court 
Fiske William. 163 Hanover 
Gould. Dyer, ^ Peabody, 7 J Summer 
Gould G.'F. 1 t Friend" 
Grinuell C. B. & Sam'l Emmes, 7 Elm 
Hart, Taylor, & Co. CO Elm and 12 

Friend 
Hibbard II. K.W. 34G Wash, (child's) 
Higgins Thomas, 10'J Hanover 
Jackson J. A. 50 Tremont and 101 

Court 
Kantrowitz J. 48 Blaekst'e, oG North, 

and 32 Faneuil Hall square 
Kent, Foster, & Peck, 86 Devon, and 

21 Federal 
Kettridge Chas. 146 Broadway 
Klous S. & Co. 2D and 31 Court and 

65 and 67 Summer 
Kuhn John & Sou, 543 Washington 
Leavitt II . II. iil Court 
Makechnie Chas. A. 150 Washington 
Mason Chas. B. 53 North Market 

(cellar) 
j Mclvenna John, GG5 Washington 
Moon-. Smith. & Co. 42 Franklin 
Mullen 11. 642 Washington 
Murtagh P. 122 Broadway, S. B. 
Osgood George, 1^3 Washington 
Page & Young, 571 and 573 Wash. 
Pazolt T. C. .\ S..n, 360 Wash. 
Pollard Merrick 1,1. 215 Washington 
Porter E. P. 4D l'nion 
Sage O. W. 512 Washington 
Sanderson, Davenport, k Spauldinir, 

48 Milk 
Shute Wm. M. & Son. 175 Wash. 
Sloeum Wm. H. 180 Wash. & 8 Frank. 
Smith F; t'.l Lincoln 
Steele, Eaton, & Co. S3 Franklin 
Stone J. & Co. 37 Court 
Strecker & Frank, 72 Union 
Taylor W. I. 11 and 15 Dock square 
Tuesley & GrifHn, 158 Court 
Turnbull James P. 3 7 Meridian 
Turner H. 113 Hanover 
Walker It. H. & Co. 26 Dock square 
Walko M. \ Co. ;>Lt Summer 
Wcis & Zoebisch, 308 Washington 
White William F. 32 Dock square 
Whittemorc S. D. 34 and 132 \\ ash. 
Wyeth George E. 512 Washington 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hatters. 
Aborn S. O. 9") Washington 
Bartlett S. F. 9 Franklin avenue 
Bent & Bush, Court, eor. Washington 
Bursley Henry, 7 77 Washington 
Campbell C. E. 18 Province court 
Clark & Aver, 91 Blaekstone 
Condifc S. 9 Devonshire 
Harlow Dexter, 3'J Maverick sq. E. B. 
Haslara J. It. 170 Hanover 
King Charles II. -11 Congress 
Knapp George, 8$ Union 
Mansfield Theodore D. 23 Friend 
Mason Samuel, jr. 26 Washington 
Mullen Hugh, 642 Washington 
Murtagh Patrick, 112 Broadway 
Osgood George, 183 Washington 
Parker James, 152 Washington 
Slocoinb O. J. 89 J- Union and 1G2 

Blackstone 
Smith & Brooks, 10 Elm 
Taylor Charles, 5 Province 
Taylor S. G. Harr. ave. c. E. Dedham 
Warner Wm. A. 10 Franklin avenue 
Weilhart & Greeley, 12 & 13 Frank, av. 
Williams Charles, 37 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Wortman W. B. 27 Portland 

Hay. 

Bagley James R. 18 South Market 
Bell John, 266 Causeway 
Burnham C. 636 Federal 
Calef A. D. 21)4 Harrison avenue 
Cargill Joseph, 14 Commercial 
Carlisle Joseph, 440 Federal 
Duty X. P. & Co. 60 Canal 
Fowler Franklin, 104 Canal 
French Moses, jr. 294 Harrison ave. 
Hoitt A. 1). 50 Canal 
Judd M. 133 and 135 Merrimac 
Keet'c W. J. & G. II. 656 Federal 
N. E. HAY CO., Canal, cor. .Market 
Perkins & Parkinson, Travers, corner 

Haverhill 
Turner & Clark, 3 70 Federal 
Wardwell B. II. 178 Canal 

Hay Scales. 

Haymarket square, and Brookline st., 
corner Harrison avenue. 

Hermetically Sealed Articles. 

Badlam W. H. 14 Commercial 

Bell Win. G. &Co. 21 N. Market 

Brooks C. D. 3 7 Broad 

Club House Conserves Co. 19 West, 
factory at Koxburv 

COWDREY E. T. & CO. 21 Portland 
(see adv. page 618) 

Hamblen, Baker, & Co, 125 Purchase 

Lewis W. K. & Brothers (pickles, tec), 
93 Broad 

Plununer J. P. & D. 6 and 10 Black- 
stone 

Underwood William & Co. 67 Broad 



Hides and Leather. 
[See alto Leather.) 

Adams Aaron, 1 7 Portland 
Alger & Thomas, 3 and 6 Bath 
| Alley John B. & Co. 1 7o Congress 
J Arnold S. S. :;;; Batterymarch 
Bigelow A. M. & Co. 75 Pearl 
Billing Horace & Co. l Bath 
BISHOP C. J. & CO. 138 Pearl 
Boardman B. G. & Co. 138. Milk 
Bond Henry. 49 and 51 High 
Bridge Abel E. & Co. 127 Congress 
Bueknam, liayner, & Co. 130 Pearl 
Burbank A. O. 130 Pearl 
Claflin Lee, 83 Pearl 
Converse & Stanwood, 142 Pearl 
Cook E. G. 3 and 6 Bath 
Coon, Crocker, & llobart, 153 Pearl 
COX & WILLIAMS, 60 & 62 Pearl 
Cummings John, jr. & Co. 93 Pearl 
Dewson," Williams, & Co. 103 .Milk 
DURANT, DANIELS, ik CO. 101 

and 163 Pearl 
EDSON & WING, 37 Pearl (see adv. 

page 620) 
Field, Converse, & Allen. 116 Pearl 
Flint & Gore, 61 and 63 Water 
Foss & Whall, 13 7 Congress 
Foster Charles F. 110 Milk 
French Hiram W. 141 Pearl [grcss 
Five J. F. & Bro. 175 and 177 Con- 
Guild Chester & Sons, 107 Milk 
Hall & Pai^e, 13 Pearl 
HARRINGTON C. F. 178 Congress 
Healv W. H. 126 Pearl 
Higbee & Foster, 30i Pearl 
Hill, Lambert, & Brown. 4 and 8 Pearl 
Homer & Wveth, 72 Purchase 
Hull E. B. & Co. 80 Milk 
Humphrey A. (basement), 20 Pearl 
Johnson George, *>S Pearl 
JOHNSON .\ THOMPSON, 176 to 

182 Congress 
Jones J. M. 6c Co. 104 Pearl 
Low, Hersey, & Co. 170 Congress 
Mahonev J. 79 Pearl 
Massey S. D. 62 Kilhv 
Merrow John F. 6 Fulton 
Morey W. C. & Co. (brokers), 153 

Congress 
MOSELEY & DUNN, 78 Milk 
Newhall .S: Thacher, 251 & 253 Cong. 
Osborn F. jr. & Co. 100 Pearl 
Osborn Geo. P. & Co. 139 Milk 
Osborn John & Son, 188 & 190 Cong. 
Page E. S. 63 Pearl (horns) 
Palmer S. G. 126 Milk ' [Market 
Pearson S. G. B. & Co. (hides), 38 N. 
PLAISTED GEO. L60 Pearl 
POOR HENRY & SON, 195, 107, 

and 199 Congress 
Proctor Thomas E. 206 Congress 
Read A. II. & Son, 155 Congress 
RICE N. W. & CO. 171 Congress 
Richards L. 256 Congress 



HIDES AND LEATHER — HOSIERY AND GLOVES. 



Richardson II. G. 11 Shoe & Leather 
Roberts James A. 37 Shoe is: Leather 
Rodgers J. L. & II. C. 93 Congress 
Saflbrd J. 0. & Co. 196 Congress 
Sawyer Warren. 65 Kilby 
Snow Simeon & Co. 57 High 
South wick Joseph (broker), 53 Mereh. 

Exchange 
SouthwickP. 11. (broker), 53 Merch. 

Exchange 
Spaulding S. R. & Sons, 21 'J Congress 
Spooner W. B. & Co. 163 Congress 
Stevens & Barrett, IDG Congress 
Thompson A. & Co. 110 Milk 
Thompson B. F. & Co. 83 Milk 
Thprndike J. D. & Co. 82 North 
Thorndike J. P. 27 India wharf 
Tirrell J. & A. & Co. 151 Pearl 
Tweed James, 3 Fulton 
Upton Franklin & Co. US & 100 Cong. 
Varney, Haskell, & Co. 92 and 160 

Pearl 
Webster & Co. SG Milk 
Wetherill & West, 208 Congress 

(brokers) 
Winn J. B. & Co. 6 Pearl 

Hollow Ware. 
STEARNS N. C. 12, 16, and 18 

Bromfield (see adv. p. 622) 

Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 
CLAPP OTIS, 3 Beacon (see adv. 

page 618) 
Loring L. W. 1344 Washington 

Hoop Skirt Manufacturers. 
ADAMS C. M. MPS. 300 Washing- 1 

ton (see adv. p. 7 79) 
BOSTON CORSET SKIRT CO., 

179 Court (see adv. front colored! 

page) 
Conant Bros. 379 and 399 A\ ashington 
Button B. F. 34 Milk [Chauney | 

Forbes, Richardson, & Co. Summer, e. i 
GLAZIER, MARFAN, & CO. 77 

Summer (see adv. page 6-16) 
Ilenius David, 70 Water 
Peck, Heaton, & Co. 156 Devonshire | 
Young A. K. & Co. G~> Hanover 

Hops. 
Blanehard II & Co. Go Commercial 
Carter Charles & Co. 156 Commercial 
Lawrence & Shirley, 5G Pitts 
Pratt Isaac, jr. 134" Milk 
VAX NOSTRAXD AVM. T. 118 1 

Lincoln (see adv. page 610) 
Horse Blankets. 
SPRING-ALL GEORGE & CO. l| 

and 3 Sudbury (see adv. p. 630) 

Horse Car Advertising Agents. 
Potter, Bostwick, & Boyd, 95£ Wash. 

Horse Clippers. 
Donahue & Scallen, 54 Chardon 



Grimes & McKenzie, Chardon, opp. 

Adams 
Murray John & Co. \'>\ Adams 
Sullivan & Coughlin, Chapman, c. 

Emerald 

Horse Collar Makers. 
Murphy Thomas, G I Lincoln 
Peters Matthew, 47 Sudbury 
SPUING ALL CEO. & CO. I and 3 
Sudbury (see adv. page 630) 

Horse-Shoo Nails. 

Flavin James, 1 14 CJtica 
Skaliy II. C. 30 Beverly 

Horso Shoors. 

Raker J. L. 130 Dover 
Brewster Joshua, 51 Sudbury 
Bridges C. A. G52 Federal 
Corbett Ceo. \V. 2G7 Tremont 

Curry John, 37 H Harrison avenue 
Deasy T. 2 Bumstead place 
Gabriel William, 115 Merrimac 
Gerry & Mitchell. 203 Friend 
Goodwin R. II. 37 Haverhill 
Gorman John E. 70 Brighton 
Gray Edward, 26 7 Causeway 
Haley George W. 148 Reach 
Haley Peter, 50 Charlestown 
Kallihan X. 28 Stillman 
MeCort J. & G. 100 Richmond 
Merrifield J. C. 135 Beach 
Ray Robert, 183 Second 
Sand., T. T. 148 Tyler 
Smith Penal. 82 Beverly 
Very & Co. 18 Pitts 
Ward 6c Sullivan, 538 Commercial 

Horse Shoes. 

Tremont Nail Co., If. P. Tobey, 23 
Broad 

Hose. (Rubber.) 

CLAPP C. M. & CO. 37 Milk (see 
adv. pace 7U1 ) 

MANHATTAN RUBBER CO.. Ste- 
phen 1). Bennett, pres. 50 Milk 
(see adv. page ~^6) 

Stone Henrv X. 132' Commercial 

WISWALL II. M. 4C Congress 
(linen, see adv. page 701) 

Hosiery and Gloves. 

Abbot Walter, 84 Hanover 
Abbott & Hutchins, 1 V Harrison ave. 
Anderson & J. A. Baird, 7 and 'J Milk 
Ashwell Edward S. S Arch 
Beckett J. M. 7 1 Hanover 
Burr Brothers v\ Co. 7t; Franklin 
Butler & Rogers, 21 Milk 
Champney Bros. & C<>. 136 Devon-hire 
( hase K. L. & Co. 15 Green (fancy 

K oo<ls) 
CLAPP WM. 307 Washington 
Coleman, Lewis, & Co. 75 Milk 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hosiery, etc. — continued. 
Cotting R. Mrs. 4!) Green (fancy 

goods) [Otis 

Crocker, Leonard, & Ware, 5 and 6 
Crow George, 10L3 Washington 
Dayton <Sc Litchfield, 21 Treraont row 
Davis (loo. B. & Co. 281 Washington 
Dopp Hannah Mrs. 943 Washington 
Dutton B. F. 34 Milk 
Farnsvvorth James, 711 Washington 
Forbes, Richardson, & Co. Summer, c. 

Chauncy 
Francis Chas., Summer, c. Arch 
Gardner, Pratt, & Mackintire, 40 

Franklin 
Gault G. C. 6 Hanover 
Gilchrist II. H. 20 Temple place 
GLAZIER, MAREAN, & CO. 77 

Summer (see adv. page G46) 
Greenwood J. M. & Co. 188 Devon- 
shire [onsliire 
GRISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 Dev- 
Gross & Strauss, 321 and 323 Wash. 
Harrington John & Co. 17 Trem. row 
Hawley T. 11. & Co. 12 Elm 
Henderson & Stanwood, 2 Court 
Holmes Given, 491 Washington 
HoodM. C. &Co. G4 Milk 
Houghton S. S. 4 7 and 72 Tremont 
KIMBALL, LINDSAY, & CO. 1 and 

2 Otis (<ee adv. page 7 7.">) 
King C. E. & Co. 52 and 54 Summer 
Kittredge F. C. 25 \ Milk 
Lovett Geo. W. & Co. 8 and 10 Winter 
Marsh Daniel F. 15 Beach 
Mason & Tucker, 1G0 Devonshire 
Morse John C. & Co. 99 Devonshire 
Morse & Brown, 2i Milk 
Peck, Heaton, vs: Co. 15G Devonshire 
Shedd T. S. Si Milk [mer 

Stearns R. II. & Co. 15 and 17 Sum- 
Stimson & Cotter, 7 7 Milk 
Tufts Q. 105 Washington 
Weil Ghas. & Co. 48 Summer 
Williamson «Sc Burns. 97 Devonshire 
Young Brothers 6c Co. 80 Devonshire 
Young .James, 12 Hanover 

Hosiery Manufacturers. 

Hatch I. A. & Co. 29 Milk 
Hotels. 

Adams,-— 371 Wash., Daniel Cham- 
berlin N 

All. ion,— 1 Beacon, P. R. Sullivan 

American, — 5(1 Hanover, L. Rice 

Avon House, — 13 Avon place, Fred. 
Seh mo!/ 

BARTON HOUSE,— 89 Lowell, J. 
W. Dudley 

Ben Franklin, — 1 Scwall place, Ed- 
win Black 

Birmingham House, — oti Portland, 
Thomas Grew 

Bite Tavern, — 18 Faneuil Hall square, 
James M. Stevens 



Blaekstone House, — 181 Hanover, 
Morrison & Robertson 

Blue Bonnet,— 5 Scwall place, Win. 

G. Dobbin 
Boston, — Harrison avenue, cor. Beach, 

W. M. Pray 
Bromfield, — 34 Bromfield, S. Crockett 
Central, — 9 Brattle square, John 

Stratton, Jr. 
Charles River Honse, — 11 Charles, J. 

F. Kenney 

City,— 55 Brattle, Gray & Bell 

City Point Hotel, — Fourth, n. P., T. 

W. Hixson 
COMMERCIAL, — 50 Causeway, 

Jabez Alexander 
Coolid<re, — Bowdoin square, Thomas 

E. Nichols 

Continental House, — 103 and 105 

Causeway, Charles II. W. Gay 
Dover St/ Hotel,— 883 Wasliington. 

Thos. Saunders 
Eastern Exchange, — Causeway, cor. 

Canal 
Elm Street— 24 Elm, Henry E. Bill- 
ings 
Evans House, — 175 Tremont 
Franklin, — 24 North, G. A. Lans 
Glendon,— 4G1 Chelsea, East Boston, 

B e n j a m i n Wai n w right 
Hancock, — Court square, B. Hull 
Hancock, — 8 Corn court. John T enness 
Harvard House, — 10 Harvard, Geo. 

Bowman 
Hayward's, — Kneeland, corner South, 

G. C. Varney 

Hope,— 2G North, Warren Lie 
Hotel Pelham, — Boylston,c. Tremont, 

C. Englert 
International, — 415 Washington, G. 

R. Reichardt 
Jefferson,— 18 North. M. J. Flatley 
Lincoln House,— 830 Wasliington, N. 

M. Clark 
Lonii's,— 149 Pleasant, W. C. Long 
Mariner's, — North sq., N. Hamilton 
Marlboro', — 229 Washington, Win. T. 

F. Meserve 

Marshall,— 10 Marshall, J. & G. 

Wads worth 
Massachusetts, — Endicott, cor. Cross 
Maverick House, — Maverick sq., E. 

B., A. Gage & Co. 
Mercantile House,— 50 Beach, E. R 

Phinney 
Merchants Exchange,— 25 Portland, 

Henry Doolev 
Merchants'— 13' Change aw, Danforth 

& Bates 
I Merrimac, — Merrimac, corner Friend, 

.James L. Hanson & Co. 
I National, — Blaekstone, corner Cr< • 

Oliver Stacpole 
NEW ENGLAND, — 26 CI 

Lambert Maynard 



HOTELS 



INSPECTORS. 



457 



O an House, — 731 Federal, Charles 

II. Escy 
OM Colony, — Kneeland, cor. South, 

Patrick Holly 
Parker,— School, II. D. Parker & Co. 
Park's,— 7 Central et., W. 1). Park 
Parks House.— 187 Washington, T. 

B. &J. II. Rand 
Pavilion, — 3 7 Tremont, II. F. Gard- 

acr 
Pavilion,— 359 Hanover, F. McNeil 
Pequod House— 22 Portland, Mrs. 

Nelly Howard 
Peoples Hotel, — 7 Lewis, J. Pierce 
Pfatfs,— 155 Pleasant, Mrs. K. Pfaff 
Providence House, — 149 Pleasant, E. 

W. C timings 
Quincy, — 1 Brattle sq\iare, A. Long 
Railroad House, — 101 Lowell, Wm. 

Welch 
Revere, — Bowdoin square, c. Bulfmch, 

Bingham, Wrisley, & Co. 
Sailors' Home,— 99 Purchase, P. G. 

At woo; 1 
Sewall House, — 3 Sewall place, Chas. 

Portloek 
South Boston Hotel, — 73 Fourth, 

Thos. A. Farrand 
Tremont, — Tremont st., Bingham, 

Wrisley, & Co. 
Tri-Mountain — 345 Hanover, M. Wil- 

mot 
United States, — Beach, cor. Lincoln, 

F. M. Pratt 
Washington House, — 15 Howard, S. 

S. Kimball 
Webster, — 382 Hanover, Job Jenness 

& Son 
Webster, — Summer, cor. Paris, East 

Boston, J. G. Chandler 
Wildes's,— 46 Elm, G. W. Whitte- 

more 
Winthrop House, — 34 Bowdoin, W. 

F. Davis 
Worcester Exchange, — CG Kneeland, 

cor. Albany, C. 11. Hoar 
Young's Hotel, — Cornhill court, Geo. 

Young 

House and Bridge Buildors. 
Moseley Iron Building Works, 53 

Washington 

House-Furnishing Articles. 
Brag'jr, Mace, & Co. 58 Blackstone 
Cohurn Silas D., Hanover, c. Charter 
Haynes James G. 156 Harrison ave. 
Lewis \V. L. 913 Washington 
Lothrop cS: Weinz, 25 Eliot 
Morrison F. C. 534 Washington 
Pan/t.orn Manivfae. Co. 22 School 
ROGERS & CO. 105, 10 7, 109 Fed- 
eral (wholesale, see adv. page 643) 
ST LA UN S N. C 12, 16, and IS 

Bromlield (importer, see adv. p. 622) 
Wadmau W. B. lull Washinirton 
30 



Walker F. A. & Co. 83 and 8.3 Corn- 
hill 
Waterman J. G. 5 and 7 Essex 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 

Husks. 
KITTREDGE F. O. (manuf. corn), 
7 7 Union " 

Ice Cream. 
Fussell J. & Co., under Park street 

Church 

Ice Dealers. 
Boston Ice Co. 99 State 
Gage Addison & Co. 70 State 
Hill John, 103 Faneuil Hall market 
HITTINGER J. basement lul State 

(see adv. page 620) 
llussell Jeremiah, 101 State 

India Rubber. 

See Rubber Goods. 

Ink. 
Carter William & Brother, 36 Water 
DONALD W. C. & CO. 18 Spring 

lane (printing, see adv. page 'Ml) 
FLAGG JOHN D. 27 Water (print- 
ing, see adv. page 79.";) 
MAYNARD & NOYES, 75 and 77 

Water 
Morrill & Son, 22 Water (printing 
SNOW, BOYDEN, & KNIGHT, l 
Cornhill (see adv. page 611) 

Ink Stands & Stationers' Hard- 
ware. 
HUDSON THOMAS S. (see adv. 
page 748) 

Inner & Outer Soles, Heels, &c. 
NICHOLS O. & CO. 136 and 133 
Pearl 

Inspectors. 
Ballast. 
Battis William L. 1 Commercial whf. 
Clark William F. 1 Commercial whf. 
Hatch Edward, 1 Commercial wh&r 

Beef and Pork. 

PITMAN JOHN H.& CO. 23 Ferry 
Inspector^ General of Fish. 

William Coggswell, 23 Court 
Deputy Inspectors of Fish. 

Brown Edward, 35 Lou? wharf 

Churchill Wm. O. & Co. 224 State 

Cole Winslow, Fort Hill wharf 

Dutton Darius, 155 Athena 

Emery James, jr. 

Eustace Thos. E. 76 Havre, E. B. 

French Warren. 21 Commercial 

Green Joseph W. 41 Lou- wharf 

Harlow Ansel II. 
j Lewis James N. 
Mann N. P. 220 Slate 
| Mansfield C. II. 222 State 
j Maxwell James, 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Inspectors — contin ued. 
Mayo U. II., Carlton's wharf, 57 

Sumner 
Nickerson Thomas W. 7 Commerce 
Nye James P. Weeks' Wharf 
Parker George 0. foot Henchman 
Parsons Daniel W. 28 Com. Wharf 
Whitney S. 38 Long wharf 

Flour. 
Thompson & Tracy, 82 Commercial 
Wade Asa, 17-i State 
Young R. S. 74 Commercial 

Gas ana Mtters. 
Stimpson F. E. 313 Washington 

Hay. 
Barnes Israel M. 100 Canal 
Livermore Samuel B. 129 Commercial 

Hides. 
Peirson A. L, 5 Lewis wharf 

Leather. 
Hodgdon George C. S2 North 

Marine. 
Baker Richard, 1 7 Merchants Ex. 
Davis Ebenezer, 1 7 Merchants Ex. 
Howes E. agt. F. Lloyds, 128 State 
Pearce S. S. 21 Commercial 

Milk. 
Faxon Henry, at City Hall 

Oil and Spirits. 
Chesley P., India, opp. Custom Ho. st. 
Cleaves Nathaniel, 3 Central wharf 
Cleaves N. P. 3 Central wharf 
Collins J. H., Summer, cor. Chauncy 
Ordway B. Henry, 150 State 

Pot ami Pearl Ashes. 
Patten Thomas, Causeway, c. Medford 

Steamboats. 
Burnharn Andrew, Maverick sq. E.B. 

Tobacco. 
Bemis Emery, 7 India wharf 
Nowell John A. 169 Blaekstone 

Instruments. 
Electro-Magnetic. 

CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 

800 Wash, (see adv. page 023) 
Hall Thomas, 15 Bromfield 
WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr. 109 

Court (see adv. page 644) 
Optical. 
Boston Optical Works, Chas. Stodder, 

agent, 75 Kilby 

Math, and Naut., also Uj ■':< and Charts. 

Huntington William. 187 Broad 
Lincoln F. W.jr. & Co. L2U Com'l 
Ritchie E. S. & Son, 313 Washington 
Thaxtor Samuel & Son, 125 State 
Watson William, 'J 1 * ■ v Washington 



Measuring. 
Watson William, 21GJ Washington 
Watts Joseph, 6 Washington 

Philosophical. 
CHAMBERLAIN 11. B. & W. O. 

300 Wash, (see adv. page 623) 
Hall Thomas, 15 Bromiield 
Huddleston J. F. S. 96 Washington 
Lowe N. M. 103 Court (hvgrodiek) 
Ritchie E. S. & Son. 313 Washington 
Siefert Charles A. 70 Washington 

Surgical and Dental. 
Codman & Shurtleff, 13 Tremont 
WHITE S. S. 10 Tremont row (see 
adv. opp. page 385) 

Telegraphic. 
Hall Thomas, 15 Bromfield 
WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr. 109 
Court (see adr. page G44) 

Insurance Agents. 
Allen II. F. 8 Congress square 
Barnard Brothers, 8 Congress square 
Bean J. 49 Washington 
BONNEY PELHAM, 27 State (see 

adv. page 614) 
Bostwiek E. W. do\ Washington 
Bradford & Folger, 3 Merchants Ex. 
Brewer Cyrus, 3 Phoenix building 
Brewster Oliver, 4 State 
Brown John N. 3 Phoenix buil ling 
Brown W. II. 3 Phoenix building 
Bumstead John, 14 State 
BURGE L. 29 Kilby 
Capen R. S. 8 Congress square 
Chapman A. F. 9o| Washington 
Cherrington L.J. 134 Washington 
CHILDSE. F. 80 Washington 
Churchill Henry, o Traveller build'g 
Claessens F. W. 113 Washington 
Clapp J. C. 74 Franklin (life) 
CLAPP OTIS, 3 Beacon 
Clark Samuel, 17 State 
Collin G. W. 4 Merchants Exchange 
Comey C. II. 33 School 
Compton P.J. 15 Congress 
Cowlcs, Brown, & Co. 3d State, room 2 
Cram L. W. 08 State 
Crane W. C. 8 Congress square 
Cushman Moses E. 27 State 
Cutting William II. 36 Kilbv 
DOB SOX I. F. & CO. 46 State 
Draper E. L. 84 Washington 
Dudley & Oliver, 15 and 1»J Traveller 

building 
Dunlap George E! 8 Congress square 
EATON EDWIN A. 49 Washin 

room 2 (see adv. page 786) 
Edwards Henry, 14 Kilby 
Elliot George II. 17 State 
EVERETT J. MASON, 151 Wa h 

(see adv. page ~< 78) 
Fairbanks l>avid & i'o. 20 Si itc 
Fletcher Edmund, 40 St itc | 



INSURANCE AGENTS — INTELLIGENCE OFFICES. 



459 



Fletcher Joel W. 80 Washington 
Fletcher J. W. 22 School (lite) 
Fotgcr G. II. 3 Merchants Exchange 
Foster Nathan'l,- jr. 2 Merchants Ex. 

(marine) 
Foss F. J. 95:V Washington 
Fuller M. A. & Co. 50 Brorafield 
Fullerton Charles J. 8 Congress sq. 
Gannet W. P. 80 Washington 
Gerry Charles F. 41 State 
Gordon Geo. Wm. 2 Merchants Ex. 
Guild W. Henry, 134 Wash, (life) 
Hapgood J. II. L34 Washington 
Harding William B. 108 Fourth 
Hayes II. W. 18 State 
Higginson S. 1 and 3 Kilby 
Hills. Whittemore, & Co. 4 Congress 
Hobart Arthur Wm. 29 State 
Hoitt & Rolfe, 96 Washington (life) 
Hollis E. P. 36 Kilby 
Holman E. 32 Congress 
Hoi man R. W. 32 Congress 
Ilovev & Fenno, Traveller building, 

31 State 
Hutchings W. V. 31 Kilby 
Hyde II. II. 85 State 
HYDE J. F. C. 2 Court square 
Jones J. G. 8 Congress square 
Jordan W. II. S. 70 Washington 
Keith W. F. 1 1 3 Washington 
Kent & Goodman, 6 Congress 
Knappe Carl, 6 Lindall 
Knight A. L. 35 School 
Knight Joel & Co. 156 State 
Kimball Samuel. 17 State 
Leary Michael, 23 State 
Long E. J. & Co. 76 State 
Loring & Clark, 51 Merchants Exch. 
Lovett A. 46 State 
Lurvev J. T. 8 Bromfield 
Marshall M. S. 8 Bromfield 
Maynard S. B. 1 7 State 
Mercer & Goodrich, 40 State (room 2) 
MERRILL ARTHUR, 27 State 
MERRITT N. T. 113 Washington, 

(see adv. paire 769) 
Mills 0. P. 9 Merchants row 

Murdoch: a. l. 49 Washington 

Nickerspn Charles, 92 State 
Norris D. II. & Co. 31 Washington 
Norris George W. & Co. 8 Congress 

square 
Oldham J. & Co. 11 Traveller building 
Palmer A. C. 156 Washington (life) 
Parkhurst J. W. 41 State 
Parsons John, jr. 3> Congress 
Parsons & Winchester, 96 Washington 
Pearson E. Asher, 17 State 
P irsoxi F. W. 48 State 
£h-»p* P. S. 4 State 
P help" James T. 96 Washington 
Pinkham A. B. 12 Congress square 
VU MMKRC. G. C. 40 State, room 2 
Portwr Charles II. 12 Congress square 
POH FEU J. W. 12 Congress square 



PORTER W. & CO. 12 Congres 

Powell C. T. 48 Men liants Ex< !■ 
Prince .James II. 82 Congress 
Prince J. B. 32 Congress 
RAY EDWIN, 84 Washington (see 

adv. page 79 1) 
Raymond F. 80 Washington 
Reed & Brother, 9 Old State House 
Robinson & Brown, 3 Phoenix buildin" 
Rowe Richard, 4* Merchant- Exch. 
Rupp D. C. M. 113 Washington 
RUSSELL D. W. 13 Merchants Ex- 
change (see adv. page 786) 
Russell W. E. 9 State 
Sampson W. II. 46 State 
SEARS WILLIAM B. 40 State, room 

2 (see adv. page 787) 
Sherman James. 27 State 
Simpson James, 80 Washington 
Smith F. II. 95} Washington 
Sperry & Washburn, 9G Washington 
Stearns E. 48 State 
Stephens John W. 2 Congress 
STEPHENSON L. jr. 49 Washington 
Swords & Eddy, 9 Merchants row 
Trowbridge S.'W. 15 Kilby 
Tucker Thomas W. 27 State 
Tyler John S. 28 State 
Vincent W. H. 31 Kilby 
WARD J. II. &CO. 14 State 
Warren Daniel, 32 Summer 
Waterman L. E. 27 State 
Wells Charles F. 6 Congress 
Wells & Denney, 763 Federal 
Westgate J. E.'31 Kilby 
Whitney Wm. S. 70 Washington 
Whittier H. F. 48 Merchants Exch. 
Williams B. W. 92 Washington 
WILSON II. G. 17 State (life and 

accident) 
Winnett J. & Co. 9 State 
Wood A. L. 103 State 
Woodward Daniel, 80 Washington 
Young D. & Co. 29 Kilby 

Intelligence Offices. 

Adams Maria. 659 Washington 
Baker Warren M. 76 Tremont 
Bannister & Co. OG Tremont 
Church & Co. 723 Washington 
Clark F. A. 6 Mollis 
Cummings & Phelps, 1 Cambridge 
Dodge S^ A. 288 Tremont 
Emerson II. B. 21 Newton pla e 
Flint E. Mrs. 558 Washington 
Grimes L. A. Mrs. 2s Grove 
Harris B. 217 Cambridge 
Ilovev Louisa, 1000 Washington 
Lichstentien I. Mrs. 4 Bennet 
McDonald F. 3 Barry's curt 
McLaughlin M., South, cor. Bea< h 
Pierce E. I. Mrs. 130 Washington 
Naylor 5c Wing, 110 Court 

| Kingman L. 13 Winter 

I Steele Rosa, 3 Oak 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Intelligence Offices — continued. 
Taylor! R. 31 Bridge 
Thurston Lyman, 62 Chambers, cor. 

Poplar 
Todd & Co. 31 Exchange, room 11 
WELLS & POWER, 21 School, 

room 2 (see adv. page 605) 
Wheclock O. K. 28 Sudbury 
Williams S. J. 884= Washington 
Wing L. II. 210 Washington 

Inventor. 

WOODBURY JOSEPH P. 35 Stu- 
dio building (steam car) 

Iron-Fence Builders. 

Bramhall Otis, 119 Congress 
DEMO, ROBERTS, & Co. Cause- 
way, corner Friend (see adv. inside 
back cover) 
Goldie John, 75 West Dedham 
Ilaberstroh M. & Stuck, 480 Tremont 
Mason Lewis, 159 Harrison avenue 
Patch Sidney, 63 Merrimac 
Robinson A. E. 112 Second, n. C 
Smith G. W. & F. 409 Federal 
TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 Win- 
ter (see adv. page 643) 
Weeman Ebenezer, 129 Merrimac 
WILSON J. W. 79 & 81 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 631) 
WLNN JOHN A. & CO. 23 Exch. 

Iron Forges. 

See Forges. 

Ivpn Founders. 

Bird William E. 23 State 

Bisbee & Endicott, 81 State 

Boston & Maine Foundry Co., A. J. 
Blanchard & W. W. Elliott, agents, 
46 Canal, and 139 Friend 

CHILSON GARDNER, 99 Black- 
stone (see adv. inside front cover) 

DAVIS & FARNUM, 82 Washing- 
ton, factory at Waltham (see adv. 
page 614) 

Dyer & Gurney, Border, opp. Central 
square, E. 15. 

Fulton Iron Foundry Co., Charles A. 
Thacher, treasurer, 39 Broad 

Ilinkley & Williams Works, 416 Har- 
rison avenue 

Kinsley L. 42 Fulton 

LAZELL, PERKINS, & CO. 28 
Broad (see adv. page 75<j) 

MAYXAU1) JAMES A.. New, c. 
Maverick, E. B. (see adv. p. 770) 

TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 
Winter (see adv. page 643) 

Norway Iron Works, 999 Federal 

Pembroke Forge Co., 965 Federal 

Pratt Miles & Co. 84 North 

PRATT & WENT WORTH, 87 and 
91 North 



SOUTH BOSTON IRON CO., W. 
P. Hunt, treasurer, 2 Central wharf 

Sturtevant B. F. 72 Sudbury 

Iron Furniture 

TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 
Winter (bedsteads, see adv. dept. 
page 643) 

TUCKER MANUFACTURING Co. 
117 Court (see adv. page 620) 

WINN JOHN A. & CO. 23 Exch. 

Iron and Steel. 
Abbott & Howard, 57 Kilby 
Bay State Iron Co. 95 Water 
Blodgett & White, 70 Fulton 
Bridgewater Iron Manufacturing Co., 

N. Stetson, 134 Milk 
BUTLER, SISE,& CO. 113 Federal 

(steel) 
Coflin N. W. 19 Central 
Coffin W. E. & Co. 103 State 
Comey W. G. agent, Weymouth Iron 

Co. 28 Union wharf 
Dennis S. James, 122 Water 
DEVEREUX A. F. & CO. 8 Central 

(see adv. page 624) 
Earl, Smith, &X 1 o. 24 Fulton 
Flagler & Brother, 30 and 32 Kilby 
FULLER, DANA, & FITZ, 110 

North 
GAY, MANSON, & CO. 22 Fulton 
Herrick M. A. 82 Milk 
HUNT O. agent for Park, Brother, 

& Co. 42 Batterymarch (see adv. 

pane 795) 
HUSSEY, WELLS, & CO., L. P. 

Hunt, agent, 139 and 111 Federal 

(see adv. page 624) 
JESSOP WM. & SONS, 147 Milk 

(see adv. front colored) 
Johnson Henry M. 31 Central 
Joyce & Richardson, 41 & 43 Fulton 
LangW. Bailey & Co. 9 Libertysquare 
LEEDS, ROBINSON, & CO. 75 and 

77 North (see adv. page 781) 
Lothrop & Moselev, 104 and 106 Broad 
MAY & CO. (also tin plat.-), 1 Broad 

(see adv. on inside back cover) 
McAVOY ARTHUR, 11 & 13 Fulton 

(see adv. page 780) 
McCann & Burns. 42 Fulton 
Mills Brothers, 8 India wharf (hoop) 
Moselev & Hodgman, 75and 77 Broad 
Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. Leonard, 

agent and treas. 120 Milk 
Naylor & Co. 80 State 
Newell & Page, 35 India 
PARK, BROTHER, & CO.. P.lack 

Diamond Steel Works, Pitt-burg, 



Pa., b 



warenou 



?e, 42 Battery- 
agent (sen 



march, Oliver Hunt, 
adv. pa<je 7 !>.">) 
Pembroke Iron Co., Wm. E. Collin, 
treas. 103 State 



IRON AND STEEL — JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC. 



461 



PITTSBURG STEEL WORKS, 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. agents, 75 

and 7 7 North (see adv. page 781) 
Pratt Isaac, jr. 134 Milk 
Richards & Co. 40 to 44 North 
Richardson J. & Bros. 2 Central whf. 
Rogers & Sheldon, 83 Water 
Sanderson Brothers & Co. 18 Battery- 
march 
Taft John B. IS Battery march 
Thompson C. & F. 5 Custom-house st. 
Toplin & Lothrop, 49 and 51 Fulton 
Tuckerman & Cate, 14 Custom-house 

street 
Williams G. W. A. 5 Liberty square 
Wills H. G. & Co. 14G Congress 
Wilson, Hawksworth, Ellison, & Co. 
45 and 4 7 Fulton 

Iron Steamship & Vessel Build- 
ers. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 

Marion, E. B. (see adv. last white 

page) 
Loring Harrison, First, Citv Point 
MA YNARD JAMES A., Now, cor. 

Maverick (see adv. page 7 70) 
McKAY & ALDUS, Border st. E. B. 

Isinglass. 
GOULD J. D. 30 Union (see adv. 
page 780) 

Italian Awnings. 
YALE R. M. & CO. 14 Commercial 
(see adv. page 645) 

Japanned Ware Mamifs. 

DOVER STAMPING CO. 8S and 

90 North 
Bragfj & Mace, 58 Blackstone 
MASON GEO. II. 154 and 158 

Blackstone (see adv. page 638) 
Morse M. F. 94 Blackstone 
Seavev & Co. 85 Blackstone 
WINN JOHN A. & CO. 23 Exch. 

Japanners. 
Bennett W. R. 34 Water 
Blakemore Wm. rear 20 Avery 
Cotter E. 138 Lincoln 
Fitzemeyer Wm. J. 138 Blackstone 
Hodges & Colman, 106 Sudbury 
Kittredge John D. 13 Haverhill 
MASON GEO. II. 154 Blackstone 
(see adv. page 638) 

Jewellers, Manufs, 
(See also Jewelry,Watches, and Plate.') 
Ailinan John II. 3u Bromfield 
Bartlett C. F. & Co. 4 Cornhill court 
Bell J. G. 4 Cornhill court 
BIIANDLY V. & CO. (hair), 228 

Washington (see adv. page 642) 
Brown F. T. 1 i Hanover 
CROSBY & MORSE, 240 Washing. 

(see adv. page 641) 



221 

160 



! Chase Charles O. L. 8 Bromfield 
| Clarkson & Brooks, 210 Wa liington 
; Dearing & Cole, 280 Hanover 
J Ehret F. 228 Washington 
I Ford James M. 205 Washington 
I Guild & Delano, 2 Winter 
j Harod Wm. F. 220J Washington 
I Ilersey B. A. 160 Washington 
Hews A. 22 Shawmut avenue 
Hinds & Albee, 2164 Washington 
Howland & Bates, 50 Bromli I 1 
Lynch S. W. 217 Washington 
i Martin V. 32 Washington 
I Meek Samuel, 32 Winter 
J Morgan A. 2',- Bromfield (hair) 
|Munroe C. A" B. 103 Washington 
Quimby M. T. & Co. 14 Hanover 
Quinn & Snow, 12 Hawkins 
RICHARDS II. M. JEWELRY 
CO. 7 Green, c. Chardou (see adv. 
page 611) 
Ripley, Crosby, & Peabody, 

Washington, room 21 
SACKETT, DAVIS, & CO 

W r ash. (see adv. page 7 73) 
Talcott J. W. 83 Sudbury 
Warren & Richmond, 26 Washington 
Whiting Manuf. Co., S. II. Johnson, 
agent, 21 School 

Jewellers' Findings. 
Dennison & Co. GQ Milk and 73 Con- 
gress 

Jewellers' Trays. 
Dod^e T. E. 19 Harvard place 
Hughes John A. & Co. 151 Wash. 
LautenE. A. 221 Washington 

Jewelry, Watches, & Plato. 
Adams Geo. E. 373 Washington 
Aver D. C. 39 Hanover 
Bacon & Co. 30 Elm 
Baer N. 39 7 Wa>hin<jton 
Bailey S. W. 193 Washington 
Bigelow Bros. & Kennard, 219 Wash. 

and 10 Bromfield 
Bloch 1). b6 Court 
Bond Wm. & Son, 1 7 Congress 
Bonnie Louis, 566 Washington 
Brisrgs Leonard C. 13 Maveri< k sq. 
Brown 11. It. 9 Court 
Burbank A. F. & Co. 456 Wash. 
Byron Daniel, 140 Broad 
Crosbv C. A. W. 231 Washington 
CROSBY £ MORSE, 240 \ 

(see adv. page 641) 
Currier, Trott, & Co. 148 W i.Ji. 
Fall F. H. & A. 40 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Federhen & Co. 61 Court 
Federhen John, 53 Court 
Ford Janus M. 2<>5 Wash. 
Fove & Gleason, 30 Federal 
Gale. Snow. & Co. 221 Wash. 
Gay Levi.B. 345 Washington 
Gooding Jo.-iah, 83 Washington 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Jewelry, etc. — continued. 
Gray & Libby, 233 Washington 
Guild & Delano, 2 Winter 
Haddock, Lincoln. & Foss, 05 Wash. 
Harwood Bros. 20 Brorafield 
Hastings I). J *>. & J. 520 Wash. 
Hows Aug. II. 10.1 Washington 
Hills Richard & Bro. 206 Wash. 
Horn Edwin B. 32 Hanover 
Kennard Chas. W. & Co. 122 Trera. 
Kendall James, 20 Merchants row 
Kettell J. V. 158 Washington 
Knapp M. M. 84 Tremont 
Lowe David II. 29 Leverett 
Lynch S. W. 213 Washington 
Meservy & Wetherbee, 2 City Hall 

avenue 
Mitchell II. A. 27 West 
Mudge Geo. A. & Co. 195 Wash. 
Munroe C. A. B. 193 Washington 
Myers S. & J. 90 Washington 
Palmer &Bachelders, 102' Wash. 
Pereival D. C. jr. & Co. 193 Wash. 
Perkins Matthew, 180 Hanover : 
Piddington George, 216| Wash. 
Potter,' Drake, & Co. 25 Water 
Quimby M. T. & Co. 14 Hanover 
Raymond F. C. 4 Bromfield 
Ridgewav John & Son, 30 Cambridge 
Rowe J.'R. 177 Washington 
Sherman C. J. F. 220 Hanover 
Shreve, Stanwood, & Co. 220 Wash. 
Skinner A. 02 Hanover 
Smith Edwin, 55 Tremont 
Sosoowiski C. 522 Washington 
Spear Henry T. & Son, 150 Wash. 
Stowell Alexander & Co. 10 Winter 
Sweet James S. 49 Hanover 
Symonds Joseph, 7 79 Washington 
Tarbell Ed. 173 Broadway 
Warner A. & II. A. Ill Court 
Willard S. & Son, 9 Congress 
Wood N. G. 9 and 11 Hanover 
Woodman II. A. 3 71 Washington 

Jig Sawing and Turning. 

Grav J. J. 115 Canton 

McNUTT JOHN J., NOVELTY 
WOODWORKS, Wareham and 
Maiden (sec, adv. page 7 7 7) 

Junk Dealers. 

Ballon G. 397 Commercial 
Ballon G. & A. 285 Commercial 
Ballon Patrick, 27 7 Commercial 
Barlow Edward, Lincoln, c. Essex 
Barnes 1). 391 Commercial 
Barnes Levi & Co. 369 Commercial 
Battles O. L. 022 Federal 
Bishop Robert & Co. 291 Broad 
Brandon J. 35 Haverhill 
Briekley T. 235 Federal 
Brown A. R. 25 7 Causeway 
Butler T. 249 Causeway 
Calahan B. 00 Cove 



Ch covers James, 232 Causeway 
Coghlin James, 135 Endicott 
Collinson John, 217 Endicott 
Cordingley W. S. & F. 409 Broad 
Cronin John, 151 Harrison avenue 
Culliston Joseph, 458 Harrison ave. 
Curry M. 150 Broad 
Daccy Timothy. 303 Broad 
Dimmock S. 64 Northampton 
Doherty Daniel, lot Charlestown 
Downey Michael, 10 7 Dover 
Dunbar E. P. & Co. 281 Commercial 
Dunn John, 341 Federal 
Dyer Charles il. 352 Commercial 
Eaton and Folsom, 144 Fulton 
FANNING R. C. 303 Commercial 
Farren W. 80 Cross 
Fines Norris, 127 Haverhill 
Friel John, 01 Pitts 
Gallagher Chas. 145 Charlestown 
Gallagher E. 438 Harrison avenue 
Garfield & Co. 148 Commercial 
Glavin W. 204 Broad 
Gomersall Joseph, 159 Fulton 
Gorman J. 18 Lincoln 
Halleran B. 407 Commercial 
Haskins & Montague, 108 Broad 
Haynes Adolphus F. 27 Province 
Hennessy J. 000 Federal 
Hennessey J. S. 253 Broad 
Hodgkins & Blodgett, 4 Russia wharf 
Howe John, 307 Broad 
Keenan John, 48 Fulton 
Kemp J. A. 042 Federal 
Kennedy William, 02 Cross 
Kent &'Gore, 100 Canal 
Knight Hiram, 54 Pitts 
Larrabee Chas. 172 Canal 
Leary M. II. 802 Federal 
Leonard C. 502 Commercial 
Leonard M. II. 240 Commercial 
Locke Samuel B. 203 Causeway 
Locke Simeon, 172 Canal 
Lodge John, 130 Fulton 
Louthers A. 422 Commercial 
Louthers & Leach, 420 Commercial 
Lynch William, 287 Causeway 
Lyons John, 320 Commercial 
j Magner & Lyons, 275 Federal 
! Mahony Patrick, 128 Broad 
Maloney & Boyle, 107 Merrimac 
I Mansfield Benj. 344 Broad 
I McCuller John, 4 N. Grove 
I McDonough Patrick, 273 Causeway 
McShane, .Murphy, & Co. 418 Com'l 
Moore Charles II* 84 and 86 Fulton 
Moore & Mullen, 121 Merrimac 
MullinM. 108 Federal 
Nichols -Jc Avery, 105 Fulton 
Noonan J. 305 Federal 
O'Brien James, 313 Harrison avenue 
O'Brien James, 431 Broad 
O'Brien John, 78 Cove 
O'Brien M. A. 345 Federal 
O'llara John, 285 and 28 7 Broad 



JUNK DEALERS — LACER BEER SALOONS. 



4C3 



O'NcilJames, 32S Harrison avenue 
O'SuliivanJ. D. 108 Essex 
Pembroke C. 219 Endicott 
Power James <Sc Co. 376 Federal 
Putnam & Martin. 213 Broad 
Quilty Dennis & Son, 138 Dover 
Ring Mich'l A. & Sons, 215 and 217 

Broad 
Roberts E. K. 225 Broad 
Buddy Owen, 459 Harrison avenue 
Kussell Amos, 94 Richmond 
Shea John, 364 Federal 
Stanton T. J. 150 Federal 
Soloman H. B. 119 Fulton 
Stewart & Dryden, 360 Broad 
Stoekwell George, 110 Fulton 
Sullivan D. 403 Broad 
Swift Peter, 32 Irving 
Timson & Titeomb, 405 Broad 
Webb James, 499 Commercial 
Woods J. 805 Federal 
Wright Thomas, 755 Federal 

Ketchup. 

COWDREY E. T. & CO. 19 and 21 

Portland (see adv. page 618) 

Kid Gloves. 

LANE E. J., TUTTLE, & CO. 27 

and 29 Hawley 
Sparrow Kjiowles, 25 Hawley 

Kindling "Wood Go's. 

Boston Kindling Wood Co. 3 Milk 
Conley & Nickerson, First, near F 
HALL W. M. foot of Fayette 
Oakman & Eldridge, 200 Charles 
Suffolk Kindling Co. 151 Washington 

Knitting Machines. 

Lamb Family Machine, O. M. Fish, 
agent, 63 Court 

Knobs. 

PARKER & SLEEPER, 173 Black- 
stone (see adv. p. 642) 

Labels. 
DENNISON 6c CO. 66 Milk and 73 
Congress 

Laces, Embroideries, &c. 

Abbot Walter, 84 Hanover 
Beckett J. M. 74 Hanover 
Dolbeare S. 11. 36 Winter 
Dolbeare 8c Hawkins, 98 and 112 Court 
Gross & Strauss, 321 and 323 Wash. 
Gwinn ^ Co. 6 Temple place 
Uolbrook C. C. & Co. 26 Summer 
Holmes O. 391 Washington 
Houghton S. S. 45, 47, k 72 Tremont 
Lowthet \V. 2 Province building, and 

21 Bromfield 
Mudge A. C. 224 Washington 
Peyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 
Puree J. M. 337 Washington 



Ladies' Furnishing Stores. 
ADAMS CHARLOTTE M. 300 

Washington (see adv. p. 779) 
Stevens J. J. 282 Washington 

Lampblack Manufacturers. 

DONALD \VM. C. & CO. 18 Spring 

lane (see adv. page fill ) 
MORRILL & SOX, 22 Water 

Lamp Manuf. and Dealers. 

Bliss & Perkins, 25 and 27 West (ker- 
osene) 
Briggs 6c Co. 22 and 24 Merch. row 
Carleton William, 30 Beach 
Carr Geo. W. (dealer), 96 Sudbury 
CLARK, ADAMS, & CLARK. 156 

Congress 
Dodge E. P. 8 Tremont 
Dodge J. F. 62 Broad 
Hooper H. N. & Co. 58 Commercial 
Lincoln Win. & Co. 15 Central 
McKennev C. II. & Co. 523 Wash. 
MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 620) 
Noves Person, 4 7 India 
ROGERS & CO. 105, 107, and 109 

Federal (kerosene, see adv. p. 643) 
STETSON S. A.& CO. 352 and 360 

Washington (see adv, p. 7 79) 
Tarbell E.\Sc Son, 11 Bromfield 
UNION ILLUMINATING OIL CO 

34 India 
Whitney & Tappan, 15 Winter 
Williams & Page (car lamps), 91 

Water 
Williams Win. B. Ill Milk 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
Wyman Charles F. & Co. 72 Kilby 

Land Companies. 
AMERICAN LAND CO., W. L. 

Burt, agent, 96 Washington 
Boston & Roxbury Mill Corporation, 
W. S. Whitwell,' treas. 13 Ex< hanne 
Cary Improvement Co., G. f. W. 

Braman, treas. 96 Washingt »n 
East Boston Land Co., A. R. Turner, 

treas. 3<) Court, room 14 
Edgeworth Land Co., J. C. Dunn, 

treas. 39 State 
Newport California Land Co., S. C. 
Bradshaw, agent, 81 Wash, room 24 
Real Estate Building Co., Anson J. 

Stone, treas. 23 Arch 
| Waverly Land Co., D. L. Demmon, 
treas." 134 State 

Lager Boer Saloons. 
' Bent James, 127 North 
Edwards E. S. 123 Dover 
Elz George, 32 Eliot 
j Griner M. 6 77 Washington 
Hennessey J. C. 252 Hanover 
Intz C. II. 831 Washington 
i Koesske John, 40 1 Washington 



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Laqer Beer, etc. — continued. 
Smith S. 5 Harvard 
STAUFF BROS., Marginal, opp. 

Dry Dock, E. B. 
Sullivan Eugene, 4 Lewis 
Weeber John, 4 Mason 
Weiss ix Co., Kneeland, c. Hudson 

Lava Goods and Gas Tips. 
WIGHTMAN BROS. 25 Kilby 

Landscape Gardeners. 
Clapp Otis F. 7 Court sq. room 38 
Copeland It. .Morris, 41 Barristers Hall 
Meacham G. F. 23 Congress 
SIIEDD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 

room 38 (see adv. page 643) 

Lanterns. 
BOWMAN BENJ. P. 66 Union 

(street lanterns) 

CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 
300 Wash, (magic, see adv. p. 623) 

MASON GEO. H. 154 and 158 Black- 
stone (see adv. page 638) 

Tufts Brothers, 42 Sudbury 

Lapidary. 

Reynolds S.jr. 50 Bromfield 

Lard and Tallow. 
CRAFTS A. F.j Sixth, eor. F (see 
adv. page 030j 

Lasting Machines. {Patent.) 
Plununer Patent Last Boot and Shoe 

Co. 9 Federal 

Last Makers. 
GILSON & WALKER, 117 North 

(see adv. page 644) 

Laundries. 
Bay State Laundry, 4 Hawkins 
Boston Dye House and Laundry, 181 

Washington 
Cambridge Laundry, 97 Washington 
Chelsea, S. Sibley, 208 Washington 
City Laundry, 14 2 Northampton, 

office-, 415 Washington 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 

20 Bromlield 
Union Laundry, 2 West Castle 

Lead Mining Companies. 

Canada Lead Co., Albert Case, treas. 

7 Phumix building 
Coal Hill Lead Mining Co., II. Bige- 

low, treas. 60 City Exchange 

Lawyers. 
Abbot Edwin II. 4 Court ^ 
Abbott A. 22 Merchants Exchange 
Abbott Chas. E. 2 7 Court 
Abbott John S. 22 Merchants Ex. 
ABBOTT JOSI AH G. 4 2 Curt 
Abbott Wuu. A. 21 Merchants Ex. 
Adams Chas. Francis, jr. 42 Court 



Adams Geo. Z. 19 Court 
Adams J. Quiney, 7 Court square 
ALBEE SUMNER, 20 Court 
Alger Edwin A. 85 Court 
Allen A. O. 27 Court 
Allen C. E. 27 Court 
Allen Charles, 30 Court 
ALLEN MACON B. 23 Con-ress 
ALLEN STILLMAN B. 20 Court 
Almon A. B. 43 City Exchange 
Ames Fisher, 46 Court 
AMORY THOMAS C. 28 Beacon 
ANDREW JOHN A. 96 Wash. 
Andrews J. II. 81 Washington 
Andrews John L. 46 Court 
ANGELL (Geo. T.) & JENNISON 
(Samuel), 46 Wash. Commissioners 
for all the States and Notaries Pub- 
lic 
ASPINWALL WILLIAM, 40 State 

(foreign, see adv. page 635) 
Atwood Charles, 39 Court 
AUSTIN ARTHUR W. 48 State 
AUSTIN I VERS J. 30 Court 
AVERY EDWARD, 52 Wash. 
AYER PHINEAS, 11 Court 
BADGER A. F. 11 and 12 Studio 

building 
Baker Elihu C. 7 Court square 
BALCH FRANCIS V. 39 Court 
Baldwin Geo. \V. 20 State. 
BALDWIN HENRY, 27 State 
Ballard J. M. 19 Court 
Bancroft Geo. 7 Court square 
Bangs Edward, 42 Court 
Barker James M. 10 Court 
Barrett Jonathan F. 42 Court 
Bartlett Francis, 16 Court 
BARTLETT SIDNEY, 16 Court 
Bartlett Sidney, jr. 16 Court 
Bartlett Wm. 32 Summer 
Bassett Elisha, U. S. Court House 
BATCHELDER SAMUEL, jr. 18 

Pemberton square 
Bates Samuel W. 46 Washington 
Bennett Joseph. 9 Scollay's building 
BENT S. ARTHUR, 7 Court square 
Be mis George, 5 Court 
Berry N. C. 33 School 
BETTON GEO. E. 27 Court 
Bigelow Edwin M. 10 Court 
Bigelow & Mclntire, 17 Old State 

House 
Bishop Joel P. 27 Tremont Temple 
Bishop R. R. 20 State 
BLAKE EDWARD, 39 Court 
Blume Andreas. 33 School 
Boardman & Blodgett, i>5 Court 
Boardman A. W. 7 Court square 
Boswell dames O. 27 Cornhill 
BOUTWELL (Geo. S.) .x BAD- 
GER (A. F.), 11 Studio building 
Bowditch W. I. 8 Railroad Exchange 
Bowman S. Z. 24 Old State House 
Bradley J. II. 19 Court 



LAWYERS. 



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Brigs* A - **• 4 ' 2 Court 
Ure*wster Aug. 0. 47 Court 
Brigham Win. 35 Court 
Rrighani Win. T. 35 Court 
Brooks Francis, 7 Court square 
BROOKS FRANCIS A. 76 State 
Brooks & Ball. 40 State 
Brown Jeremiah, 81 Washington 
BROWN (AlpheusR.) & ALGER 

(Edwin A.) 35 Court 
Browne Albert G., jr. 19 Court 
BROWNE C AUSTEN, 46 School 
Browne E 1 ward I. 16 Court 
Bryant N. B. 41 State 
Buck Edward, 11 Court 
Buck Robert H. 5 Tremont 
Burbank Robt. I. 46 Court 
Buruham Sech C. 9 State 
Burrage Win. W. 33 School 
BURT WM. L. 96 Washington 
Butler John H. 27 Court 
Butler B. F. 49 Tremont 
Butterfield John W r . 33 School 
Butterworth A. F. 22 School 
Byam Geo. A. 81 Washington 
CARPENTER JAS. E. 22 School 
Cass Andrew J. 5 Tremont 
Chamberlain Mellen, 35 Court 
Chandler Pole? W. 4 Court 
CHANDLER THEOPHILUS P. 

United-States Asst. Treasurer, office 

at Custom House 
Cheever T. P 5 Tremont 
CHILD LINUS, 27 Tremont row 
CHILD LINUS M. 27 Tremont row 
Choate Chas. F. 31 Washington 
Choate Frederick W. 27 Court 
Choate George F. 23 Court 
Churchill Asaph, 2 7 Tremont row 
Churchill J. McKean, 27 Tremont row 
Clark Albe C 10 Court 
Clarke John J. 27 State. 
Clarke T. W. 41 Studio building 
Codnian John. 4 Court 
Codman & Johnson, 27 Kilbv 
COFFIN A. B. 33 School, room 4 
Cogswell Wm. 23 Court 
Col burn W. G. 30 Court 
Colby John F. 35 Court 
Connolly Wm. T. 7 Court House 
Convers'e & Ivellw 81 Washington 
COOLIDGE AUSTIN J. 33 School, 

room 51 
Coolidge David IT. 4 Court 
Coolidge II trace II. 7 Court square 
CoolMtjeJ. R. 33 School 
COPELAND GEO. W. 5 Tremont 
Cottridl vV Bennett. 9 Scollay's build'g 
COWLEY CHARLES, 7 "Court sq. 

room 17 
CRAGI N L. S., J ei. 20 Court, room 1 9 
Crantlall II. Burr, 5 Tremont 
Grant' !> tvid F. 23 Court 
CREECH SAMUEL W., Jit. 30 

Court, room 4 

30} 



Crocker Uriel II. 19 Court [room 6 

CROWLEY JOHN C. 33 School, 

Currier T. F. 13 School 

Currier Benjamin II. 

Currier S. E. D. 11 Court 

Curtis B. R. 34 School 

Curtis Charles P. IG Court 

Curtis Walter, 34 School 

Cutler Joseph, 4 7 Court 

Cutter I. J. 11 Court 

Dabney L. S. 30 Court 

Dame Abraham A. 59 Court 

Dame Charles C. 7 Court square 

Dame Theodore S. 9 State 

Dame Wm. A. 59 Court 

Dana Chas. F. 4G Court 

Dana Edward A. 19 Court 

Dana Edmund T. 3 7 Chestnut 

Dana Richard II. jr. 30 Court 

DAVIS JAS. C. 30 Court, room 23 

Davis Jerome, 81 Washington 

DEAN BENJ. 42 Court, room 18 

Dean & Perry, 22 Tremont row 

DEIION WM & J. D. BRYANT, 4 

Court 
Demond Chas. 91 Washington 
Denny Henry G. 39 Court 
DERBY (George S.) & WILLIAM- 
SON (William C.) 46 Court, 
room 5 
DEXTER WILLIAM S. 40 State 
Dickerman Albert, 7 Court square 
Dixon Francis B. 61 State 
Dodge John C 30 Court 
Doheriy Wm. W. 27 Niles block 
Donnelly Charles F. 19 Court 
Dorr E. Ritchie, 39 Court 
Dorr Wm. B. 717 Federal 
Draper John W. 9 State 
Draper Moses, 9 State 
Drew C. II. 81 Washington 
Dudley Dean, 55 Water 
Duncan Wm. P. 9 State 
Duncklee Mark F. 81 Washington 
DYERMICAH, Jr. 49 Tremont 
Edwards Henderson J. 9 State 
EGAN JAMES, 33 School, room 15 
Eldridge John L. 9 State 
Ellis Charles M. 96 Washington 
ELY A. B. 37 Congress 
Emery James W. 39 State 
English J. L. 68 Cornhill 
Estabrook George W. 10 Court 
Estey \V r . F. IOC Court 
Fallon Joseph D. 4 7 Court 
Farrar Timothy, Depot, it. Summer 
iFelton Alex. C. l<>6 Washington 
Field ♦Walbridgc A. 20 Court 
FISHER A. E. 4 7 Curt 
iFiske Chas. II. 5 Court . 
'Fit/ & Lord. 33 School 
Fitzgerald J. E. -2 School 
'Flemincr C. II. 717 Federal 
i FLETCHER JOSIAH, 35 Court 
| Floyd Samuel E. 36 Washington 



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Law ye V$ — CO n tinned. 
Forsaith W. J. 33 School 
Foster Dwight, 20 State 
Foster Francis C. 3D Court 
French Asa, 5 Tremont 
French Henry F. 7 Court square 
Frost Henry W. 81 Washington 
Frothingham Thomas 13. 10 Court 
Fuller Richard F. 27 Court 
Fuller S. D. 33 Washington 
Gardiner Win. II. 08 Cornhill 
Gaston Win. '20 Court 
Gay Ebenezer, 42 Court 
Gerrish Benjamin J. 10 Court 
Gibbs Amorv T. -1 Court 
Gilchrist 1).'*. 47 Court 
•Giles Alired E. 30 Court 
Giles Joel, 11 Studio building 
Gleason Daniel A. 30 Court 
Gleason Horace, 9 State 
Goldsbury John, 30 Court 
GOOCH (Daniel W.) & PIKE 

(Charles E.) 18 Pemberton sq. 
Goodrich C. B. 30 Court 
GOODRICH JOHN B. 9 State 
Goodwin Frank, 4 Court 
Gordon Solomon J. 81 Washington 
Gray B. G. 47 Court 
.Gray J. C,jr. 20 State 
'GUI': FN N ST. J. 3 Barristers' Hall, 

7 Court square 
Gregg W. P., City Hall 
Grovur Finery, ID Court 
Guiney P. R.'33 School 
Hackett Frank W. 20 Court 
HALF GFO. S. 4 Court 
Hall Franklin, 15 Kilby 
Hall Thos. 35 Court 
Hall Thomas B. 30 Court 
Hallett II. L. 33 School 
Hamblin II. M. 6 Winthropblk., E.B. 
II incock Chas. L. 10 Court 
Harding Win. P. 10 Scollay's building 
Hulow Thomas S. 27 State 
HARRIS (B.W.) & TUCKER (P. 

1J. ) 7 Court sq., room 20 
Hastings Geo. R. 35 Cornhill 
Hayes Francis. B. 31 AVashiiigton 
Have. T. M. 28 State 
HAZELTON II. L. 81 Wash, room 1 
Healy John P. 43 Court 
Hemenway Alfred, 5 Court square 
Herrick Wm. A. 33 School 
Hill Clement Hugh, 43 Court 
Hill Edward L. 23 Court 
MILLARD GEORGE S. 33 School, 

room 9 
Hilliard Wm. 33 School • 

Hinds Calvin P. 46 Court [Court) 
Hoar E. R. 42 Court (Judge Supr. 
Hobbs George M. 52 Washington 
Hohbs Wm. jr. 10 State 
I lodges & Barrett, 42 Court 
Hohnes J. S. 2 7 Tremont row 
1 leaner Geo. F. 4 Court 



Houghton Charles, -11 State 
Howard J. M. F. 11 'IV. mont 
HOWE JOHN D. 16 Old State 

House 
Howe Moses G. 1 1 Court 
Hubbard Chas. Eustis, 7 Court square 
Hubbard Gardiner d. 30 State 
HUBBARD JOSIAH W. 91 Wash. 
HUDSON C. II. 12 Scollay's build. 
Hudson John E. 4 Court 
Hudson John XV. 'M) Court 
Huntington C. P. 7 Court square 
Huntington C. W. 7 Court square 
Hurd Francis W. 30 Court 
Hutehins Horace G. 5 Court square 
Hutchins & Wheeler. 20 Court 
Hutchinson & Knowles, 10 Court 
Hyde Henry D. 33 School 
Ingalls M. E. 28 State 
Ireson S. E. 4 Court 
Jackson Abraham, 4 7 Court 
Jackson John G. 47 Court 
Jacobs Francis W. Traveller building 
James George Abbott, 39 Court 
Jennison Samuel, 43 Washington 
Jewell Harvey. 20 Court 
JEWETT & NORRIS, 43 Washing- 
ton (European) 
Jones Leonard A. 4 Court 
Joy A. K. P. 81 Washington 
Judd Chauncey P. 27 Court 
Keith James M. 42 Court 
Kelly E. A. 81 Washington 
Keyes Charles G. 17 State 
Keyes S. F. 33 School 
Kilton J. F. 35 Court 
Kimball David P. 81 Washington 
KIMBALL J. CHELLIS, 43 Wash. 
Kimball J. R. 5 Court 
Kimball W. H. 28 State 
King John G. 27 State 
Kingsbury Aaron, 2 7 Court 
Kingsbury Geo. H. 43 Court 
Kinsley E. C. 81 Wa<hinLOon 
KINGMAN BRADFORD,33 School, 

room 51 
Kinsman J. B. 70 Tremont 
Knapp O. S. 27 Court 
Knowles Isaiah, jr. 24 Old State Ho. 
Lamson A Ward, 33 School 
Lathrop John, 39 Court 
Lawrence Gardner W. 33 School 
LELAND WM. S. 33 School, room 56 
LINCOLN CHARLES S. 27 Court 
Linscott Daniel C. 10 Court 
LOCKE JOHN G.4 Court 
Lombard R. T. 49 Tremont 
Long John D. 20 Court 
Lorintr C William, 30 Court 
LORING FRANCIS (,. 30 Court 
LORING JOHN A. 5 Court [State 
LOTHROP THORNTON K. 20 
Lunt Henrv. 40 State 
LYNDE & HARDING, io Scollay's 



buildim 



LAWYERS. 



4GT 



\Uhtin & Pierre, 10 Court 

M line S. C. 22 School 

Mwm David If. 20 Court 

Mason Lvman, 20 Court 

MA SOX WALTER X. 35 Court 

May John Wilder, 7 Court square 

MAYNADIER JAMES E. 33 School, 

room 23 
MeCleary Samuel F., Citv Hall 
Melntire Chas. J. 17 Old State Ho. 
Merrill A. B. 10 Court 
Merrill J. C. 3D Court 
Merrill M. 39 Court 
Merwin Elias, IB Court 
Minot William, 39 Court 
Miuot William, jr. 3!) Court 
Montgomery Hugh, 181 State 
Morrill George, 2 7 Court 
MORRIS ROBERT, 23 Scollay's 

building 
Morse Rush, 33 School 
Morse Isaac S. 9 State 
Morse John T. jr. 39 Court 
Morse M. L. 56 Washington 
MORSE R. M., Jr. 7 Court square, 

room 22 
Morton & Woodbury, 33 School 
Motte Ellis L. 33 School 
Moulton B. C. 23 Court 
Moury 8c Sturtevant, 22 School 
Munroe Francis J. 81 Washington 

and o Maverick square 
Muzzey David P. 7 Court square 
Muzzey Henry W. 7 Court square 
Nash Stephen" G. 46 Washington 
NASON J. BYRON, 27 Court and 5 

Maverick square 
Needham Daniel, 3 7 Studio building 
Newton J. L. 27 Tremont row 
Nichols Benj. W. 40 State 
Nichols J. L. 46 Washington 
Nickcrson Joseph, 9 State 
Noble John, 5 Court sq. and 20 Court 
Noot Simon C. 1 1 Court 
Norris A. F. L. 30 Washington 
Norris George W. 46 Washington 
Norton Michael, 4 7 Court 
Noves George D. 76 State 
NUTTER C. C. & T. F. 23 Court 
O'Connor T. 4 7 Court 
OLNEY R. 31 Washington 
Osgood I. R. 5 Court- 
Otis Edmund B. 17 State and 1 Dev- 
onshire 
Paine Henry W. 30 Court 
Paine Robert Treat jr. 4 2 Court 
Palfrvv Francis W. 16 Court 
PARK GEO. W. 16 Court, room 8 
Park John C. 13 Tremont row 
Parker Anrelms D. 20 Court 
Parker Francis Edward, 42 Court 
PARKER HORATIO G. 46 Wash. 
PARKER WM. M. 37 Congress 
Parks X. Austin, 46 School " 
Pariiiemer Wm. E. 19 Court 



Parsons Theoph. 52 Washington 
Pattee Charles II. 2 7 Court 
Peabody & Robinson, 1" Court 
Pelton F. W. 16 Phoenix building 
PERRY R. E. 30 Court, room 4 
Perry Francis A. 27 State 
Phillips Charles A. 30 Court 
Phillips Edward K. 33 School 
Phillips George W. 7 Court square 
Phillips Stephen II. 30 Court 
Phillips Wendell, 26 Essex* 
Pickering Edward, 8 Merchant Ex. 
Pickering Henry 30 Court 
Pickering James F. 84 Washington 
Pierce Edward 1 1. 10 Court 
PIERCE EDWARD L. 46 Court, # 

room 1 1 
PIKE CTIAS.E. 18 Pemberton square 
Pinkerton John M. 39 State 
Plimpton S. F. 5 Court 
Pond Benjamin, 23 Old State House 
POWERS CHAS. EDWARD, 27 

Tremont row 
Pratt Edward E. 16 Court 
PRESTON JAS. W. 19 Doane 
Preston & Kimball, 81 Washington 
Prince F. O. 30 Court 
Proctor & Warren, 4 Court 
Putnam George, jr. 4 Court 
Quincy Josiah, 27 State 
Rand Edward S. 30 Court 
Rand Edward S. jr. 30 Court 
Randall Otis G. 31 Washington 
Rannev & Morse, 35 Court 
Redfieid Isaac F. 33 School 
REED CHESTER I. 30 Court, r. 21 
Rice Fitz II. 31 Union building 
Richards G. II. 39 Court 
Richardson I. W. & I. N. 68 Cornhill 
Richardson James R. 20 Court 
Richardson James R. 2<> Court 
RICHARDSON X. 36 Wash, room C 
Richardson & Osgood. 3 School 
Richardson T. Fi 16 Court 
Richardson William A. o Tremont 
Riley Thomas. 4 7 Court 
Ritchie Harrison, 30 Court 
ROBB JAMES R. 12!) Washington 
Roberts David, 39 Studio building 
Roberts Ge3rge L. 34 School 
Robinson A. J. 10 Court 
Rogers J. G. Court House 
Rogers Joseph P. 20 Court 
ROGERS WM. 96 Washimrl n 
ROLLINS J. W. 1 Devonshire 
Ropes John C 20 State 
Ross Samuel J. 6 Tremont 
RUSS AUGUSTUS, 11 Tremont 
RUSSELL BENJ. F. *',H C 1. .1 
Russell C. T. * T. II. 2; S« ue 
Russell Thomas, 13 Court 1! ise 
Rutter Josiah. 5 Tremont 
SAFFORD XA I'll F. 2: S( ito 
Sauboru Edward \Y. 33 School 
Sanford \ Butteriield, 33 School 



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Lawyers — continued. 
Sanger George P. 4 Court 
Sargent II. 1). 2 Amory Hall 
Sargent Lucius M. 2 Amory Hall 
SAWIN GEORGE L. 7 Court sq. 
Sawyer Frederic W. 20 Court 
Sawyer J. A. 42 Court 
Schouler James, 33 School 
Scott Attjrustua E. 7 Court square 
Scudder Henry A. 17 State 
Searle G^o. W. 22 School 
Sears Phillip II. 4 Court 
Sennott George, 15 Seollay's building 
SEWALL SAMUEL E. 46 Wash. 
Shattuck George O. 4 Court 
Shaw Lemuel, 27 State 
'Shaw Samuel S. 16 Court 
Sheldon Henry X. 33 School 
Sheppard John H. 13 Bromtteld 
Sherman E. L. 81 Washington 
Shipley Horatio. 9 State 
Simpson Wm. II. 46 Washington 
SIXXOTT & McNAMARA, 31 Ex- 
change, room 4 
Sleeper Herbert, 4 Court 
Smith A. E. 4 7 Court 
Smith Emory- B. 17 Xiles block 
Smith II. Farnam, 46 Washington 
Smith Robert I). 30 Court 
Smith & Bates. 46 Washington 
SMYTH W. E. P. 46 Washington 
Snow Sarnuel. 39 Court 
SOIIIER .v DEXTER, 40 State 
SoTiier & Welch, 9 Tremont 
Somerby G. A. 22 Old State House 
Spaulding J. jr. 17 Joy's building 
Spoflbrd 11. S. 27 Tremont row 
SPRAGtJE W. G. 5 Tremont 
STACKPOLE J. LEWIS, 42 Court 
Stancfish Wm. 44 Court 
STAPLES & SLOCUM, 96 Wash. 
Starkweather Geo. C. 14 Xiles block 
Steven^ Henry J. 20 Court 
STEVENS OLIVER, 19 Court 
Stone F. M. 9 State 
Stone Ui'hard. jr. 7 Court square 
Storey & May, 7 Court square 
Sto.rrow James J. 16 Court 
STORY ISAAC, 33 School, room 13 
Sullivan Edward, 10 Stftte, and 56 

Washington 
Sullivan G. S. 10 State, and 56 Wash 
Suter II. \V. 27 State 
Swan, Stackpolc, & Woodman, 46 

Court 
SWEETSER & GARDNER, 27 

Tremont row 
Taylor G. H. 35 Court 
Taylor Lawrence, 17 State- 
Thaxter David, lb Court 
THAYER JAMES B. 4 Court 
THOMAS BENJ. F. 31 Wash. 
THOMAS C. G. 20 Court, 16 and 

17 Tudor building 
Thomas J. B. F. 46 Court 



Thompson & Boardman, 11 Court 

Thomson James 1>. 1 Niles Mock 

TIIORNDIKE S. L. 68 Cornhiil 

Thornton J. Wingate, 20 Court 

Tilton Warren, 46 Court 

Tirrell Minot. jr. 23 Court 

Titus John W. 5 Court 

Tobey G. C. 40 State 

TODD PAUL P. c<c CO. 97 State 

(see adv. page 614) 
Tolman Thomas, 10 Court 
Tompson S. 4 7 Court 
Torrey Calvin, 5 Court 
Towne W. H. 52 Washington 
TRAIN CHARLES It. 7 Court sq. 
Tread well J. P. 47 Court 
TUCKER PAYSOX E. 7 Court sq. 
Tullar A. 5 Court 
Tuttle Charles W. 47 Court 
Tuxbury George W. 1 9 Court 
Tyler J. Kendall. 27 Court 
Van Duzee Ira D. 23 Court 
WADSWORTH ALEX. F. 9 R. R. 

Exchange 
Wakefield Thomas L. 10 Court 
Walcott Charles F. 30 Court 
Walker Henry 42 Court 
Walker Henry W. 23 Court 
Ward Samuel D. 33 School 
Ware & Morse, 39 Court 
Ware Geo. W. jr. 11 Court 
Ware Henry, 8 Barristers Hall 
Warner A. E. 20 Court 
Warren G. Washington, 42 Court 
Warren Winslow, jr. 35 Court 
Washburn A. C. 40 State 
"Washburn Wm. R. P. 46 "Washington 
Way John M. 36 Washington 
Webb C. II. 17 Xiles block, 33 School 
Welles II. C. 7 Court square 
Wellington Ambrose, 8 Joy's bld'g 
Wellington Asa, 81 Washington 
Wellington Hiram, 156 State 
Wells Samuel, 42 Court 
Wells S. jr. 42 Court 
Wentworth S. IT. 81 Wa<hin<zton 
WEXTWORTH ALOXZO B. 5 

Studio building 
Weston Nathan, jr. 4 Scollav's bld'g 
Weston Thomas, jr. 46 Washington 
Wheeler A. S. 20 Court 
Wheeler Charles. -20 Court 
Wheelwright A. C. 19 Court 
White George, 5 Tremont 
AVhite Guilford. 7 Court square 
White Luther L. 39 Court 
Whiting & Russell. 35 Court 
Whitman J. II. 3!) Court 
Whitman Wm. D. A. .".!> Court 
Whittemore & Payne, 33 School 
Wiggins John II. 7 Court square 
Willard Joseph, 33 School, room 8 
| Willard Paul, 22 Tremont row 
I Willey Tolman, 20 Court, 
Williamson W. C. 46 Court 



LEAD PIPE, ETC. 



LEATHER DEALERS. 



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Wood D. W. 36 Washington 
Woodbury Jesse 1\ 33 School 
Woodbury & Ingalls, 28 State 
Woodman Horatio, 2.3 U. It. Exchange 
Woodside Franklin, 27 Court 
Wright Edwin, 42 Court 
Wright Isaac Hull, 52 Washington 
WYMAN I. C. GO Niles bk. 33 School I 
Young Alex. 4 7 Court 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, j 

BOSTON B*ELTING CO. 57 Sum- 
mer (semi-elastic pipe, see adv. 
front col. page) 
Cbadwick J. H. & Co. 53 Broad 
STEARNS GEO. L. & CO. (manuf.) 

129 Milk (see adv. page 630) 
Stone Henry N. 132 Commercial 
Suffolk Lead Works, Jos. W. Ward, 
treas. 45 India wharf 

Leather Belting. 

Ambrose Justin S. 59 Hanover 
CLAPP C. M. & CO. 37 Milk (see, 

adv. page 791) 
CLARK A. N. & CO. 31 Devonshire j 

(see adv. page 621) 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and I 
11 Haverhill and 2 Beverly (see 
adv. pa^e 648) 
HUNT, LYON, & CO. 26 Devon- 
shire (see adv. p. 780) 
King & Adams, 96 Congress 
Page Edward & Co. 100 Milk 
Shelton & Cheever, 25 Court 

Leather Dealers. 

(See Boots, Shoes, and Hides, also 

Patent Enamelled Leather.) 
Adams, Lowe, & Newton, 106 Congress 
Alley John B. k Co. 166 Congress 
Alger k Thomas, 3 and 6 Bath 
Armstrong Wm. & Co. 39 Merch. row 
Arnold E. B. 3 Pearl 
Banchor G. P. 96 Milk 
Bartholomesz G. ec Co. 96 High 
Baxter L. 7 Union 
Billings Horace & Co. 1 Bath 
BISHOP C. J. & CO. 138 Pearl 
Blake, Higbee, 6c Co. 94 Pearl 
Brackett Josiah & Co. 14 Elm 
Brooks Grenville, 254 >S: 256 Congress 
BROOKS 6c MECUEN, 58 Pearl (see 

adv. page 608) 
Bryant Chas. B. 178 Congress 
Bucknam, Rayher, 6c Co. 130 Pearl 
Garruth & Henshaw, 175 Congress 
Carter Calvin W. 830 Washington 
CHILI) 6c SIMMONS, 85 Kilby 

(linings) 
Chil.l Win. C, Congress, cor. Water 
Clark Edward, 74£.Milk 
Cobb B. 55 Elm 
Cobb I. B. 7 Bath 



COLBURN ISAAC & CO. 72 Milk 

(see adv. page ii"l ) 
Conn II. & Co. 71 Kilby and 8 Bath 
Corey E. W. 165 and 1G7 Pearl 
CRAGIN, PAGE, * CO. 104 Milk 
CUMMIXGS E.& E. 135 Pearl 
CULLITON,TREADWELL,&CO. 

135 Congress 
Davis Bros. 6c Co. 61 High 
Day, Wilcox, & Co. 100 Milk 
Dickerman 6c Brother, 5:> High 
Downing Edward 6c Co. 16 Pearl 
DURANT, DANIELS, 6c CO. 161 

and 163 Pearl 
Dwver k Barrett, 19 High 
EDSON & WING, 3 7 Pearl (see 

adv. page 620) 
Edson & Turner, 134 Pearl 
Evans A. A. & Sons, «»i and 88 High 
Faxon E. 6c M. 129 Pearl 
Fernald & Daniels, 94 High 
Flint E. S. k Co. 61 Water- 
Flint & Gore, 61 and 63 Water 
Foster Charles F. 110 Milk 
Freeman James, 65 Kilby 
Gale Milton 6c Co. 258 6c 260 Congress 
Gardner k Eldridge, 50 Water" 
George J. II. 3 Pearl Street House 
Giddings k Faust, 86 High 
Gill George, 96 Milk and do Haverhill 
Gove George G. 73 Water 
Gove Jacob, 7 7 Kilby 
Guild Chester 6c Son's, 107 Milk 
Guild, Low, 6c French, 120 Pearl 
Guild, White. & Co. 194 Congress 
Hatch F. 130 Lincoln, and 742 Wash- 

ington (Conklin's water proof) 
HARRINGTON C. F. 178 Congress 
Harrington & Cummings, 93 Pearl 
Hartshorne 6c Co. 74 Pearl 
Hayden W. B. 6c Co. (board) 1 Pearl 

Street House 
Healy Win. II. 160 Pearl 
Hill, Lambert, & Brown, 4 Pearl 
Hills, Panten, 6c Adams, *j^) Congress 
Hoi brook E. T. 87 Kilby 
Holmes Charles, 13 7 Congress 
Homer 6c Wvcth, 72 Purchase 
Hopkins G. j. 132 Pearl 
HOW \ ADAMS, 61 Hanover 
HullE. P. & Co. 80 Milk 
Humphrey A. 20 Pearl 
Janus. Pope, 6c James. 112 Pearl 
JOHNSON 6c THOMPSON, 176 to 

182 Congress 
Johnson J >. 6c Co. 98 Milk 
Johnson E. S. 17 Pearl 
Jones Isaac H: 256 Congress 
Kellogg W. J. & Co. 1 13 Pearl 
Kennedy Chas. A. Ill Pearl 
Lane Alonzo, 1 Pearl Street House 
Lear Peter, 5 Washington 
Learoyd v\ Cass, 86 lli„rii 
Leman Nathaniel It jr. 77 Kilby 
Lewis James, 66 Pearl 



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Leather Dialers — continued. 
Lincoln James L. 124 Cress 
Lord Win. S. 135 Pearl 
Marsh Bros. 69 Purchase 
Marsh Charles 6c Co. 67 Purchase 
Merrill E. A. 3 Pearl 
Merrick W. W. 55 Elm 
Merritt F. S. 95 Milk and 1 Pearl 
Miller T. F. (scraps) 3 Pearl 
MILLETT J. If. Jr. 100 Pearl 
Morey Wm. G. & Co. (hides, .Sec.) 153 

Congress 
Moseley & Dunn, 78 Milk 
Muller William & Son, 120 Congress 
Newhall F. S. & Sons. 19 Elm 
Nichols & Dalton, 36 Pearl 
Noble & Brooks, 110 Milk 
Norton & Dorr, 32 Pearl 
Page Ed. & Co. (factory) 100 Milk 
Payne Sylvan us, 9G Mi'lk 
Perkins W. R. & Co. 57 Hanover 
Pevear & Co. 69 Kilby 
PHINNEY & PHILLIPS, 60 Kilby 
Pollard S. 0.& Co. 63 Kilby 
POOR HENRY & SON," 195, 197, 

and 199 Congress 
Porter C B. 61 High 
Pratt E. B. 96 Milk 
xQuirin & Edwards, 109 and 111 Pearl 
RAND II. C. & CO. 45 Merchants row 
Shaw, Taylor, & Co. 147 Pearl 
Shepard A. N. & Co. 96 Congress 
Sherman P>. & J. 90 High (calf skins) 
Snow Simeon & Co. 5 7 High 
Sta<>kpole R. M. 98 Pearl 
Sternfeld A. 115 Pearl (calf skins) 
Stimpson J. C.,. Congress, c. Water 
Sullivan Cornelius, 11 Hamilton 
Sumner Jabez, 105 Pearl 
Sweetser S. & Co., Pearl St. House 
Swift Joseph & Co. 26 N. .Market 
Thayer A. L. & Hall, 28 Friend 
Thompson A. & Co. 110 Milk 
Thompson 15. F. & Co. 83 Milk 
Titld William & Co. 12 Pearl 
Tripp Frank, 70 and 75 Congress 
Turner L. A. 62 Congress 
Tuttle William, 53 High [Pearl 

Varney, Haskell, & Co. 92 and 160 
Viall John, 145 Pearl 
Waitt A. 71 [\ilhv & 8 Rath (morocco) 
Waldmver Philip & Co. 100 North 
Wales Geo. W. 162 Pearl 
Webster .<c Co. 86 Milk 
Weld John, 506 Washington 
Wescott Stephen & Son, It Fulton 
White A. L. & Co. 169 Congress 
Whitman F. II. 134 Pearl 
Williams Seth, 127 Congress [Rath 
Winn, Eaton, & Co 71 Kilby and 8 
Winn J. R. & Co. 6 Pearl 
Win-low Bros. 1 Pearl (sheepskins) 
WOLFQRD JOHN H. (hides) 90 
and 92 Ili-di 



Leather Measurer. 
Powers William. 46 Pearl 
Leather-Splitting Machines. 
Noble & Brooks, 110 Milk 

Leeches. [Foreign.) 
Daley Elisabeth A. 1 Warren place 

Libraries. 
American Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences, at Atheiueum. Be icon 
Atheiueum, Beacon, neat Bowdoin 
Boston Library, 20 Y^-vx 
Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist., Berkley, c. 

Boy Is ton 
City Library, Boylston street (free) 
General Theological, 41 Treniont 
Law Library, Court House 
Lindsay's (circulating), 89 7 Wash. 
Loring's Select Library, 319 Wash. 
Mass. Historical Society, 30 Tremont 
Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 

Tremont, cor. Bromfield 
Mechanic Apprentices', 26 West 
Medical, 12 Temple place 
Mercantile, 32 Summer 
New Church Librarv, 21 Bromfield 

(free) 
N. E. Historical Genealogical Societv, 

13 Bromfield 
Sumner, Sumner Hall, Elbow, E. B. 
Walker's (circulating). 3 West 
Whitwell C. E. 1021 Washington 

Lightning Rods. 
Orcutt W. A. i}5 Cornhill 

Lime and Sand. 
Bearse Owen & Co. 150 Federal 
Cook & Jordan, 4 70 Harrison avenue 
Crafts & Ward, 610 Federal 
Curtis F. 250 Federal 
Drake T. & Son, 240 Federal 
Hall A. A. 66 Church 
Herscy C. Lincoln's wharf 
Hobbs'j. S. & Co. 14 Commercial 
Holmes Jacob R., Belcher's wharf 
Iloxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Ingraham David II. 91 Broad (com.) 
McAbee N. S. & Co. 18 First 
Missisquoi Lime Co. 9 Central, E. H. 

Wade, treas. 
Piper Solomon & Co. 230 Federal 
Roby D. & Co. 280 Causeway 
S'turtevant Wm. L., Sturtevant's whf. 

Border 
WTNGATE WM. 

Otis wharf, 19 7 

7 70) 
WITHE RELL O 
Wood William & Co. 134 Charles 

Linen Collars and Culls. 
BOD WELL WM. & CO. 3 Winter 

(manuf., see adv. page b'-^o) 
Lines and Twines. 
Sampson Edwin H. 19 Exchange 



A. 36 Kilby and 

Broad (see adv p. 

[adv. p. 602) 

D. 95 State (see 



LIKENS, DUNDEE GOODS, ETC. — LIQUORS, WINES, ETC. 471 



Linens, Dundeo Goods, &c. 
J.v obs Benjamin, 230 Washington 
Kelly Thomas ik Co. 14 Otis and 26 

Arch 
Lowry Maxwell & Co. (wholesale), 

101 Devonshire 
Mackintire, Lawrie, & Co. (wholesale) 

1 78 Devonshire 
Pippey B. Y. & Co. (wholesale), 15 

Federal 
Rogers Gorham, (wholesale), Gl Kilby 
Wyman & Arklay, 59 & Gl Summer 

Linguist. 
TRAUTMANN-PERRIN, 4 Court, 

and 5G Summer (see adv. p. 613) 

Liquors, Wines, &c. 

State Commissioner. 
Baker John I. 22 Custom-house st. 

Dealers'. 
Adams L. 63 Kneeland 
Andrews Charles W. 99 Union and 

1 70 Blackstone 
Andrews E. J. 25 Congress 
Andrews Henry II. 114 Cambridge 
Arehambeau P. 320 Federal 
Atkins 11. & Co. 37 and 38 S. Market 
Bannon & Dalton, 423 Harrison ave. 
Barrett Chas. B. 45 North Market 
Barton Jabez W. 41 Congress 
BE AM AN FRANK, 22 Portland 
Bellows & Harding, 31 N. Market 
Berry F. W. 6c Co. 18 S. Market 
Bickford Brothers, 6o Clinton 
Bickford J. T. 45 Congress 
Bixby W. & Co. ll"6 Blackstone 
BLANCHAKD C. H. & CO. 30 

Sudbury 
Bliss II. C. H. 19 Congress 
Boardman E. A. 2 P. O. avenue 
Bpgue Hugh, 59 Kingston 
Boles & Bro. 127 Charlestown 
Bonacina J. M. 6 State 
BOYPEN& CO. 49 India 
Boyle Patrick, G Wharf 
Braekett James, 137 Meridian. E. B. 
Bradtbrd Frank T. 45 Elm 
Bradford R. B. 45 Elm 
Brewster W. F. 96 Kneeland 
Brintnall N. Y. 138 Commercial 
Brophey & Mahoney, 324 & 3 26 North 
Brown J. 106 Lincoln 
Burge Jos. 471 Commercial 
Burse George, 178 North 
Burrows & Durkee, 91 Causcwav 
Buswell \V. K. 1066 Washington 
Butman James A. 58 Brighton 
BmterfieU \y m . p. 6 Custom Ho. st. 
Campbell & Gardner, 14 Commercial 
Carney >\ Co. 112 Kneeland 
Carr V. W . 123 Haverhill 
CASSIDY JOHN E. <j<> Union 
CAUUL HI D. J. cScCO. 61 and 63 

Blackstone (see adv. page 638) 



Chamberlin J. H. 208 Friend 
Chandler Benj. .'5 7 Ferry 
Chase Asa C. 115 Haverhill [town 
Churchill Jaa C, Travers, c. Charles- 
Clapp Geo. P. 3 Cambridge 
Clark Lewis, 130 Leverett 
Clear Richard, 130 Kneeland 
Clifford S. W. 57 Com'l and 10 and 12 

Sudbury 
Cobb Wm. O. 10 Commercial wharf 
Cochran S. Q. 30 Congress 
Codman Edward & Co. 4 7 Kilby 
Cogan Patrick, 114 Broad 
Colgan James F. 452 Federal 
Collins James, 133 Beach 6c 82 South 
Conlan J. & Co. 134 Lincoln 
Connell & Foster, 205 Commercial 
Condon Wm. 102 Union 
Connor James, Federal, cor. Fourth 
Connor P. O. 57 Lincoln 
Connors & Perkins, 3 Bowdoin square 

block 
Cooley Daniel, 38 Central wharf 
Corcoran Michael, 98 South 
Cottrell & Bowman, 270 Friend 
Crosby William. 98 Water 
Cummings Charles D. 92 7 Wash. 
Cummings P. R. 562 Washington 
Currier & Co. 35 Exchange 
Dakin Charles M., Sumner, c. Border 
Daley John, 353 Federal 
Darling Aaron T. 294 Federal 
Davenport C. L. 159 Friend 
Davis II. W, & Co. 107 Haverhill 
Davis J. T. & Co. 27 N. Market 
Dearborn J. S. 236 Commercial 
Deland B. E. 7 Merchants row • 
Denehy William, 23 Albany 
Desmazes G. G. 54 Brattle 
Desmond William, 132 D 
Devereaux & Meserve. 62 Broad 
Devine Charles, 106 Northampton 
DEVINE JAMES, 196 Fourth 
Devine Patrick, Fourth, cor. C 
Devlin Thomas, 739 Federal 
Dickson John, 150 State 
Doherty M. 73 Endicott and 319 North 
Doherty P. 42 Maverick square 
Doherty P. 148 Merrimac 
Dolan John, 7 7 Haverhill 
Dole A. S. 22 Elm 
Donegan John, 126 Kneeland 
Downs E. P. 58 Long wharf 
Driscoll M. J. 4 India wharf and 53 

Long wharf 
DubucJ. P. P. 29 i State 
Dunbar T. J. & Co. 70 Broad and 013 

Washington 
Dunham Theodore, 94 Essex 
Dunlap J. 1213 Washington 
Edson George L. 2 10 Commercial 
Eich P. 64 Devonshire 
Ennis James, 78 Eliot [mut ave. 

ESTABBOOKWM. C. 378 Shaw- 
Fallon James O. 3 'JO Commercial 



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Liquor*, etc. — continued. 
Fame II. G. 580 Washington 
Fay Thomas J. 4G4 Federal 
FELTON & WATERS, 229 State 

(see adv. page <>36) 
Fern O. L. 161 Blackstone 
Finotti G. M. & Co. 49 Central whf. 
Fiske Josiah, 154 Stare 
Flagg D. F. & Co. 165 Blackstone 
Flagg 1). F. & Co. 150 Cambridge 
Flannagan John, 412 Commercial 
Flenraiing Thomas, 69 Kingston 
Fletcher "J. II!) Haverhill 
Flynn J. J. & Co. 118 and 120 Broad i 
Fog? A. J. l Coolidge block 
Folc Dei ;nis, 322 Federal 
Foley Henry W. 3 India wharf 
Follett George D. 18 Elm 
Foster W. H. 3.3 Tremont 
French T. & J. A. 26 Fxchange 
Frost A. 186 Friend 
Furber E. P. 34 Federal and 109 Con- 
gress 
Furlong Chirles & Co. 48 "Brattle 
Garrigan <Sc Dwyer, 68 Union 
Garrigan 6c Gill, 55 Hanover 
Gassett Charles R. 157 Blackstone 
Gassett L. 1 North Market 
Gethins James F. 29 Howard 
Gillispie P. J.. Fourth, corner C 
Glancy John, 50 Endicott 
Going'George & Co. 83 Causeway 
Gorman 1). Yv\ 260 Commercial 
Gorman William, 255 Broad 
Haney 1*. 19 1 Fourth 
Haney Thomas, 662 Federal 
Harmon E. A. & Co. 148 Comm'l 
Haseltinc Chas. G. 212 Commercial 
Hayes I). Minis. 281 Federal 
Hayne? A. G. C. 15 7 Harrison ave. 
Hay ward Samuel E. 6 Bovlston 
Henry Chas. C. & Co. 24 and 25 Brat- 
tle square 
Hobbs John, jr. & Co. 23 Haverhill 
Holland John Mrs. 444 Harrison ave. 
Holmes (). M. 118 Kneeland 
Howard John, 449 Harrison avenue 
Howard Owen, 14 Blackstone 
Hutchinson A. L. 387 Broad 
Inglis Thomas, 31 Tremont 
Jenkins J. II. 20 Broad 
Johnson T. ! !, o Broadway, corner I 
Jones C. G. 355 Commercial 
Jones W. 11. & Co. 371 Commercial 
Keeler C. P. 153 Blackstone 
Kelley, Line, & Co. 96 Church 
Kenriey J. F. 1»7 Cambridge 
Kenny N^al. 95 Charlestown 
Lallv J. P. 432 Harrison avenue 
Larnod George II. 46 Leverett 
LAWRENCE D. & SONS (whole- 1 
salf". 555 Comm'l (see adv. p. 637) 
Locke Samuel A. 1 49 Cambridge 
Logan Patrick F. llarr. ave. c. Dover 
Lynch M., Northampton, c. Harr. ave. | 



Lyons Jeremiah & Co. 37 and 58 In- 
dia wharf 
Lyons M. 164 Merrimac 
Lyons Jeremiah, 5 7 ami 58 India whf. 
Macomber & Co, Sixth, toot P 
Maguire John & Co. 22 Howard 
Malone Edward, 293 Commercial 
Manning James, Harvard, c. Albany 
Marsh Win. II. 302 Commercial 
Marten & Davis. 166 State 
Mayer H. 526 Washington 
McCarthy J. 156 Blackstone 
McCarthy Jeremiah, 4.^4 Commercial 
McCarty Daniel, 135 Kneeland and 

166 Blackstone 
McCarty J. J. 326 Federal 
McClusky James, 70 Essex 
McCuish Argus, 195 Endicott 
McCutcheon James, 624 Washington 
McDonald John, 193 Endicott 
McDonough M. 11 Lewis, E. B. 

McGanley , Sixth, near D [Salem 

McLaughlin John, 51 Endicott and 42 
Miller Charles & Co. 211 Federal 
Miller John, 189 Hanover 
Moore Robert, 61 ^Endicott 
Moore & Sturtevant. 172 Friend 
Morse Robert M. 49 India 
Mullen Coleman, 463 Flarrison ave. 
Murray Owen W. 106 Kneeland 
Murphv R. Ill Cambridge 
Nagle G. Ill Haverhill 
Nagle John, 156 and 158 Federal 
Nichols William. 3 Central square 
Nichols S. Marginal, near Orleans 
Noonan Daniel, 52.8 Washington 
Noone John A. 1105 Washington 
Omond R. 190 Commercial 
Otis W. C. 100 State, (wholesale) 
Paige E. & Co. 43 North Market 
Patten James & Co. 35 Fulton 
Patten James II. 162 Com'l [wharf 
Pecker, Briekett, & Webster, 24 Cits- 
Pecker Seth E. & Co. 39 and 41 Com'l 
Pfau M. 44 Broadway 
Phinney J. II. 254 Commercial 
Pierce George B. 42 Central 
Pike T. H. 40 Province 
Pingree J. O. 174 Friend 
Pitman Curtis, 154 Federal 
Porter L. W. 186 Tremont 
PRESTON JOHN (Bourbon whis- 

kev), 162 State, (see adv. p. 601) 
QUANN M. J. 136 Fourth 
Richards C. A. & Co. 99 Washington 
Richards Isaiah D. & Sons, S7 State 
Ring John. 225 Federal 
Rist James, 14 Eliot 
Robinson T. W. & Bro. 9 Lindall 
Rodden Daniel, 282 Causeway 
Roylance Thomas II. East Sumner 
Russell K. 126 Lincoln 
Ryan Michael, 450 Federal 
Ryan T. 285 Federal 
Sanborn A. II. 3G Province 



LIQUORS, WINES, ETC. — LOCKSMITHS, ETC. 



473 



San<*tead X. P. 261 Commercial [stone 
Sargent C. 95 Union and 106 Bia'-k- 
S:iwtfll A. & Co. 33 South Market 
S it'-> Alvab, 46 Long wharf' 
Scherer Gottlieb, 24 State 
Schneider V. 22 Marshall 
Schrwder A. F. C. 159 Milk 
Seward J. 3 Shoe & Leather 
Shea James 1). 32 Carver 
Shea James, 287 Federal 
Shells & Crowley, 404 Commercial 
SI lilt A k EPPLE, 113 Court 
Simonds James, Portland, c. Traverse 
Smith F. R. 96 West Sumner 
Smith J. 1). 55 and 5 7 Merrimae 
Smith Ralph & Co. 20 Exchange 
Smith T. L. 61 Clinton 
Snow T. & Son, 38 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Snow Thomas H. 34 Elm 
Stevenson J. L. 2 Faneuil Hall square 
Stinson Charles, 3 Cornhill court 
Sullivan & Riordan, 117 Haverhill 
Tarr Daniel B. & Co. 90 Commercial 
Tenley P. 61 Fourth 
Thomson & Co. 26 Elm 
Thompson H. C. 24 State 
Thompson & Utlev, 160 Commercial 
Todd Joshua G. 1*72 Broad 
Towle & Seavy, 21 Congress 
Trowbridge Chas. N. 230 Friend 
Tucker T. 38 Charlestown 
Tuerke & Randall, 104 Sudbury 
Tvvombly II. M. <Sc Co. 4 Cambridge 
Walcott G. H. 126 Canton 
Welker A. W. 6 Cross 
Wallace Wm. H. 251 Broad 
Walsh J. 170£ Blackstone, and 18 

Charlestown 
Waters Chas. & Co. 55 Blackstone 
Waters E. 55 Blackstone 
Wat kins & Co 40 Elm 
Weld A. II. 6 North Market 
White. John, 122 Kneeland and 124 

Albany 
White William, 38 South 
Wilbur O. II. 28 Central square 
Wilkinson Gustavus N. 58 Broad 
Williams J. D. & M. 185 and 18 7 State 
Williams T. P. 185 Blackstone 
Winslow C. D. 4 Merchants row 
Worcester A. W. 2 Chardon 
Wormwood Thomas; 44 Loner wharf 
Wright F. E. 17 North Market 
Wvman W. II. 29 Devonsliire 
YATES FRANCIS E. 6 Blackstone 
Voting J. Frank, 132 Leverett 

Lithographers. 

Bradford Lodowick II. 300 Wash. 
I'litlVml J. II., Bedford, cor. Chauncv 
Carter F. N. GG Milk 
Crosby Chas. II. 13, 15, and 46 Water 
IJanii'ls J. II. 251 Washington 
Fwhe* W. II. & Co. 265 Washington 
Holland T. K. 12 School 
31 



Mayer Julius ,\: Co. 4 State, c Wash. 
Meisel Augustus, 29 Phccnix building 
Prang L. & Co. 159 Washington 
Sharp William C. 251 Washington 
Trochsler A & Co. 116 Washington 
Wenige G. 36 Winter 

Loan Fund Associations. 
FRANKLIN, No. 548 Washing- 
ton Stkket: — L. A. Huntingl in, 
President : Charles 1). Cole, Secre- 
tary. Officers chosen annually, 2d 
Thursday in November, 
PEOPLE'S PERPEUAL, No. 548 
Washington Street: — O. S. 
Sanders, President; Chas. D. Cole, 
Secretary. 

Lock Manufacturers. 
Bacon S. T. 1010 Washington 
Bugbee & Hollis, 4 F. II. square 
Chatham Lock Co. 38 Water 
LOTHROP G. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (see adv. page G2G) 
Morse E. R. 74 Sudbury 
Norwalk Lock Co., Charles II. Stone. 

agent. 154 Congress 
NASHUA LOCK CO., C. B. Hill. 

agent, 53 Kilby 
Robinson E. & Son, 4 Washington 
Rowe A. E. & Co. 5 Washington 
Tremont Safe and Machine Co., A. 

Hardy, a<jent (bank and safe) 
TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 
Winter (bank and safe, see adv. 
page 043) 
United States Combination Lock Co. 
warehouse, 5 Washington 
Locksmiths, &c. 
Booth G. C. 10G Court 
Bradlee C. L. 83 Sudbury 
Bricher S. G. 23 Water ' 
Collin G. S. 6 Friend 
Colburn Edward, 4 2 Devonshire 
Crane A. B. 502 Washington 
Davis L 800 Washington 
Francis A. J. 1G Chapman place 
Hall E. P. G. 28 Pleasant 
Hall William & Co. 27 Dock square 
Harrington S. basement SulV. Market 
Ilarrod B. C. 7. r >3 Washington 
Hill A. N. 33 Devonshire 
Hotfcr F. 44 Portland 
LOTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (see adv. page 626) 
Mellen W. J. 'A3 Water 
Piekford Henry, 6 Washington 
Hose ,J. W. 154 Fourth 
Rowe A. E. & Co. 5 Washington 
Schofield Richard, 1 »: 7 Endicott 
Snaith Charles H. *;."> Eliot 
Solhery C. G. 2(5 Exchange 
Stearns Amos O. 52 Prattle 
Thaxter .1. R. 4 Harrison avenue 
Wheaton M. 88 Cambridge 
Willcutt & Thaxter, 526 VV r ashington 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Locomotives. 

Boston Machine Co., First, c. Granite 

Globe Works, Foundry street, S. B. 

Hinkley & Williams Works. 416 Har- 
rison avenue 

McKAY & ALDUS, Maverick, cor- 
ner Border, E. B. 

Looking-Glasscs and Picturo- 

Frame Manufs. 
Arms Thomas A. 270 Washington 
Blake Geome T. 20 Cornhill 
Bragg II. II. 47 Hanover 
Cabot Joseph F. k Bro. 89 Sudbury 
Cass J. II. & Son. 126 Federal 
Chi Ids & Jenks, 127 Tremont 
Conant Albert & Co. 12 Marshall 
DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (oval, see adv. p. 605) j 
Godfrey E. J. 2 Lincoln 
Golden' J. 22 Green [Summer] 

Hendriekson, Doll, & Richards, 14 I 
lloch J. & E. 118 Court 
Manning F. II. 144 Hanover 
MEYER CI IAS. E. & CO. 7 and 

8 Holmes bloek, Hay market square, ! 

and 105 and 107 Friend (see adv. 

page 629) 
Moseley, Goodman, & Co. 30 Hanover I 
Rogers L. H. & Co. 19 Harvard place j 
Rogers Samuel, 18 Court 
Ro>s & Hatchman, 480 Washington 
Sargent Charles H. 67 Cornhill 
Sowle John & Co. 134 North 
Stevens & Wright, 96 and 98 Portland 
Stromberg F. C. 55 Hanover 
Tenney ,V Marshall, 322 Washington j 
Ward Joseph, 125 Washington 
Ware George W. 6c Co. 12 Cornhill | 
Williams & Everett, 234 Washington 

Low Water Detectors. 

ASHCROFT E. II. 82 Sudbury (see 
adv. page 604) 

Lozenge Manufacturers. 
Chase <S: Co. 114 Congress 

Lumber. 
Be arse Owen & Co. 250 Federal 
Blair & Proctor. 309 Harrison avenue 
Blake & Alden (walnut), 59 Brattle 
Blanrhard W. S. & Co. 6 Central 
Boston Lumber Co.. J. 11. Collins, 

treasurer, 55 India wharf 
Clark Bros, e* Co., Granite st. Bos- 1 

ton wharf 
CLARK & LEATHERBEE, Le- 
high, opposite Way 
Clark & Smith (hard wood). Beverly,) 
corner Travers [E. B. 

Clifton John Q. A.» Maverick wharf, 
Draper A. & (r. 30') Harrison avenue 1 
Drew E. C. 29 City Exchange [whf. 
Eraerv Hiram, 27 Doane, and Boston 



Flint & Hall, 6 Central 

FOSTER & SWAZEY, office, 15 
Doane 

Furber & Bailey, agents, 90 Lehigh 

Goodnow J. 294 Causeway 

Green N. G. 23 State 

Hamm & Piper, Albany, cor. Lehigh 

HAWES WILLIAM," 300 Comm'l 

Hayes Martin & Co. 36 Charlestown 

Hopkins Franklin, 7o Stare 

Huekins P. S. & J. p>., Bowker's whf., 

East Boston 
JAMES & STETSON, 10 State and 

First, cor. E (see adv. page 639) 
James & Wilder, 10 State 
JONES II. & CO. 32 Congress, and 

150 Border (see adv. page 638) 
Kent W. II. & Co. 144 State 
Kinney & Priestj 1 « > 4- State 
Knight Joel & Co. 156 State 
Larivee Existe, 25 Charlestown 
Leatherbee John W., Lehigh, corner 

Albany 
Leatherbee A. F., Albany, cor. Trov 
Lord J. S. & Co. 6 Commercial 
Loud Bros. & Krueger, 8 Canal 
Lowd, Priest, & Shepard, 104 State 
Lovejoy L. 182 Causeway 
Merguire John L. <Sc Co. 2 76 Charles 
MAXSON & PETERSON, Border 
cor. Decatur (hard wood, see adv. 
page 619) 
McQuesten George, 23 State 
Morse Chas. F. 19 Central 
Norcross & Saunders, 27 State 
Norton Mills Co. 10 State, James & 

Stetson, agents 
Orrall Thomas. 260 Federal 
Palmer D. 134 State 
Perrv W. S. 90 and 92 Lehigh, near 

Way 
Pierce S. H. L., First, cor. B 
Pope Wm. & Sons. 280 Harrison ave. 
Roby L. A. 23 State (oak timber) 
Rogers S. W. 3 74 Harrison avenue 
Rogers Wm. A., New Albany, foot of 

Maiden st. 
Scully James, 23 State 
Shepherd Otis, 29 Citv Exchange 
Skillings D. N. & Co.", 5 Kilby 
Smith Oliver, 118 Commercial 
STEARNS A. T. 23 State (see adv. 

page 750) 
Stetson A. M. & Co., First, foot I, S. B. 
Sturtevant Win. L.. Sturtevant's whf. 
Swazev (Sc Warner, 5 Kilby 
Tilton'll. N. & B. R.. & Cowdin, 250 

Harrison avenue 
Tribou Walker S. 23 State 
Trickey ^c Jewett, 107 State 
Washburn & Clifton, Maverick wl trl 
Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, c. 1 
Whitney C. & D. jr., & Co., 5 Kil .• 
Winsor"& Bradlee, 13 Comm'l whirl 



MACHINE BROKERS 



MACHINISTS. 



47; 



Machine Brokers. 
Cooper II. 12 State 
Stone Henry N. 132 Commercial 
WILSON J. W. & Co. 79 Haverhill 
(see adv. page 631) 

Machine Sewing. 
Atwood S. M. 221 Wash. 
Boothby C. 25 Winter 
Copeland S. E. 25 Winter 
Finan T. II. 5 Merrimac [mont 

Fenderson Sarah S. Miss, 120 Tre- 
Gage C. M. Mrs. 5 Montgomery pi. 
Maynard J. 103 Court 
Moifitt J. E. & Co. 292 Washington 
Pease L. P. Miss, 5 Summer 
Pease M. H. Miss, 43 Winter 
Nash A. C 22 Winter 
Reid M. J. Mrs. 25 Winter 
Stinson S. M. 7 Summer 
Viets Chas. 5 Merrimac 
Wirtli A. & Co. 332 Washington 

Machine Sewing Needles. 
PATCH C. &CO. 141 Washington 

(see adv. page 645) 
Spring C. & A. 7 Harvard place 

Machinists. 
Abbott W. W. 76 Sudbury 
Aldrich II. P. 71 Sudbury 
Allen ^ Endicott, 5 Liberty square 
..AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 

CO. 45 Kingston (see adv. page j 

621) 
AMERICAN WATER WHEEL 

CO., A. Warren, agt. 31 Exchange j 

(see adv. page 633) 
Ammidown & Burnham, 131 Congress l 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, c. j 

Marion, E. B. (see adv. last white • 

page) * 
Badger Brothers, 385 Federal 
BIRD 6c CO., Border, n. Central sq. 

and 23 State (see adv.. page 633) 
Bradford E. F. 7 and 9 Spring lane 
Bray Mellen, 53 Haverhill 
Boston Machine Co., First, c. Granite, 

South Boston 
BUTTERFIELD & HAVEN, 26 

Pearl (caloric engines, see adv. p. I 

796) 
CAMPBELL. WIIITTIER. & CO. 

57 Bromfield (see adv. page 759) | 
Canfield F. P. 1 Harvard place 
Chamberlain I). 4 2 Albany 
CHtJBBUCKS. E. & SONS, Tre- 1 

mont, n. Roxbury line (see adv. p. 

612) 
Clark & Dill, 38 Portland 
Cleaves Edward. 69 Haverhili 
Clogston Thomas S. & Co. > S 'J Sudburv 
DAVIS & FARNCM, 82 Washing- 
ton, factory at Waltham (see adv. ; 

page 614/ I 



DENIO, ROBERTS, & CO. Cause- 
way, cor. Friend (see adv. inside 
back cover) 
Dennett E. 13 Haverhill 
Field & Walker, 18 Harvard place 
Fowle J. W. 3iKU Washington 
Frond \V. P. & Co 3* Sudbury 
Globe Works, Foundry street 
Graves & Melntire, 11 Haverhill 
Ham & Dodge, 7s, Portland 
Haskell E. 22 Hawley 
Haskell .John A. 39 Sudburv 
HAWLS & IIEBSEY, Second, c. E 

(see adv. page (J 2D) 
Hepvvorth <Sc Carr, Foundry 
Hinkley .Sc Williams Works, 416 

Harrison avenue 
HOE It. & CO. 41 Foundry st. S. B. 
Lally John, Boston wharf 
Langley, Carbee, & Co., Border, n. 

Central sq. E. I>. 
LEAV1TT THOMAS & CO. 35 and 

3 7 Lincoln (see adv. pee 7^7) 
LITCHFIELD II. T.. Lewi., E. B. 
Loring Harrison. City Point, S. B. 
Lothrop W. 18 Harvard place 
Marshall John E. 73 Haverhill 
McKAY & ALDUS, .Maverick, cor. 

Border 
McLAUTHLIN G. T. & CO. 120 

Fulton 
MEAD & ADDY,4 Chiekering place 

(see adv. page 76 7) 
Miller David, Harrison avenue, cor. 

East Castle 
Moore, Wyman, & Co. 76 Sudbury 
Neal Brothers & Alden, 68 Albanv 
Newell C. M., K, cor. Filth 
Osborn L., Marginal, opposite Cunard 

wharf 
Patent Shoe Finding Manufacturing 

Co. 61 Haverhill 
Porter T. W. 131 Congress 
Pratt Richard W. 33 Haverhill 
Robbinson G. W. & Co, 48 Richmond 
Satlbrd M. 36 Washington 
Satlbrd.I. A. 61 and 63 Haverhill 
Seelye X. M. 70 Sudbury 
Shaw's Union Air Engine, Broadvrav. 

cor. II 
Shailer J. S 332 Washington 
SILSBY& CHENEY, rear 76 Sud- 
bury ( see adv. dept. p. <J2 7) 
Smith G. W. \ F. -ton Federal 
Smith <S: Loveit ,">7 Devonshire 
Sprague & Holmes 50 Albany 
Stern \ Co. 1 ■> Water 
STEVENS E. M. \ CO. 13 Haver- 
hill 
Stone IL N. 132 Commercial 
Summers S. F. & Co. 63 Beverly 
TAKE LIT & BANC J, 17 Hawley, 
(elevators and printing presses, see 
adv. page 770) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Machinists — con tin ue(L 
Treinout Sate & Machine Co., A. 

Hardy, agent. 32 School 
Weaver Allen 6c Co. 29 Haverhill 
Webster J. 76 Sudbury 
WELD & BOY SON", 390 Tremont, 

(theatrical, see adv. page 7 74) 
WHITELEY E. 59 and 61 Charles- 
town (9ee adv. page 7 77) 
WILSON J. VV. & CO. 79 and 81 

Haverhill (see adv. pn<j;e 631) 
WIRTII & ROOT, 332 Washing- 

tun (see adv. page 768) 
WOOD S. A. & CO. 69 Sndbury(see 

adv. page 631) 

Machinery and Tools. 

AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 
CO. -15 Kingston (see adv. p. 621) 

ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 
Marion (see adv. last white page) 

Britten T. «Sc Co. 106 Union (brokers 
and dealers^) 

BUTTEKFIELI) & HAVEN, 26 
Pearl (caloric engines, see adv. p. 
796) 

CAMPBELL, WHLTTIER, & CO. 
57. Bromfield (see adv. page 759) 

Charnoek & Bourne, 4 Charlestown 

Charuberlaiu D. 42 Albany 

CHUBBUCK S. E. & SONS, Tre- 
mont, near Roxbury line (see adv. 
page 612) 

CONVERSE & CRANE, 130 Wash- 
ington 

Crosby <Sc Thompson, Desulphurising 
Machine Co., John Wetherbee, 
treos. 1 1 Phoenix building 

DENTO, ROBERTS, & CO., Cause- 
way, cor. Friend (see adv. inside 
back cover) 

Dodge, Gilbert, & Co. 37 Kilby 

Gay Calvin, 39 Federal 

Globe Works, Foundry st> 

Harwood & Quincy (patent woollen) 
21 Bromfield 

Hawkins L. D. 30 Pearl (boot & shoe) 

Hood Ceo. 11. agent, 97 Water 

Kinsley L. 42 Fulton 

Loring Harrison, City Point, S. B. 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad, corner State 
(see adv. inside" bark cover) [ton 

McLAUTHLIN G. T. & CO. 120 Ful- 

Osborn Louis, Marginal, E. B. 

Sanborn G. II. rear 76 Sudbury(book- 
binders) 

SILSBY & CHENEY, rear 76 Sud- 
bury (rope ami cordage, see adv. 
627) 

Stevenson & Peirson, i^ Kilby 

Treinont Safe \ Machine Co., A. 
Hardy, agent, 32 S, hool 

Wheeh-r & Burton, 76 Sudhurv 

WHITELEY E. 59 ami 61 Charles- 
town (see adv. page 7 7 7) 



WOODS. A. & CO. 67 and 69 Sud- 
bury (wood-working machinery t see 
adv. page 63 1) 

Machinists' Supplies. 
DEVEREUX A. F. ,S: CO. 8 Central 

(see adv. page 6 2 1) 
McMurtrie Horace «.\ Co. 32 Kilby 
Stevenson ^ Peirson, 4b Kilby 
Wills Horace G. 146 6c 148 Congress 

Magnetic Apparatus. 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. .n: W. O. 300 

Wash, (see adv. p. 6 23) 
Shaw's Union Air Engine Co. Broad- 

wav, c. II 
WILLIAMS CHARLES Jr. 109 

Court (see adv. p. 6 i4) 
Mahogany. {Veneers, tf-c.) 
Blake & Alden, 59 Brattle [rimac 
Carnes Win. R. 10 Canal and 9 Mer- 
Clark & Smith, Beverly, c. Travers 
Hall C. 13 & 14 Charlestown 
Holt S. A. 40 Canal & 133 Friend 
Loud Bros. & Krueger, 8 Canal and 7 

Merrimac 
PARKER & SLEEPER, 173 Black- 
stone (see adv. p. 642) 
Richardson, Howard, cs: Co. 5 and 6 

Charlestown 

Maltsters. 
VAN NOSTRAND WM. T. 118 

Lincoln (see adv. p. 610) 

Manufacturing Companies, 

Saving Agencies in Button. 
./Etna Mills, Watertown, Isaac J). 

Farnsworth, 11 India (woollen 

goods) 
Adams' Suorar Refinery, E. S. Stan- 
wood & Co. agents, 24 India 
Adriatic Mills, of Worcester, Jordan, 

Marsh, & Co., agents. 148 Devon- 
shire (casshneres) 
! Albion Beaver Mills, II. S. Frost ^ 

Co., 68 Franklin 
AMERICAN BUTTON MANUF. 

CO., -Win. II. Keith, president, Geo. 

Cooke, treasurer. 20 State, room 8, 

(see adv. p. 76 7) 
AMERICAN FAN CO., Glazier, 

Marean, 6c Co., agents, 7 7 Summer 

(see adv. p. 646) 
American File Co., Pawtucket, R. Li 

Abbott <Sc Howard. 57 Kilbv 
AMERICAN HORSE NAIL CO.. 

R. G. Living, 70 Kilby (horse and 

ox-shoe nails) 
American Magnesium Co.. II. M. W ur- 

ren, treasurer, 5 Liberty square 
American Meter Co., A. Hopper, 

agent, 2 West 
American Moulded Collar Co.. - 

Boston. C. W. Underbill, troas, • 



I* Wash, (paper collars) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 



477 



American Nail Machine Co., Fairha-I 

ven, Henry C. Davis, treasurer, 28 ! 

State [Commercial i 

American Net and Twine Co., 43 . 
American Pin Co., Waterbury, Conn., ! 

Burnham ^ Scott, 105 Devonshire 

(j)ins, hooks, and eyes) 
American Roofing Co,, J. W. T. 

Stodder, treas., 75 Kilby 
American Shoe-tip Co., Roston, II. M. j 

Bearce, treasurer. 85 Pearl 
AMERICAN STEAM GUAGE CO., ! 

Boston, A. X. Clark, treasurer, II. | 

K. Moore, supt. 44 Congress 
American Steamship Paddle Wheel i 

Co., Geo. Bancroft, treas., 7 Court i 

AMERICAN TABLET CO., Levi! 
L. Willeutt, pres., Henry A. Clark, 
treas., Henry J. Griswold, ag., 29 
Brattle 

AMERICAN TOOL AND MA- 
CHINE CO.. George H. Fox. pre- 
sident, A. B. Cobb, treasurer, B. F. 
Radford, agent, 45 Kingston (see 
adv. page 621) 

American Tube Works, Somerville, 
J. H. Cotton, treasurer, 1<»3 State 

American Watch Co., Waltham. Rob- 
bins, Appleton, & Co., 158 Wash. 

AMERICAN WATER WHEEL 
CO., 31 Exchange, A. Warren, agt. 

Amer «Sc Howe. Pin Co., Burnham & 
Scott, 105 Devonshire 

Ames Manuf. Co., Chicopee, F. H. 
Story, 60 state (cannon, swords, 
and machinery) 

Ames Plow Co.. Oliver Ames, presi- 
dent. Quiney Hall 

Amoskeag Axe Co., Manchester, N.H., 
R. G. Living, agent, 70 Kilby 

Amoskeag Duck and Bag Mills, Man- 
chester, N. II., Gardner Brewer & 
Co., 5 7 Federal 

Amoskeag Manuf. Co., Manchester, 
N. II., Wm. Amory, treasurer, 60 
State (ticks, denims, eve.) 

Androscoggin Mills, Lewiston, Me., B. 
E. Bates, treasurer, 40 State (sheet- 
ings and seamless bags) 

Appleton Co., Lowell, A. L. Devens, 
treasurer, 4 7 State (sheetings and 
shirtings) 

Arlington Woollen Mills, Lawrence, 
Sumner Wheeler, treasurer, 184 
Devonshire. 

Ashburuham Mills, George Blackburn 
& Co., 136 Congress (warps and 
sheetings) 

Ashwell Manuf. Co. of Needham, 
I. A. Hatch .N Co., 29 Milk (hosi- 
ery, shirts, ami drawers) 
AssabetMan. Co., T. Quiucy Browne, 

treas., 37 Lewis whl*. (woollens) 
Atlas Manuf. Co., S. R. Parkhurst, 



agent, 136 Congress (woollen ma- 
chinery) 

Atlantic Cotton Mills, Lawrence, Win. 
Gray & Co. agents, 56 Summer, c. 
An!i (sheetings and shirtings) 

Atlantic Duck Co., Mood us, Conn., 
Joseph Nickerson & Co., 95 Com- 
mercial (cotton duck ) 

ATLANTIC WORKS. Chelsea st M 
E. B. (machinists), Nelson Curtis, 
treasurer (see last white adv. page) 

Automatic Gas Mach. Co.. 52 Broin- 

field 
Ballardvale Co.. J. Putnam Bradlee, 

136 Congress (flannels) 
Bartlet Steam Mills, Newburyport, 
Frothingham «Sc Co., 59 Franklin 
(sheetings, &c.) 
Bates Manuf. Co., Lewiston, Me., B. 
E. Bates, treasurer, 40 State (sheet- 
ings and pants stuIFs) 
BATH IRON MINING AND MAN- 
UFACTURING CO., J. Henry 
Sleeper, agent, Nahum M. Dow, 
treasurer, 15 Central (arrowsic em- 
ery, see adv. page 632) 
Bay State Brick Co., J. A. Turner, 

treasurer, 4 Court (brick) 
Bay State Barrel Co.. Charles W. 

Munroe, treasurer, 27 State 

Bay State Glass Co., East Cambridge, 

Samuel Slocomb, 54 Kilby (llint 

glassware) 

Bay State Iron Co., J. II. Heed, treas., 

95 Water (railroad and plate iron) 

Bay State Moulding Mills, Joseph F. 

Paul, proprietor, 441 Tremont 
Bay State Sugar Refinery, 41 East- 
ern avenue, Wm. W. Messer, treas. 
Beaman Manuf. Co., West Boylston, 
R. Rogerson, treasurer, 7 Federal 
j (cotton goods) 

i Belcher & Taylor Agricultural Tool 
I Co., Chicopee Falls, Parker, Gan- 
nett, & Osgood, agents 
I BELKNAP MILLS, Laconia, N.H., 
i R. M. Bailey, treas., Irt4 Devonshire 
i Belle-Monte Skirt Co.. 25 Federal 
i Belvidere Woollen Manuf. Co., Lowell, 
Ezra Far ns worth, treasurer, 4 Win- 
throp square (flannels) 
Benedicts Burnham Manuf. Co., Wa- 
| terbury Ct, II. W. Brooks. 68 Fe- 
i deral (bra<s and German silver) 
j Berkshire Woollen Co., Great Bar- 
rington, Denny, Rice, & Co., 49 
Franklin (cassimeres) 
I Bigelow Carpet Co., Clinton, C. A. 
Whiting, tic isurer, 1»> Kilby 
Blackstone Knitting Mills. Townsend 



Yale. 1 11' Devonshire 



1). 



Boott Cotton Mills. Lowell, R. 
Rogers, treasurer, <'•" State. George 
C. Richardson \ Co., ajz'ts, 96 Dev- 
onshire (drillings, sheetings, &c.) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



jManufac. Companies — continued. 
Boston Alkali Works, Emmerton & 
Co., 13 Custom House st. 

Boston and Maine Foundry Co., South 
Reading, John 1 1 mine well, treas- 
urer, 46 Canal 

Boston and Sandwich Glass Co., II. S. 
Fessenden, 26 Federal (glassware) 

Boston Beer Co.. 149 Seeond, eor. D, 
D. II. Tully, treas., 19 Central whf. 

Boston Belting Co., Tappan, McBur- 
ney, Cs: Co., 57 Summer, (rubber 
belting, packing, hose, &c, seeadv. 
front colored) 

Boston Bituminized Pipe Co., A. J. 
Thompson, agent, 23 Congress 

Boston Chemical Works, East Cam- 
bridge. Edw'd Cuamberlin, 21 Cen- 
tral, (Sal. and Bicarb. Soda) 

Boston Drug Mills, Wm. B. Vincent, 
90 North (grinding drugs, &c.) 

Boston Duck Co., J. S &E. Wright 
& Co. 140 Devonshire (sheetings, 
ticks, &c.) 

Boston Elastic Fabric Co., C. Van 
Brunt, treasurer, 28 Milk (rubber 
goods) 

Boston Flax Mills, Chas. T. Hubbard, 

i 85 Commercial (twines, webbing, 
and crash) 

Boston Furniture Co., First, bet. E & F 

Boston Hand Stamp Co., Anson Har- 
dy, agent, 32 School (hand stamps) 

Boston Kindling Wood Co. 3 Milk, C. 
It. Richardson, president 

Boston Lead Co., J. H. Chadwick & 
Co. agents, 53 Broad 

Boston Machine Co., First, corner 
Granite, Horace Hunt, treasurer 

Boston Manuf. Co.. Waltham, G. At- 
kinson, treas. GO State (cotton good.-*) 

Boston Milling and Manuf. Co., A. 
Russ, treasurer, 14 Tremont' 

Boston Paper Collar Manuf. Co. 71 
Sudbury, Charles D. Cole, treas. 

Boston Rice Mill, W. II. Richardson, 
a-_rent. 23 India 

BOSTON ROOFING CO.. S. Car- 
ruth, treasurer, 16 Central (see adv. 
page 7 71) 

Boston Rubber Shoe Co., E. S. Con- 
verse treas.. tJ7 Congress" 

Boston Screw Co., Gilman Collamore, 
treasurer, 111 State (wood screws) 

Boston Silk and Woollen Mills, S. M. 
Welti, ir., trra-urer, 12 Arch 

Boston Spring Bed Co.. N.J. Willis. 
agent, 2o.\. Harvard pi. (spring beds) 

Boston Stereotype Foundry, Daniel 
W. Rogers, agent, 4 >>j>nng Lane 

Boston Sugar Refinery, James T. 
Hay ward, treas., 12 South Market 

Boston Wheat and Bread Co. 1010 
Washington 

Boston & North Carolina Turpentine 



Co., Jas. P. Bridge, treas. 3 Central 

wharf 
Boston <x New York Slate & Tile Co., 

Poultney, Vt., J. II. Ward, treas., 

14 State 
Brandon Mining Co., Chas. Caverly, 

Jr., 4 7 Congress 
Bridgeton Manuf. Co., Bridgeton, 

Me., Parker, Wilder, & Co., A Win- 

throp square 
Bridgewater Iron Manuf Co., Nahum 

Stetson, treasurer, 134 Milk 
Bristol Manuf. Co., Bristol, Conn., 

Burnham & Scott, 105 Devonshire 

(shirts and drawers) 
Burlington Woollen Co., Winooski, 

Vt, E. R. Mudge, Sawyer, & Co., 

45 Summer 
Buxton Manuf. Co., J. W. Hall, 137 

Federal (tweeds) 
Cabot Manuf. Co., F. Cabot, treas. 

1G Merchants Exchange (drills and 

sheetings) 
Canton Woollen Mills, F. S. Cabot, 

treas. 5 Arch 
Cape Cod Glass Co., H. F. Iligginson, 

treasurer, 102 Milk 
Carolina Mills Co., Carolina, R.I., 

Randall, Gay, & Co., 162 Devon- 
shire (fancy cassimeres) 
Chatham Lock Company, 38 Water 

(locks) 
Chelsea Oil Co., Carruth & Sweetser, 

25 Broad (linseed oil) 
Cheney Bros. Silk Manuf. Co,, Hart- 
ford, Conn., Cheney & Milliken, 

accents, 4 Otis 
Cheshire Mills. Harrisville, N. II., 

Faulkner, Kimball, & Co. 48 and 

50 Franklin (flannels) 
j Chicopee Manuf. Co., II. Saltonstall, 

treas. 45 Summer (cotton goods) 
| Clappville Mills, Dale Bros. & Co. 61 

Franklin (flannels and cassimeres) 
| Clinton Wire Cloth Co., C. A. Whit- 
ing, treas. 16 Kilby 
] Cocheco Manuf. Co., Dover, N. II.. D. 

Park, treas. 52 City Exchange 

(prints) 
Cocheco Woollen Manuf. Co., E. 

Rochester, N. II., Benj. Phipps, jr. 

treas., 4 Winthrop square 
Columbian Manuf. Co., Mason Village. 

N. II.. J. S. ex E. Wright & Co. 140 

Devonshire (denims) 
i Continental Mills, Edward Atkinson, 

treas. 40 State, F. Skinner ^ Co. 

agents, (sheetings, jeans. &e.) 
Contooeook Manuf. and Mechanic Co., 

Edward i! tvnes, treas. 7 Doane 
I Cordaville Mills. Cordaville, J- H- 

Stephenson, treas. 1 2 Arch 
Cordis Mill.. Millhurv, J. S. & ' 

Wright & Co. 14o Devonshire (ti< kd 
J and shirting stripe-) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES, 



479 



Crane & Waters, Millbury, Faulkner, 
Kimball. <$; Co. agents, 50 Franklin 
(yarns and knit goods) 

Dalby Mills, Watertown, J. II. Steph- 
enson, treas., 12 Arch (hosiery) 

Danvers Bleaching Co., Walker & 

Brother, 17 Merchants row- 
Davis Manuf. Co., Wilton, N. II., Hi- 
ram A. Daniels, o'S Kilby (carpet 
yarns) 

Day Cordage Co., Sewall, Day, & Co. 
85 Commercial (cordage, lines, 
oakum, Sec.) 

Dorset Iron Co., H. B. Mackintosh, 
treas. 49 Congress 

DOUGLAS AXE MANUFACTUR- 
ING CO., East Douglas, D. D. Dana, 
127 Federal (axes, edge tools, &c, 
see adv. page 618) 

DOVER STAMPING CO. 88 and 
90 North (tinners' tools and stamp- 
ed wares) 

Downer Kerosene Oil Co., Samuel 
Downer, president, 108 Water 

Dresser Manuf. Co., Southbridge, 
J. H. Gardner & Co. 24 Franklin 
(sheetings) [Federal 

Dudley Hosiery Co., R. S. Fay, (39 
i Dunnell Manuf. Co., Pa wt ticket, R. I., 
Randall, Gay, & Co. 162 Devonshire 
(lawns, calicoes, &c\) 

Dwight Manuf. Co., Chicopee, D. N. 
Spooner, treas. 39 ]\lilk (cotton 
goods) 

Eagle Mills, W. Chelmsford, Parker, 
Wilder, & Co. 4 Winthrop sq. 
(woollens) 

East Bridgewater Iron Co., Rogers & 
Sheldon, 83 Water (nails and tack 
plates) 

E. Carver Co., East Bridgewater, 
Aaron Hobart, jr., treas. 40 State, 
room 26 (cotton gins) 

Edwards Combined Range and Fur- 
nace Co., D. Henius, treas. 106 
Washington 

Elastic Horse Shoe Cushion Co., J. R. 
Clifford, agent, 7 7 Washington 

Eliot Brick Co., Eliot. Me., Horace 
Saunders, treas. 25 Kilby 

Elliott Felting Mill, Wrentham, S. 
M. Weld. jr., treas. 12 Arch 

Elm Street Manuf. Co., Providence, 
R.I.. Randall, Gay, & Co. 162 Dev- 
onshire (fancy eassimeres) 

Essex Co., Lawrence, C. S. Storrow, 
treas. 4 7 State 

Eureka Manuf. Co., B. 11. Felton, 
treas. 106 Washington (clocks and 
coffee- roasters) 

Eureka Wringing Machine Co., Wal- 
thatn, T. .J. Alexander, ag't 

Everett Mills, Lawrence, Sam 'I Batch- 
elder, treas. 31 Kilby, (eotlonades, 
tickings, and worsteds) 



Exeter Co., Dale Brothers & Co. 61 
Franklin (sheetings) 

EXETER MANUFACTURING 
CO., Exeter, X. II., T. .J. Dale, 
treas. 63 Franklin (sheetings) 

Falls Co., Norwich, Conn., H. J. Gard- 
ner & Co. 24 Franklin (denims, 
ticks, \c.) 

Fitchburg ( otton Mills, It. S. Frost & 
Co. 68 Franklin (sheetings) 

Fitchburg Duck Mills, George Black- 
burn & Co. l.'tt; Congress (duck) 

Fitchburg Woollen Mill. R. S. Frost 
& Co. 68 Franklin (cloths and cas- 
simeres) 

Flax Leather Manuf. Co., Natick, W. 

D. Thavcr, treas. 4 9 Congress 
Fletcher "Manuf. Co., S. G. Trippe, 

agent, 66 Kilbv 

FLORENCE LEAD CO., Bragdon 
& Hassard, agents, 8 India 

Florence Sewing Machine, C. Patch 
& Co. agents. 141 Washington 

Forest River Lead Co., Salem. J. A. 
& W. Bird & Co. 211 State 

Franconia Iron and Steel Co., Ware- 
ham, N. II., W. E. Collin & Co. 103 
State 

Franklin Co., Lewiston, Me., Edward 
Atkinson, treas., 40 State, (sheet- 
ings and silesia) 

Franklin Woollen Co.. X.H., Chas. 

E. Jenkins, treas., 164 Congress 
Franklin Falls Co., N.H., Sterne 

Morse, treas. 130 Congress 

Fulton Iron Foundry Co., Charles A. 
Thacher, treasurer, 39 Broad (iron 
castings) 

Fuz/ard Wadding Manuf. Co., Chel- 
sea, Jenkins Bros. \ Chipman, a-j'ts, 
119 Milk [69 Federal 

Gilford Hosiery Co.. M. R. Wendell. 

Gillespie Governor Co., John S. Rog 
ers, treas. 13 Kilby (iron machinery) 

Glasgow Company, South Hadley 
Falls, George II. Braman, agent, 
140 Devonshire 

Glcndale Vulcanized Rubber Compa- 
ny, East Hampton, J. S. Lovering, 
treasurer, 4 Milk 

Glendon Iron Co., Charles Jackson, 
jr., treas. 5 Liberty square 

Globe Steam Mills, Newburyport, II. 
J. Gardner & Co. 24 Franklin 
(jeans, flannels, &c.) 

Globe Works, John Souther, presi- 
dent, Foundry st. 

Godfrey Boot and Shoe Co., Milford, 
A. 0. Mavhew, treas-, 84 Pearl 

(ionic MnnuV. Co. (N.IL), E. Farns- 
worth, 4 Winthrop sq. (flannels) 

GOODYEAR DENTAL VULCAN- 
ITE CO.. J. Bacon, treas. 46 - 

Grafton Mills, Llolbrook, Floyd, \ I ■•■ 
94 Devonshire (print cloths) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Manufac. Companies — continued. 
Grafton" Woollen Mills, X.H., It. M. 
Bailey & Co. 184 Devonshire (flan- 
nels) 

Granite Mills, Randall, Gay, & Co. 
162 Devonshire (shirting flannels) 

Granite Railway Co., 17 Traveller 
Building, Geo. Penniman, treas. 

GREAT FALLS MANUFACTUR- 
ING CO., Great Falls, N. II., D. 
N. Spooner, treasurer. 39 Milk 
(cotton goods and bleachery) 

Greenbank Thomas, Gaysville, Vt., 
Jordan, Marsh, & Co., agents, 148 
Devonshire (flannels) 

Greenfield Manuf. Co., H. J. Gardner, 
& Co. 24 Franklin 

Greenfield Tool Co., C. IL Stone, 
agent, 154 Congress (carpenters' 
tools) 

Grover & Raker Sewing Machine Co., 
34 Summer 

Iladlt-v Co., Ilolvoke, A. Robeson, 
treas.. 39 Kilby 

Hall Manuf. Co., 131 Congress (lines) 

llallowell Cotton Manuf." Co., Hallo- 
well. Me., II. J. Gardner & Co., 
24 Franklin (printing cloths) 

Hamilton Manuf. Co., Lowell. A. L. 
De vetis, treas. 4 7 State (delaines, 
prints, flannels, &c.) 

Hamilton Woollen Co., Southbridge, 
J. Ballard, jr. treas. 41 State 
(delaines) 

Hampden Manuf. Co., Monson, Den- 
ny, Rice, & Co. 49 Franklin (sati- 
nets) 

Hampden Mills, Holyoke, P. T. Jack- 
son, agent. 39 Milk (cottonades) 

Hancock Patent Steam Blower Co., 
M. S. Stetson, pres., J. II. Good- 
rich, sec., 55 Congress 

HARBOR MANUF. CO., Nashua, 
N. IL, G. O. Sears, treas. 73 Kilby 
(sheetings) 

Hey wood Chair Manuf. Co., Charles 
Hey wood, 217 State (chairs and 

HILL MANUF. CO., Brewster, Me., 
Pi L. Richardson, treas. 40 State 
(sheetings and shirtings) 

Hingham Cordage Co., Whiton Bros. 
& Co., agents, 33 Commercial 

Hinkley & Williams Works. 416 Har- 
rison avenue (locomotives, ike.) 

Hinsdale Cashmerett Mills, R. S. Frost 
<Sc Co. 68 Franklin 

Holland Mills, Limerick, Me., Parker, 
Wilder, & Co., agents, 4 Winthrop 
so. (blankets) 

HOME MILLS, Claremont, X. II.,! 
Geo. 1). Dutton, agent. 135 Wash- 
ington (light cottons) 

Hooksett Manuf. Co., J. W. Daniels, | 
treas. 184 Devonshire I 



Hope Envelope Manuf. Co., Thomas 

& Sons, prop'rs, 111 Sudbury 
Howard Clock and Watch Manufac- 
turing Co., E. Howard, treas. Ill 

Tremont 
Howe Scale Co., G. B. Reynolds, 

agent, 46 ( Jomrress 
Hyde Park Woollen Co., C. If. Allen, 

treas. 09 Franklin (woollens) 
Indian Orchard Mills, Edward Atkin- 
son, treas. 40 State, room 33 (sheet- 
ings and shirtings) 
Indian Spring Oil Co., J. A. Locke, 

treas. 40 Congress 
Inventors Manuf. Co., A. C. Felton, 

pres., 10G Washington (scissors and 

shears) 
Ipswich Hosiery Mills, Lawrence & 

Co. 17 Milk (cotton goods) 
Ipswich Woollen Mills, Zenas dish- 
ing, treas. 22 Federal (yarns) 
Jackson Co., Nashua, N. H., J. S. 

Amory, treas. 82 Milk (sheetings 

and shirtings) 
James Steam Mills, Newburyport, F. 

Skinner & Co. agents, 69 Franklin 

(sheetings and shirtings) 
Jewett Leg Co., 33 Tremont, G. B. 

Foster, agent 
Kearsarge Mills, W. S. Eaton, treas. 

9 Merchants' row 
Kennebec Co., F. Skinner & Co. 69 

Franklin (sheetings and flannels) 
Kennebec Co., Augusta, Me., C. A. 

Lambard, treas. 61 State (sheetings 

and shirtings) 
LACONIA CO., Biddeford, Me., 

Wm. P. Haines, treas. 20 State 

(sheetings, shirtings, and drills) 
Lancaster Mills, Clinton, James S. 

Amory, treas. 82 Milk (ginghams) 
Lancaster Quilt Co., Clinton, Jordan, 

Marsh, & Co. agents, 148 Devon- 
shire (counterpanes) 
Langdon Manuf. Co., Manchester, 

N. II., Wm. Amory, jr. treas. 60 

State (shirtings) 
Lawrence Duck Co., Isaac Thacher, 

treasurer, 25 Commercial (cotton 

duck) 
Lawrence Manuf. Co., Lowell, Henry 

V. Ward, treas. 39 Kilby (sheetings, 

drills, &c.) 
Lawrence Woollen Co., George P. 

Upham, treas. 33 Milk (shawls) 
Lenox Plate Glass Works, Page & 

Harding, 189 State (rough plate 

glass) ^ * 

Lewiston Mills, Lewiston, Me., Geo. 

L. Ward, treas. 96 Devonshire 

(seamless bags) 
Limerick Manuf. Co., Parker, Wilder, 

& Co., 4 Winthrop su. ( blanket- ) 
Lincoln Mills, II. J. Gardner & Co., 

24 Franklin. (bleached good.-) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 



481 



Littleton Woollen Co., John Town- 
send, treas. 1 7 1 Congress 

LOWELL BLEACIIERY, S. G. 
Srielling, treas. 82 .Milk (bleaching 
and dyeing) 

Lowell Felting Mills James S. Wiff- 
gin, 31 Broad 

Lowell Machine Shop, J. Thomas 
Stevenson, treas. 82 Milk 

Lowell Manuf. Co., 1). B. Jewett, 
treas. 28 State (carpets, rugs, cloth, 
&c.) 

Lyman Willis, Holyoke, Geo. W. Ly- 
man, treas. 39 Milk [(cotton goods) 

Malleable Iron Fittings Co., Branford, 
Conn., J. J. Walworth & Co. ag'ts, 
20 Devonshire (steam and gas 
fittings) 

Manchester Coal Co., A. Clapp & J. 
L. Whipple, treas. 5 Mereh'ts row 

Manchester Print Works, Manches- 
ter, N. H., Chas. Amory, 82 Milk 
(delaines, cassimeres, &e.) 

Manhattan Rubber Co., S. I). Bennett, 
pres., 50 Milk 

Marietta Oil Co., J. L. Ilenshaw, 
treas. 75 City Exchange 

Marland Manuf. Co., Andover, N. 
Frve, agent, 136 Congress (flan- 
nels) 

Mass. Cotton Mills, Lowell, Homer 
Bartlett, treas. 60 State (sheetings, 
shirtings, &c.) 

Mass. Glass Co. 22 Congress 

Mass. Powder Works, 233 State 

Merchants Print Works, J. Sehouler, 
122 Pearl 

Merchants Woollen Co., A. Sumner, 
treasurer, 31 Kilby 

Merrimac Chemical Co., Woburn- 
Geo. G. Granger, treas. 225 State 

Merrimac Manuf. Co., F. B. Crown- 
ingshield, 5 Tremont (prints and 
sheetings) 

Merrimac Mills, Walter Hastings, 
treas. 82 Milk (fancy cassimeres) 

Methuen Manuf. Co., 1>. Nevins, 
treas. 29 Milk (bed-ticks and awn- 
ings) 

Methuen Woollen Mills, Chas. 11. Al- 
len, treas. 69 Franklin (woollen-) 

Metropolitan Washing Machine Co., 
Middlefield, Conn., Geo. II. Hood, 
agent, 97 Water 

Middlebury .Mills, C. Francis, 5Q 
Summer (varns) 

Middlesex Bleaching & Dye Works, 
J.' Lee, jr. proprietor, 9 India 

Middlesex Co., Lowell, It. S. Fay, 
treas. 69 Federal 

Milibury Woollen Mill, J. C. Howe & 
Co. 51 Franklin 

Miller's River .Manuf. Co., Athol De- 
pot, Mackintosh, Green, & Ilorton, 
agents, 34 Franklin 



Millvillu Manuf. Co.. Stetson & Co. 

151 Devonshire 
Milton Mills. K. K. Mudge, Sawyer, 

\ Co. 63 Summer (woollens) 
Missisi|uoi Lime Co., Elighgate 

Springs, Vt., E. II. Wade, treas. 9 

Central dim.) 
, Mitchell Granite Co.. Quincy, W. El. 

Stoekbridgo, treas. l!» Washington 

(iron buildings, roofs, and bridges) 
Monadnoek Mills, Claremont, X. II., 

Francis .1. Parker, treas. 1 Phoenix 
|. building (drillings and sheetings) 
Monson Woollen Manuf. Co., Denny, 

Rice. & Co. 1!> Franklin (satinet's) 
Moosehead Mills, J. Clark, treas. ^i 

Milk (llmmU) 
MOSELEY IRON BUILDING 

WORKS, Ambrose Eastman, treas. 

53 Wash. 
Mount Eagle Manuf. Co., North Xcw- 

field. Me., A. E. Johonnot, treas. 

21 Dock square 
Mount Hope Iron Co.. J. M. Leonard, 

treas. 120 Milk (nails and iron) 
Narragansett Oil and Guano Co., 



Portsmouth, R. I., John B. Hatch, 



tn-a^. 1 1 It. R. Exchange 

j Nashawannuek Manuf. Co., East 
Hampton, Burnham & Scott, 105 
Devonshire (suspenders) 
Nashua Iron Co.. Nashua, X. H., M. 
A. Herrick, treas. 82 Milk (tbrg- 
iii'_ r s, locomotive tires, &c.) 
NASHUA LOCK CO., C. B. Hill, 
agent, 53 Kilbv 

NASHUA MANUF. CO., Nashua, 
N. 11.. James S. Amory, treas. 82 
Milk ( brown cottons) 

I National Button Co., Burnham & 
Scott, 105 Devonshire (buttons) 

| National Rubber Co.. Bristol, R. I., 
C. M. Clap}) & Co. agents, 37 

| Milk 

I National Spring Co., Chas. 1). W. 
Gibson, 15 Kilby 

' Naumkeag Steam Cotton Co., Ed- 
mund Dwi-jht, treas. 69 Franklin 

iNemaske Mills. Manchester, SAL, 
Gardner Brewer & Co. 57 Federal 
(shirtings, flannels, bags, &c.) 

I Neponset Cotton Factory, A. M. 
Chase, treas. 39 Kilby 

i Newark Woollen Mills, H. J. Gard- 
ner ,\ Co. 24 Franklin 

! New Bedford (boot and shoe manuf.) 

Win. II. Hopkins, agent, 63 Comj. 

New Bedford Copper Co., Joseph B. 

GIov.t & Co. agents, 30 Centra! 
New Bedford Tanning Co., Bradford 
Sherman, agent, 90 High (leather) 
New England Butt Co., II. G. Wills 

& Co. agents, 146 and 148 Cong. 
New England Car Spring Co., Steph- 
en G. Deblois, agent, 9 Doaue 



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Mamifar. Companies — continued. 

N. E. FELT ROOFING CO., Levi 
L. Willcutt, treas. 5 Liberty square 
(felt and rooting materials, see 
adv. page ""1) 

New England Glass Co., Henry Whit- 
ney, agent, 45 Batterymarch 

New' England Graphite Co., J. S. 
Barry, 14 Phenix building (plum- 
bago) 

New England Hard Rubber Truss 
Co., 13 School 

New England Manuf. Co., G. M. 
Fowle & Co. 21 Commercial (tools, 
wooden ware, &e.) 

New England Peat Co., W. II. Park, 
agent, 144 State 

New England Silk Co., Chas. Francis, 
56 Summer 

New England Slate & Tile Co., Poult- 
ney, Vt.. J. H. Ward, treas. 14 State 

New England Spring Bed Co., J. E. 
Carpenter, treas. 19 R. R. Ex. 

New England Steam Car Co., Thos. 
II. Prime, treas. 35 Studio buiid'g 

NEWICIIAWANICK COMPANY, 
South Berwick, Me., Dale Bros. & 
Co. agents, 63 Franklin (blankets 

-. and flannels) 

Newton Chemical Co., Geo. Gardner, 
treas. 9 Batterymarch 

Newton Oil Co., J. P. Bridge, treas. 
3 Central wharf 

Newton Mills, F. M. Weld, treas. Go 
City Exchange 

Newmarket Manuf. Co., Newmarket, 
N. II., John Webster, treas. 59 
Franklin (sheetings and shirtings) 

Newport Flannel Mill, Newport. X. 
II., Jordan, Marsh, & Co. 148 Dev- 
onshire 

New York and Peun. Petroleum, 
Mining, and Manuf. Co., Geo. W. 
Cobb,' agent, 33 School, 

Niantie Woollen Co., Dorrville, R.I., 
Randall, Gay, & Co. 162 Devon- 
shire (fancy cassimeres) 

Norfolk Dye Wood Works, A. II. 
^ Ward, treas., 45 India wharf 

North Berwick Co., No. Berwick, Me., 
Dale Bros. & Co. agents, (jS Frank- 
lin (woollens for calico printers' 
use) 

North Wayne Tool Co., Me., Ames 
Plow Co., agent-;. Quincy Hall 

Norton Mills Cq. James -Sc Stetson, 
agents, 10 State( lumber) 

NORWALK LOCK CO., So. Nor- 
walk. Conn.. C. II. Stone, agt. 154 
Congress (house trimmings) 

Norway Iron Works, 999 Federal, 
office 80 State 

Norway Plains Co.. Rochester, N. II., 
F. Cabot, treas. 16 Merchants Ex. 
(blankets and flannels) 



NOVELTY WOOD WORKS, J. J. 

McXutt, proprietor, Wan-ham and 
Maiden (see adv. pag<- 771 ) 
Oakville Co., Oakville Conn.. Boon, 
Frost, & Co. 71 Milk (solid-headed 

pins) 
Ocean Steam Mills, Newburyport, 

H. J. Gardner & Co. 24 Franklin 

(print cloths) 
Old Colony Duck Co., Fearing, 

Thacher. & Co. 25 Commercial 

(cotton duck) 
Old Colony Iron Co., Taunton, Wm. 

R. Paine, 36 Broad (shovels, spades, 

hoops, ko.) 
Orcuttville Co., Stafford Springs, 

Stanfield, Wentworth, & Co. agents, 

58 Franklin (satinets) 
Oriental Coal Oil Co., Charlestown, 

James Adams, treas. 32 Broad 
Oriental Mills, E. D. Boit, treas. 13 

Doane 
Oriental Powder Co., S. Windham, 

Me., Francis Cox, treas. 160 State 

(gunpowder) 
Otis Co., Ware, J. S. Wright, treas. 

140 Devonshire (denims, ticks, and 

hosierv) 
Otis Manuf. Co., J. A. Hanson, 11 

Liberty sq. (stockinet) 
Pacific Mills, Lawrence, J. W. Ed- 

mands, treas. 31 Kilby (cotton 

and worsted goods) 
Page & Harding, Berkshire, Page & 

Harding, agents, 191 State (win- 
dow glass) 
Parker Mills, Wareham, Nahum Stet- 
son, treas 134 Milk (nails) 
Pemberton Co., Lawrence, H. S. 

Shaw, treas. 136 Congress (tickings, 

pantaloon goods, &e.) 
Pembroke Forge Co., Wm. E. Coffin 

& Co. agents, 103 State 
Pembroke Iron Co., Pembroke, Me., 

Wm. E. Coffin, treas. 103 State 

(bar iron, nails, rivets. &e.) 
Pembroke .Mills, Pembroke, N. IL, 

F. M. Weld, treas. 65 City Exch. 

(print cloths) 
Pen Fountain Manuf. Co., Hadley & 

Pierce, proprietors, 4 7 Hanover 
Pepperell Manuf. Co., Biddeford, Ale., 

Wm. P. Haines, treas. 20 State 

(sheetings, drills, jeans, &c.) 
Pepper Knitting Machine Co., J. H. 

Jones, Jr., & Co.. agents, 144 Con. 
Peterboro' Manuf. Co.. Peterboro', N. 

IL, Parker, Wilder, & Co. 4 Win- 

throp square (sheetings, &c.) 
Phoenix Cotton Manut. Co., Shirley 

Village, II. J. Gardner & Co. 24 

Franklin (sheetings) 
Phoenix Factory, Peterborough, N.H., 

P>. Phipps, jr. 4 Winthvop square 

(sheetings and drillings) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 



483 



I'h-i'iiix Glass Co., J. B. Callender, 

treas. 114 Water 
Pha*nix Manuf. Co., Taunton, May 

& Co. agents, 1 Broad (black lead, 

&e.) 
Pittsfield Manuf. Co., Pittsfield, N. II., 

E. Ode, treas. 01 Franklin (shirt- 
ings) 
Plain villc Manuf. Co., Burnham & 

Scott, 105 Devonshire (shirts arid 

drawers) 
Plimpton Iron and Steel Manuf. Co., 

Win. S. Tilton. treas. 32 Federal 
Plymouth Cordage Co., Bourne 

Spooner, treas. 70 State 
Plymouth Woollen and Cotton Fac- 
tory, Isaac Tkaeher, treas. 25 Com- 
mercial (duck, kc.) 
Plymouth Woollen Mills, Frothing- 

ham & Co. agents, 59 Franklin 

(flannels) [secretary, 13 Doane 

Pneumatic Drill Co., Edw. Hamilton, 
Poeasset Manuf. Co., Fall River, 

Mackintosh, Green, & Ilorton, agts. 

34 Franklin (sheeting and print 

cloths) 
Portland Glass Co., Portland, Me., J. 

N. Chapman, agent, 72 Kilby 
Portland Sugar Co., Portland, Me., 

Parker, Greeley, & Co. 27 India 
Portsmouth Co.. So. Berwick, Me., 

Samuel Hale, treas. (sheetings) 
Revere Copper Co., Canton, James 

Davis, treas. 97 State 
River Mills. Otter River, 11. Lock- 
wood, treas. 69 Franklin (eassi- 

meres) 
Robinson Iron Co., Plymouth, Leeds, 

Robinson, <Sc Co. agents, 75 North 

(nails and tack plate) 
Robinson Manuf. Co., Oxford, Me., 

Stetson & Co. 151 Devonshire 
Rockingham Mills, Portsmouth, N.H., 

Henry R. Dalton, treas. 56 Summer 

(cotton and worsted) 
Rockland Manuf. Co., Xorth Weare, 

N. II., Stanfield, Wentworth, &| 

Co. agents, 58 Franklin (cotton 

flannel's) 
Rockport Steam and Cotton Mills. 

Edmund D wight, treas. 69 Frank- 
lin (sheetings and jeans) 
ROXBURY CARPET CO., J. W. 

Blake, treas. 127 Milk 
Roxbury Steam Mills, Wm. Gray & 

Co. 56 Summer (cotton -.roods) 
Royatston Woollen Mill, It S. Frost 

& Co. 68 Franklin (cassimeres and 

doeskins ) 
Rubber Sole Shoe Co., Stoneham, 

John C Wav, treas. 67 Congress 
Russell Mills, Plymouth, E. S. Tobey, 

treas. 103 State (cotton duck) 
Saco Water Power Co., Wm. Dwight, 

treas. 28 State 



Salem Laboratory Co.,T. P. Symonds, 

agent, 11 Central wharf (alum, 
blue vitrei, &c. ) 

Salem and South Danvers Oil Go., 
Fernald & Daniels, agents, 84 High 
(kerosene and rosin oil) 

Salisbury Mills, Amesbury, John Gard- 
ner, treas. 41 State (woollen joo Is) 



Sab 



Falls Manuf. G 



Falls, N. II.. Wm. G. Means, truas. 

52 City Exch. (cotton goods) 
Samoset Mills, Plymouth, C. Francis, 

agent, 56 Summer (spool cotton) 
Saunders Cotton Mill. Grafton, II. J. 

Gardner & Co., agents, 24 Frank- 
lin (shirtings, &c.) 
SAXONVILLE MILLS, J. W. 

Blake, treas. 127 Milk (blankets) 
Schouler Print Works, Wm. H. 

Locke, agent, 4 Otis (satinet print- 
ers) 
Sebasticook Woollen Co., Ilartland, 

Me., Stetson & Co. 151 Devonshire 
Shaw Manuf. Co., Wales. Almy & Co. 

38 Franklin (woollens) 
Shawmut Iron Works. Win. J. Bride, 

treas. 129 Milk 
Shetucket Co.. H. J. Gardner & 

Co. 24 Franklin (denims, ticks, and 

stripes) 
Slade Woollen Co., Almy & Co. 38 

FVanklin 
Social Manuf. Co.. H. J. Gardner & 

Co. 24 Franklin (cotton goods) 
Souhegan Manuf. Co., Milford, X. II., 

Stanfield, Wentworth, & Co. agts. 

58 Franklin (denims) 
South Boston Iron Co., Wm. P. Hunt, 

treas. 2 Central wharf 
South Down Co., James F. Levin, 

agent, 23 Central wharf 
South Shore Boot & Shoe Co., E. P. 

Taylor, agent, 71 Congress 
South Wolf borough Blanket and 

Flannel Manuf. Co., South Wolf- 
borough, N. II.. Parker, Wilder, & 

Go. agents, 4 Winthrop sq. 
Spencer Rifle Co., Warren Fisher, 

jr., treas. 7 Central wharf 
Springville Manuf. Co., Itoekville, 

Conn., Farnham, Gilbert, & Co. 

agents, 140 Devonshire (satinets) 
Stanley Works, New Britain. Conn.. 

C. II. Stone, 154 Congress (bolts 

and hiicjes) 
STAR COLLAR CO., George B. 

Lamb, treas. 28 Arch 
Stark Mills, Manchester, X. LI., Wm. 

Amory, treas- 60 State (bags, shirt- 
ings, and drillings) 
Stotts Woollen Mill, Parker. Wilder, 

& Co. 4 Winthrop square (Jlan- 

nels) 
Sturbridge Cotton Mill, dames C. 

Fisk, treas. 15 Congress 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Manufacm Companies — continued. 

Suffolk Glass Works. Jenkins & La- 
selle, proprietors, 78 Water 

Suffolk Lead Works J. W. Ward, 
treas. 45 India wharf, smith side 
(sugar of lead, chemicals, &c.) 

Sullblk Manuf. Co., Lowell, Walter 
'Hastings, treas. 82 Milk (drillings) 

Swamscot Machine Co., South New- 
market, N.I I., Geo. K. Paul & Co., 
64 Union, ajients 

Talbot Mills, ' Parker, Wilder, & Co. 
4 Winthrop square (flannels) 

Taunton Copper Manuf. Co., A. A. 
Frazar & Co. 124 State (copper, 
yellow metal, and zinc) # 

Taunton Tack Co. 146 & 148 Con- 
gress 

Templeton Mills. F. Skinner & Co. 69 
Franklin (woollen goods) 

Thorndike Co., Palmer, Eben Wright, 
treas. 140 Devonshire (shirting, 
prints, and ticks) 

Torrent Rotary Pump Co., J. A. Locke, 
treas. 46 Congress 

Tremont Mills, Lowell, Walter Hast- 
ings, treas. 82 Milk, Geo. C. Rich- 
ardson & Co. agents, 96 Devonshire 
(sheetings and shirtings) 

Tremont Nail Co., West Wareham, 
Horace P. Tobey, agent, 23 Broad 
(cut nails) 

Tremont Safe & Machine Co. 437 
and 439 Tremont, A. Hardy, agent, 
32 School, Geo. L. Damon, treas. 
32 School 

TUCKER MANUF. Co. 115 Court; 
Thos. J. Fisher, pres. ; Hiram Tuck- 
er, genl. supt. ; R. S. Tay, treas. (see 
adv. page 6 20) 

UNDERUILL EDGE TOOL CO., 
Nashua, N. II., C. P. Hill, agent, 53 
Kilby 

Union Button Hole Machine Co., 
Amos L. Wood, treas., 103 State 

Union Elastic Goods Co., H. A. Ayl- 
ing, treas. 109 Essex 

Union Gas Light Co., O. Tirrill, agt, 
40 Bromfield 

Union Glass Co. Somerville, J. P. 
Gregory, agent, 115 Milk (flint glass 
ware) 

Union Manuf. Co., Peterborough, N.H. 
F.J. Parker, treas. 1 Phoenfx build- 
ing (sheetings, drillings, &c.) 

Union Manuf. Go.. Norwalk, Conn., 
Almy & Co. 38 Franklin (felt cloth 
and linings) 
UNION PAPER COLLAR CO., S. 

S. Gray, treas. 'JC) Washington 
Union Pin Manuf. Co., Portland, cor. 

Traverse 
Union Print Works, Crohn & Howard, 

9 and 11 I law ley 
Union Sugar Refinery, Charlestown, 



C. O. Whitmore & Son--, agents, 1 

Central wharf 
Union Tile Co.. Chas. F. Rand, treas. 

41 Kilby 
United States Combination Lock Co., 

J. S. Toppan & Co. agents, 5 Wash. 
Universal Safety Match Co. John P. 

Jewett, 18 Tremont 
Utica Steam Cotton Mills, Almy 6c 

Co. 38 Franklin 
Utica Steam Woollen Co., Frotlnng- 

ham & Co. 59 Franklin (fancy cas- 

simeres and beavers) 
VASSALBOROUGII MILLS CO., 

Vassalborough, Me., F. Skinner & 

Co. agents, 69 Franklin (cassimeres) 

Robert S. Littell, treas. 40 State, 

room 33 
Victory Mills, E. R. Mudge, Sawyer, 

& Co. 63 Summer 
Wales Manuf. Co., Mackintosh, Green 

& Horton, agents, 34 Franklin (sat- 
inets) 
Waltham Bleaehery, Geo. Atkinson, 

treas. 60 State (bleaching) 
Wamsutta Steam Woollen Mill, Fall 

River, F. Skinner & Co. agents, 69 

Franklin (cassimeres) 
Wamsutta Mills, New Bedford, Almy 

& Co. agents, 38 Franklin (shirt- 
ing, sheeting, jeans) 
Warren Cotton Mills, Eben Wright, 

treas. 140 Devonshire (denims) 
Washington Mills, Lawrence, Joshua 

Stetson, 57 Summer (woollens) 
Waterbury Button Co., Waterbury, 

Conn., Ilolmes, Booth, & Hayden, 

1 7 Federal (buttons) 
Waterloo Woollen Manuf. Co., Almy 

& Co. 38 Franklin 
Webster Manuf. Co., Pembroke, N.H. 

F. M.Weld, treas. 65 City Exchange 
Webster Woollen Mills, F. Skiuner & 

Co. agents, 69 Franklin 
West Castleton It. R. & Slate Co., 

West Castleton, Vt, John Borrow- 

scale, 41 Kilbv (articles from 

slate) 
Weymouth Iron Co., Nahum Stetson, 

treas. 134 Milk (nails) 
Wheeler Horse Shoe Co., Danversport, 

F. S. Williams, treas. 13 Exchange 
Whipple File Manuf. Co., S. D. Sar- 
gent, treas. 34 Kilby 
Whiting Manuf. Co.,' S. H. Johnson, 

agent, 21 School (jewelry) 
Whittenton Manuf. Co., ' Taunton, 
Faulkner, Kimball, & Co. 50 Frank- 
lin (cotton goods) 
I Wukersham Nail Co., Amos L. Wood, 

troas. 103 State 
| Willimantic Linen Co., F. D. Ellis -X 

Co. 11 Federal (spool cotton) 
j Williston, Knight, & Co., Puruham & 
Scott, 105 Devonshire (button.-) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — MARKET MEN. 



485 



Wilton Mantif. Co., "Wilton, N.H., Hi- 1 
ram A. Daniels, 53 Kilby (carpet 
varn and filling) 

Windemore Woollen Co., Windemore, 
Conn.. Jordan, Marsh, & Co. agents, 
ljs Devonshire (fancy cassimeres) 

Wright Manuf. Co., Almy & Co. 38 
Franklin (worsted braids) 

York Manut*. Co., Saeo, Me., Sarin '1 j 
Batehelder, treas. 31 Kilby (denims, j 
cottonades, pantgoods, &c.) 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 

Everett It. B. & Co. 54 Milk 
Hodges & Richardson, 46 India whf. 
Page Edward & Co. 100 Milk 
Sherwin & Co., 37 Central 
SNELL J. II. & CO. 107 Milk 
Stevenson & Peirson, 48 Kilby 
"Woodman George, 159 Milk 

Marble Dealers. 
Borrowseale John, 41 Kilby 
Bowker, Torrey, & Co. 69 Charlestown 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Penrhyn Marble Co., Jos. Story, treas. 

112 Tremont 
Torreys & Co. 61 Beverly 
Went worth A. & Co. 1 7 &60 Haverhill 

Marble Workers. 
Baker William, 416 Tremont 
Bayley Win. li. 68 Harrison avenue 
Bowker, Torrey, & Co. 69 Charlestown 
Carew John, Foundry st., S. B. 
Carew Joseph, 502 Tremont 
Cromer Philip, 98 Northampton ■ 
Finn James, 416 Tremont 
Gowen E. L. 99 Haverhill 
Green Thomas, 175 Harrison avenue 
Hall Chas. E. 101 Haverhill 
Harrington John, 442 Tremont 
Hyland William. 462 Tremont 
Leighton J. W. 28 Charlestown 
Martin <k Harmon, 2 Vernon 
MEAXY EDWARD F., Albany, 

opp. Dedham. and 23 State (see 

adv. page 6u9) 
Mulrey P. 314 Shawmut avenue 
Milmore J. & J. 434 Tremont 
Morse Asa D. (imitation) 4 70 Tremont 
Power K. 83 Haverhill 
Torreys & Co. 61 "Beverly [hill 

Wentworth A. & Co. 17 & 60 Haver- 
Wentworth O M. 91 Haverhill 
Wentworth Win, II. 10 Haverhill and 

<- ; and 8 Creek square 

Markets. 
B kstone, 7-2 to 92 Blackstone 
H '•• ton. Wash, corner Bovlston 
<; utral. 5o Xorth 
1 • ' • ; U'dl, N r orth and South Mar- 

' ' -'- m<l Paneuil Hall building 
franklin, 90 and 92 Blackstone 
St. Cli irles, Beach, corner Lincoln 



Suffolk, Portland, corner Sudbury 
Union, Union, bet. North & Hanover 
Washington, 276 Broadway, S. B. 
Williams, Washington, corner Dover 

Market Mon. 

Provisions. 
Allen James II. 13 Union 
Ball C. S. 7 Union 
Barnes Z. S. 6 St. Charles 
Belding Samuel, 11 Suffolk 
Bemis George, 30 Faneuil Hall 
Biekford J. II. 18 New Faneuil Hall 
Bird H. & Co. 40 Faneuil Hall 
Bird & Learned, 23 New F. H. 
Blake C. W. 6 Blackstone 
Brigham Hubbard, 1 Bovlston 
Brimbecom & Co. 16 New F. Hall 
Brown Geo. W. 4 Bovlston 
Brown N. F. 15 and i7 Williams 
Brown W. II. 4 Blackstone 
Brown & Marsh, 33 New F. H. 
Burnham J. II. 5 Sutlblk 
Burnham W. S. 6 Bovlston 
Burt Seth F. 24 Faneuil Hall 
Burtt John II. 4, 13, & 14 St. Charles 
Carroll P. H. 7 Central 
Cassell John, 8 and 10 "Williams 
Chamberlin C. P. 2 St. Charles 
Clapp F. E. 18 Suffolk 
Coggin James, 18 Faneuil Hall 
Colburn J. 27 New Faneuil Hall 
Crosby W. & F. 60 Faneuil Hall 
Damon J. L. 14 Blackstone 
Davis & Turner, 2 Blackstone 
Downs A. P. & Co. 18 Central 
Doyle II. N. & M. J. 14 Bovlston 
Drury & Johnson, 1 & 3 Faneuil Hall 
Dunbar D. A. 12 Faneuil Hall 
Dunnells II. P. 1 2 Central 
Dutton J. S. 9 Central 
DyerE. D. 7 Faneuil Hall 
| Dver & Frost, 2 Faneuil Hall 
I Ellis George ik Co. 12 Bovlston 
Fall F. Iir& A. 3 Bovlston 
! Fitch N. A. 7 Suffolk 
Fletcher Gilman & Co. 15 Union 
Fletcher J. V. i'^ & 68 Faneuil Hall 
Flint & Richards. 28 Faneuil Hall 
Flynn D. A. 11 St. Charles 
Flvnn J. X. 3 St. Charles 
French Sam'l A. 8 Bovlston 
Frost & Co. 16 and 18* Williams 
Gates Milton X. 10 Blackstone 
Glover Fred. P. 17 Union ■ 
Griggs G. W. 11 Central 
Gross I. S. 62 and 64 Faneuil Hall 
Hackctt Thomas. 16 Suffolk 
Harris & Jaques, 9 Bovlston 
Hartshorn G. W. 9 Suffolk 
Hill I. W. 4 Xew Faneuil Hall 
Hilton J. F. •"> Faneuil Hall 
Hiscock ,<c Son, 9 and 11 F. Hall 
I [olden, Bollard, \ Co. 49 F. Hall 
Holmes W. II. 12 Xew Faneuil Hall 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRFXTORY. 



Market Men — continued. 
Hoogs S. F. 18 Blackstone 
Host'ord Oscar, 5 St. Charles 
Jacobs W. T. 22 Williams 
Jones II. M. 4 2 Faneuil Hall 
Keay D. C. 19 Blackstone 
Keay G. J. 3 Blackstone 
Keay & Smith, 15 Blackstone [Hams 
Kittredge S. F. & E. L. & Co. 3 VVil- 
Lamson 11. P. 5 Blackstone 
Lawrence Henry L. 48 Faneuil Hall 
Learnard S. S. 50 and .32 F. Hall 
Learned A. 17 and 1!) Faneuil Hall 
Leonard S. S. cv Co. 18 and 20 Union 
Locke H. & Co. 4 2 Faneuil Hall 
Lockwood lliland, 34 and 36 Faneuil 

Hall 
Lord G. F. 1 1 Blackstone 
Marshall & Locke, 28 New F. Hall 
Marston W. F. 17 Blackstone 
Martin C. 7 Blackstone 
Mayo -Sc Chamberlain, 20 & 22 Central 
McCoy & Nichols, 13 and 15 Central 
McNeil & Co. 1 Central 
Mead B. 1 Blackstone 
Melyin Win. 14 ami 16 Faneuil Hall 
Moore J. 1\ 14 Central 
Morse & Crawford, 7 Bovlston 
Morse & Uartwell, 24 New F. Hall 
Nay Isaac A. 75 Faneuil Hall 
Niles S. 31 New Faneuil Hall 
North C. II 2 7 and 29 Faneuil Hall 
Noyes K. A. 8 Central 
Row* I. E. 21 New Faneuil Hall 
Oliver D. M. & Co. 26 Faneuil Hall 
Paige D. A. 21 Faneuil Hall 
Parish J. 2, 4, and 6 Williams 
Parker X. L. & Co. 1 7 Central 
Parker & Ballard, 20 and 22 F. Hall 
Paul M. & Co.' 19 New F. II. 
Pearson John, 56 Faneuil Hall 
Porter & Allison, 70 and 72 F. II. 
Potter Ira & Co. 61 Faneuil Hall 
Pratt Andrew, 27 New Faneuil Hall 
Pratt & Fitch, 1 1 New Faneuil Hall 
Prindle J. 1). 71 Faneuil Hall 
Peed E.G. 10 Central 
Rice Emery, 55 Faneuil Hall 
Robbins Nathan. 33 and 35 F. Hall 
Rollins J. A. 31 Faneuil Hall 
Rouillard George, 1 1 Bovlston 
Russell G. S. 2 Bovlston 
Russell & Kimball," 54 Faneuil Hall 
Sanderson J. G. H and 4.'J F. Hall 
Sargent & Brown, 6 Central 
Saunders N. ,\ Co. 65 and 6 7 F. Hall 
Severance J. B. .V C ». 78 F. Hall 
Simonds David, 58 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds G. H. 17 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds Marshall. 10 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds Otis, 15 Faneuil Hall 
Smytherman C. A. 16 Blackstone 
Spurgcn W. 2 and 4 Union 
Squire John P. & Co. 23 F. Hall 
Stacy E. S. 6 and 8 Faneuil Hall 



Stowers James, 22 Suffolk 
Sumner J. 11. 37 Faneuil Hall 
Treat Andrew, 6 and .s Union 
Treat A. 6 New Faneuil Hall 
Treat J. A. 26 New F. II. 
Tryon S. C. & Co. 13 New F. II. 
Tucker Isaac in Boylston 
Viles G. 20 New F. Hall 
Webber D. C. 77 Faneuil Hall 
VVhitmore & Folsom, 13 Boylston 
Whittier M. 1 1 Union 
Whittier T. G. 9 Union 
Winn George A. 5 Union 
Williams M. 13 and 15 Faneuil Hall 
WoodB. P. 11 and 13 Williams 
Young Charles H. 12 Union 

Fruit and Vegetables. 
Bourne & Co. 13 F. Hall (cellar) 
Chace T. 11. 33 S. Market (cellar) 
Curtis & Co. 104 and 106 F. Hall 
Davis, Chapin, & Co. 83 F. Hall 
Farnum & Co. 108 and 110 F. Hall 
Fish James W. 19 and 21 Williams 
Furber, Conant. & Co. 84 and 86 F. II. 
Gleason W. 13 Faneuil Hall (cellar) 



Gordon John & Co. 1 Ne 1 



Hall, 



and cellar 5 do 
Gowen Charles, 87 Faneuil Hall 
Hall. Chessman, & Co. 89 F. Hall 
Hall & Cole. 102 Faneuil Hall 
Harrington A. J. 7 New F. II. (cellar^) 
Hersom E. M. 6 Suiiblk 
Hiland, Smith. & Co. 97 F. Hall 
HILL J.'F. 6c CO. 10 7 and lo9 Fan- 
euil Hall 
Hill, Tibbetts, & Co. 103 F. Hall 
Hodsdon B. P. 12 F. Hall (cellar) 
Jameson E. T. 1 Union 
Law r rence Chas. 6 New F. II. (cellar) 
Locke Isaac, 101 Faneuil Hall 
Long C. C. 91 Faneuil Hall 
Lowell Bros. 4 New F. Hall (cellar) 
MACKINTOSH & CO. 105 F. Hall 
Moody Wm. 92 F. Hall [cellar) 

MORRISON CHAS. E. 14 F. H. 
Osborn A. W. 9 New Faneuil Hall 
Patch k Maxwell, 7 New F. Hall 
^ (?>h cellar) 

Sanborn & Rublee, 1 Suffolk 
Sands, Furber, cN: Co. 88 Faneuil Hall 
Seaverns 6c Co. 10<> Faneuil Hall 
Shute & Davis, 23 Sutlblk 
Simmons, Amsden, 6c Co. 94 F. Hall 
Slack & Goodnow, 16 Boylston 
TiltonSam'I, 10 F. Hall (cellar) 
Wallace & Co. 17 and 19 Suffolk 
Wellington & Reed, 15 and 17 Boyl- 
ston [ket 
Whitney E. T. basement Sulfolk nur- 
Winn, Kicker, & Co. 93 F. Hall 

Butter and Cha se. 
Adams & Mason, 17 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Aldrich A. & Co. 82 Faneuil Hall 
Aldrich A. M. 4 Faneuil Hall ( cellar) 



MARKET MEN — MASONS, COLORKRS, AND WHITENERS. 487 



AMrich & Tinkham, 6 F. II. (cellar) 
Barnes M. E. 10 Union 
Hrnton, Caverly, & Co. 76 F. Hall 
BU*soni H. A. 34 New F. Hall 
Bovnton & Sanger, 10 New F. Hall 
Cluunberlin, Kimball, & Doe, 79 F. II. 
Chapin Geo. T. 13 Blackstone 
Decatur & Stevens, 1 and 2 New F. II. 

(cellar) 
Delano & Dinsmore, 1 F. IT. (cellar) 
Fisk W. II. 8 and 25 New F. Hall 
Fuller Luther, 14 Union 
Gass, Crosby, & Chapin, 57 F. Hall 
Gaut Samuel N. 5 Boylston 
Goodall K. K. & Co. 3 and 10 New 

Faneuil Hall ' 
Harmon A. 7 Williams 
Hastings Buckley A. 7 and 8 St 

Charles 
Hibbard S. H. 16 Union 
Hilton Bros. & Co. 3 F. H. (cellar) 
Hosmer J. jr. 5 New Faneuil Hall 
Hovey Wm. B. & Co. 32 F. Hall 
Huntley Russell, 8 Blackstone 
Jones R. 16 Central 
Littlefield & Braden, 5 Central 
Meloon <Sc Chapin, 60 Blackstone, and 

12 and 13 Blackstone market 
Merriam J. W. & Co. 2 New F. Hall 
Nichols & Hinckley, 17 New F. Hall 
Page Perkins C. 24 Suffolk 
Prince Stephen, 12 and 14 Williams 
Read & Jones, 5 F. Hall ( cellar) 
Robinson L. 4 Suffolk 
Sargeant J. C. 20 Williams 
Sears F S. 3 Central 
Towne & Osgood, 20 Suffolk 
Watts & Willis, 2 F. Hall (cellar) 
Willis & Butterfield, 14 New F. II. 

Fish. 

Gates John M. 2 Suffolk 
Clark Chas. E. 22 and 24 Union 
Gay ,<c Co. 121 Faneuil Hall 
Hawt'S Wm. 114 Faneuil Hall 
Holbrook & Newcomb, 129 F. Hall 
Home A. II. 25 Williams 
Lewis N. 24, 26, and 28 Williams 
Newcomb & Krogman, 32 New F. II. 
Shattuck & Jones, 128 Faneuil Hall 
Walker T. & Son, 113 Faneuil Hall 

Masons, Colorers, and 
Whiteners. 

Adams Edwin, 23 State 

Adams Xath'l, 45 Upton, box 23 State 

Adams Wm.' 4 1 Dover 

Alexander H. N. 7 \V. Sumner, E. B. 

Anderson A. 2 Province ct. and 23 

State 
Arnold C. E. 926 Wash, and 23 State 
Atkins S. P. 23 State, shop 17 Oswego 
Ayer E. C. 23 State 
Barney C. C. 3 7 Springfield 
Bates James, 20 Province 



Baxter & Vinal, 1* Bedford [State 

Bell G.M.rear 311 Hanover, box j.; 

Bray J. E. 23 State 

Bray W. W. 23 state 

Bryant F. A. W. 1005 Washington 

Dundy 1- rancis, 30 Avery 

Caton Asa 11. 23 state 

Coleman Jeremiah, 23 State 

Cooper I. C. 23 State 

Cram Daniel, 23 State 

Crooker I. S. <S7^ Sudbury 

Gushing Isaac C. 23 State 

Cushman Z., Harvard, near Wash. 

Derry C. T. (seawall), 23 Statu 

Dewing & Livermore, 23 State 

D1MOND JOHN P. oO and 97 Sud- 
bury [East Boston 

Downing E. Princeton, cor. Brooks, 

Fernald J. W. 10 Chardon 

Flanders A. L. 49£ Tilcstou 

Freeman N. 37 Province 

Gardner L. L. 42 Devonshire 

Given W. H. lo;12 Washington 

Gorman David W. 11)4 Harrison ave. 

Herrick Chas. P. box 81, 23 State 

Hicks & Titcomb, 444 Tremont 

Holton James S. 7 00 Washington 

Howe J. 23 State . 

Hussey ck Lowe, 4 7 Harvard 

Jacobs David II. 23 State 

Jenkins G. 15 Province 

Jenkins Horace, 7 Bedford 

Johnson G. W. 23 State 

Kenney D. W. r. 200 Hanover 

Lincoln J. W. 38 South Russell 

Litchfield T. T. 11 Chapman place 

Lothrop Augustus. 23 State 

Luther Slade, 23 Slate 

Mack J. 2u9 Cambridge and 23 State 

Millerd A. r. 210 Federal 

Mooney O. D. 41 Bromiield, and 23 
State 

Morse J. S. GO Brom field 



Morse & Blal 



25 II< 



Morse & Webster, 20| Howard 
Nichols Smith W. & Sons, Medford, 

cor. Travers 
Parker Carlton, 455 Tremont 
Parker Thomas. 23 State 
Patrick G. A. 23 State 
Perkins John B. 130 Charles 
Pillsbury J. C. 23 State 
Plaisted J. M., Cherry 
Pope Geo. W. 84 Pembroke 
Prescott B. F. 262 Shawniut avenue 
Richardson J. F. 11 Hull 
Ritchie J. 24 Chester Park 
Roberts T. J. 2:: State 
Rounds Ben). T. 7 'J Joy [Creek sq. 
Rounds & MeXamara. 84 I harden, & 
Ruraery Win. M. 23 State 
Sa\ ward Wm. 23 State 
SCRIBN'ER E. 86 Richmond and 

168 Hanover 
Shaw J. 10 Lenox 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Masons, etc. — continued. 
Simeon D. '3'J Richmond 
Simpson Robert, 23 State 
Smith J. T. 10 Chan 1. >n 
Standish L. M. 32 Common wealth ave. 
Stevenson Henry & Co. 56 Chard on 
Stoddard E. 18 Avery 
Talbot B. T. 73 Canton 
Thayer Jairus, 26 Hawley 
Tuttle A brain 1). 223 Harrison ave. 
Tuttlo S. J. & G. 23 State 
Tuttle & Lovering, 25 Hudson 
Vina! A., River, cor. Chestnut 
Vinal G. G. & J. M. 721 Washington 

and 23 State 
Waldron S. 216 Federal 
Warren B. T. 109 Blackstone 
Watson J. T. & J. W. 2 Rennet 
Went worth Otis, 134 Friend 
Weston 6c Shepard, 23 State 
Whidden Thomas J. 23 State 
Whittlesey C. M. 23 State 
Winter Joseph C. 53 Anderson 
Woodberry Chas. & Son, 23 Congress 
Woodbury Charles, 16 Commonwealth 

avenue 
Woodman S. B. 1032 Washington 
Wrigkt Robert, 23 State 

Masters in Chancery. 
Codman John, 4 Court 
Coolidge Horace H. 7 Court square, 

rooms 24 and 25 
Ililliard Wm. 33 School, room 59 
Nutter C. C. 23 Court 
THAYER JAMES B. 4 Court 

Mast and Spar Makers. 
Caldwell Joseph, 190 Broad 
dishing John, 411 Commercial 
Fernald A. \\\, Green's wharf, E. B. 
Grueby W. II. «S: Co. 421 Commercial 
Pigeon & Sons, 266 Commercial, and 

Sumner, opposite Liverpool 
White R.J. c\ Co., Sumner.opp. Lon- 
don, E. B., and 361 Commercial 
Young George E. 235 Commercial 

Mats, &c. 
WAKEFIELD C. 36 Canal, and 30 

Merrimac 

Matches. 
BYAM, CARLTON, & CO. 96 Friend 
Comee Dennis F. 316 Charles, foot 

Poplar 
Jewett J. P. 18 Tremont 
Universal Safety- .Match Co., D. B. 

Brooks .S; Bro. agts. 55 Washington 

Mattress Manufacturers. 
Capen J. & Son. 12-8 Tvler 
HALLETT JAMES [l 17 Dock sq. 

and 31 F. H. sq. (see adv. p. 618) 
HOLM AX JOHN ,\ CO. 60 Union, 

and 4 7 Friend (see adv. pane 019) 
Institution for the Blind, 20 Bromfield 



Putnam J. 4S6 Washington 
Sammet G. A. 130 Blackstone 
Turner II. A. & Co. 31 West 
Witherell Benjamin, 145 Charlestown 

Mechanical Enginoers. 
AMERICAN TOOL AND MA- 
CHINE CO., Geo. II. Fox, pres., 
45 Kingston (see adv. page 621) 
Baldwin C. W. 53 Washington 
BEACH ALLEN, lo Hawkins (see 

adv. page 79 7) 
CAMPBELL, WIIITTIER, & CO. 

5 7 Bromfield (see adv. page 759) 
Gwynn J. S. 24 Phoenix building 
Hibbard William C. 40 State 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 
11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly (see 
adv. page 648) 
Lombard N. C. 40 State 
Merritt & Hall, 90 Utica 
ROBINSON J. R. 28 State (see adv. 

page 645) 
Reynolds Edward, 33 School 
Spaulding & Collin, 383 Federal 
SPOFFORD & HOWARD, 16 Dev- 
onshire (see adv. paire, 644) 
WILDE M. S. G. 23 Phcenix building 

Medalist. 
MERRIAM & CO. 18 and 19 Brattle 
square (see adv. page 623) 

Medicines. 
Abbott & Ames (bot.), 214 Hanover 
Burr M. S. ^ Co. 26 Fremont 
Crafts 6: Williams, 5 and 6 Commer- 
cial wharf 
Flanders A. H. 50 School 
Fowle S. W. & Son, 18 Tremont 
Gardiner H. R. 91 Washington 
Goodwin G. C. & Co. 38 Hanover 
Greene R. 10 Temple place 
Harrison J. S. & Co. 1 Trem. Temple 
Heath, Cheney, & Co. So Hanover 

(botanic) 
Hopkins E. 142 Washington 
Hunnewell J. L. 9 Commercial wharf 
King Octavius (bot.), 654 Wash. 
Leland D. & Co. 54 Broad 
May Geo. R. 102 Court 
Tierce Geo. & Co. 16 7 Hanover 
RICHARDSON S. O. 51 Hanover 

j Bobbins I). & Co. 24 Brattle square 

' Rogers J. A. 20 Tremont 

I Rogers, Fuller, & Co. 425£ Wash. 

j Sargent Mrs. 152 Washington (blood 

| renovator) 

! Seavey L. J. 167 Hanover 

j Shaw Joel. 914 Washington (botanic) 

i Skinner E. M. 27 Tremout 

| Spear E. D. 713 Wash. (Indian veg.) 
Swett Geo. W. IvG Hanover (bot.; 

\ Turner & Co. 120 Tremont 

j Ware Daniel L. 11 Cambridge 

i Wilson B. O. .S: G. C. 18 Central (bot- ) 



MELODEON MANUFACTURERS — MERCHANTS. 



4>0 



Melodcon Manufacturers. 
MASON \V. II. agent, 106 Sudbury 

(see adv. p. 62 7) 
M i-'in t \ Hamlin, 274 Washington 
H'irtli George, 41 if Washington 

Melodcon Dealers. 

Cambridge & McNeil, 379 Washington 

Mercantile Agencies. 

BRADSTREET JOHN M. & SON, 

122 Washington 
GIBSON CI IAS. 1). W. 15 Kilby 
KIMBALL JAMES W. 69 Water 
RUSSELL EDWARD & CO. 47 

Congress 

Merchants. 
Atkins Elisha & Co. 26 India wharf 
Azarian V. & Co. 41 India wharf 
Babson Edward, 3!) Lewis wharf 
Babson William, 39 Lewis Wharf 
Baker E. L. 40 City Exchange 
Baker & Morrill, 13 Commercial 
Ballard Albert, 18 City Exchange 
Bartlett Matthew, 19 Doane 
Bates E. C. 40 State 
Bates & Co. 40 State 
Bee be L. 9 Merchants row 
Bird, Perkins. & Job, 39 India wharf 
Bordman Wm. H. 3 7 India wharf 
Bowen James, 19 Central wharf 
Bradlee J. & Son, 138 Friend 
Bradiee J. T. 134 State 
Braggiotti, Turnbull, & Co. 34 Central 
wharf [cial wharf 

Brewer Charles & Co. 6 7 Commer- 
Bush \- Comstock, 35 Broad 
Bush J. P. 19 Doane 
Chase George B. 13 Kilby 
Church H. A. 13 Exchange 
Godman W. C. 44 Kilby 
Comer Joseph, 41 Tremont 
Coolidge Jos. S. & Co. 56 State 
Crane Samuel D. & Co. 53 India 

wharf 
Crosby M. jr. 92 State 
Crosby S. & Co. 92 State 
Cruft Isaac S. 44 Kilby 
Curtis Thomas. 51 Central wharf 
Curtis & Peabody, 40 State 
Dabney Chas.. W. jr. (5 7 Comm. whf. 
Dane, "Dana, & Co. 12 S. Market 
Deshon Daniel. 19 Doane 
Dixwell J. J. 66 State 
Draper Daniel & Sons. Chatham, cor- 
ner Merchants row- 
Drew E. C. 29 City Exchange 
D.vy.-r ,j 1( i MU •_>; cfnion wharf 
Emmons X. II. 30 Kilby 
Emmons X. U. jr. X Co'. 30 Kilby 
' Everett Thomas B. 86 State 
Evvrett \ Co. 28 State 
1 • • mu'. Thateher, & Co. 25 Comiml 
torbes John M. & Co. 36 City Exch. 
torbes R. B. 42 Court 
32 



I Foster John II. & Co. 25 Central whf 
FOSTER & TAYLOR, n;, Broad 
i Gardner George, 9 Battterymarch 
j Gardner George A. 22 Congress 
I Gardner Henry, 2 Change avenue 
i Gardner Jos. 1*. 22 Congress 
j Glidden X Williams I 1 1 State 
| Glover Theodore It. 6 Central wharf 
: Goddard Benj. 9 Merchants row 
| Goddard Nathaniel. 9 Merchants row 
j Goddard William W. 114 State 
j Goodwin William II. 13 Kilby 
j Gordon G. W. 2 Merchants Exch. 
! Gossler & Co. 31 India wharf 
Gray F. A. 114 State 
Greene George F. 30 Kilby 
Hall Alfred B. lit State 
j Had E. R. 44 Kilby 
i Hallet George W. 19 India 
| Hallet Henry S. 19 India 
j Haseltine J. E. 110 Water 
Hastings Henry & Co. 128 State 
Hawes J. P. & Co. 22 Central wharf 
Hemenway A. 3 7 Lewis wharf 
Hersey A. C. 67 Commercial wharf 
Heywood. Hayden, & Co. 92 State 
Higginson J. A. 114 State 
Higginson Charles J. 114 State " 
j Higginson Stephen. 3 Kilby 
Hills George A. 13 Exchange 
Hobart Aaron, jr. 40 State 
Homer & Sprague, 3G India wharf 
Hooper Robert C. 39 Central wharf 
Hooper Samuel X' Co. 24 Tremont row 
Hough B. K. 13 Commercial 
Howe George, 13 Exchange 
Howe Thomas, 13 Exchange 
Howe U. Tracy, 92 State 
Howes & Crowell, 128 State 
Hulbert Charles, 31 Lewis wharf 
Hunnewell James, 7 Lewis wharf 
Hunnewell J. F. 7 Lewis wharf 
Iasigi, Goddard, & Co. 36 Central whf 
Inches H. 40 Stat.' 
Jellison Zachariah, 18 Central wharf 
Kahler J. 70 State 
Kidder J. G. 4^> India 
Kingman Abner, 32 India wharf 
Kuhn George H. 40 State 
Kuhn W. P. 40 State 
Lambard Charles A. 61 State 
LARKIN, STACKPOLE, .\ C< >. 14 

Union building, 40 State 
Lamson A. D. 70 State 
LAWRENCE A. & A. a: CO. S2 

Milk 
Lowell Augustus, 60 ■ 
|Mackay R. C. & Son. 75 State 
Mackay T. B. 7" State 
Magoun & Sons • l Stai 
Mansfield N. !>• 127 - ■■•• 
Melledgc J. V. 1 i i. • • rharf 
| Messinger G. W. ■> B ittervinaroh 
j Morse Sidney B. I s I'humix building 
jMoseley Wiii. G. 230 State 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIBKCTORY. 



^ferchants — continued. 
NASH, SPAULDING, & CO., im- 
porters, 87 Broad 
Nazro Brothers, 5 Chatham row 
Nazro C. T. 5 Chatham row 
Nichols Richard C. 51 Central wharf 
Nickerson F. & Co. 11 Commercial 

wharf 
Nickerson 8c Co. 189 State. 
Odiorne George, 40 Broinfield 
Parkman P. M. 49 India wharf 
Parsons Thomas, 92 State 
Parsons William, 5G State 
Pearson & Co. 31 Doane 
Peck A. G. 8 Kilby 
Peirce Henry A. 67 Commercial wh'f 
Peine 8c Bacon, 84 Water 
Perkins Wm. & Co. GG City Exch. 
Pickering, Winslow, 8c Co. 1G4 State 
Pierce J. W. 13 Exchange, rooms 7 

and 8 
Pratt E. F. 25 Central wharf 
Pratt F. S. 25 Central wharf 
Prince John B. 8c Co. 66 State 
Reed B. T. 9 7 Water 
Reed Samuel G. 10 Traveller building i 
Reggio Nicholas 8c Co. 31 Central 

wharf 
Rice k Thaxter, 218 State 
Riddell S. S. 92 State 
Robeson W. R. 39 Kilby 
Ropes Wm. 8c Co. 25 Lewis wharf 
SALISBURY D. W. 40 State, room 

46 
SCHXITZLR JACOB, 33 Central 

wharf 
Sears J. Henry, 92 State 
Sears Paul, 228 State 
Seavy T. II. 9 Fulton 
Shaw George A. 29 Kilby 
Shaw Q. A". 114 State 
Shaw Southworth, 56 State 
Shelton P. S. 8c Co. 4 Central wharf 
Simes- & Farley, 10 Central 
Sleeper Jacob, 3 School 
Soesman Brothers. 38 Central wharf 
Spooner Daniel N. 31) Milk 
Spring I. II. 52 Kilby 
Stanwood Jacob. If) North Market 
Stevens Samuel 8c Co. 11 Liberty sq. 
Stoddard. Levering 8c Co. 4 Milk 
Storer R. B. 4 7 India wharf 
Story F. II. jr. 60 State 
Sturgis Ih P. & Co. 80 State 
Sturgis James. 80 State 
Tappan Sewall, 61 State 
Tavlor Isaac, 16 Kilby 
TEWING S. C. & CO. 77 State 
Thwing -William, II Central wharf 
Tobey E. S. 99 Stare 
Torrev Samuel, 5" Citv Exchange i 
Treahvell M. 30 North Market ' 
Treadweli & Co. Lis Milk 
Tudor Co. 20 Court, room 21 
Tworab'y & Lamson, 26 Central whf. | 



Upton George B. 3!) Citv Exchange 
Upton George B. jr. 33 City Exch. 
Van Praag & Co. 15 Central 
Wade 11. S., Court, cor. Washington 
Wales 'J'. B. & Co. 30 Kilby 
Walker & Brother, 17 Merchants row 
Warren <Sc Co. shipping, 136 State 

and 413 Commercial 
Weld B. Ft. Go Citv Exchange 
Weld J. G. 13 Kilby 
Weld Wm. F. 8: Co. 42 Central wharf 
Wheelwright E. 236 State 
White B. C. 4 7 Central wharf 
Whitney Israel G. 8c Co. 44 Kilby 
Wigglesworth Edward, 16 India whf. 
Wigglesworth Thomas, 16 India wharf 
Wildes A. II. 5 7 Fulton 
Wildes Moses B. 19 Doane 
Williams 8c Hall, 5 Kilby 
Willis Clement, 8 Kilby 
Wills, Edmands, 8c Co. 86 State 
Winsor Nathaniel &i. Co., Broad, cor. 

State 
Worthington W. & Co. 20 Central whf. 
Yarrington R. II. 29 Central wharf 
Young 8c Emmons, 44 Kilby 

Metals. 

American Magnesium Co., H. M. 

Warren, pres. 5 Liberty square 
Austin F. B. 8c Co. 92 North 
Beal, Kendall, 8c Co. 69 Merrimac 
Benedict 8c Burnham, 68 Federal 
Charter J. 8c Co. 101 Fulton 
Cutler E. P. (broker,) 15 Kilby 
Deans 8c Bagnall, Blackstone, c. North 
Edmond James 8c Co. 7 Batterymarch 

and 13 Liberty square 
Ellison James, 20 Broad 
Farrar, Follett, 8c Co. 75 Blackstone 
Foster 8c Robv, 180 Commercial 
FULLER, DANA, 8c FITZ, 110 

North 
HAMBLEN C. T. 86 North (see 

adv. page 796) 
Haskins 8c Montague, 168 Broad 
Holmes, Booth, 8c Hay dens, 1 7 Federal 
Lissberrrer A. K. 75 Fulton 
MAY 8c CO. 1 Broad (see adv. inside 

back cover) 
Mowry A. E. 120 Cross 
Nay lor Sc Co. 80 State 
New Bedford Copper Co., J. B. Glover 

& Co. agents, 30 Central 
Revere Copper Co. 9 7 State 
Richards 8c Co. 40 to 44 North 
Stetson 8c Pratt, 28 Broad 
Topliff, Lothrop, 8c Co. 49 and ">! 

Fulton 
Tuckerman 8c Cate, 18 Custom-Ho. st . 

Meters. 

Blake George F. & Co. (-team puuip 
and water), 14 Province 



MICA OR ISINGLASS 



MILLINERS. 



491 



Mica or Isinglass. 
COULD J. D. 30 Union (see adv. 

page 760) 

Military Goods. 
IJont 6c Bush, Court, c. Washington 
B -_r. low M. B. 179 Washington 
Butler Altbrd, 181 Washington 
Palmer- & Bachelders, 162 Wash. 
POLLARD .Sc LEIGHTON, 6 Court 

(see adv. page 604) 

Military Uniforms and Outfits. 
Simmons Geo. W. & Co. 34 .North 

Mill Furnishing. 
HOLMES 6c BLAXCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly (see 

adv. page 648) 

Milliners. 
Adams CM. & Hardy L. 120 Tremont 

(rooms 10 and 11) 
Armstrong C. M. Mrs. 26 Boylston 
Atkins J. Mrs. 5 Winthrop bik., E.B. 
At wood Geo. M. 401 Washington 
Bailey M. A. 6 71 Washington 
Barnes M. F. Miss, 6 Winter 
Beals N. 234 Hanover 
fieliu Jules Mrs. 338 Washington 
Bernard E. 242 Hanover 
Boston J. 693 Washington 
Boyle I. M. 121 Broadway 
Brown J. M. 71 Cambridge 
Brown S. A. G. Mrs. 129 Hanover 
Brown Wm. L. 33 7 Washington 
Carlisle M. A. 15 Hanover 
Chamberlin M. A. Miss, 43 Winter 
Charlion Joseph A. 1 76 Hanover 
Clark Lydia P. 40 Pieasant 
Cloyes G. M. 6c Co. 25 Hanover 
Collin H. B. 739 Washington 
Colby Caroline M. 75 Leverett 
Collins M. J. 6c A. 23 Winter 
Connors P. W. 145 Court 
Cook Sarah J. 12 Bedford 
Costello & Hughes, 553 Washington 
Coverly & Co., Tremont, c. Winter 
Craffey M. 411 Washington 
Cunningham H. 262 Hanover 
Daniels B. A. 165 Broadway 
Davis M. A. 19 7 Broadway 
Demorest Madame, 1 Central place 
Dillon Catharine, 409 Washington 
Dillon Mary A. U»3 Sliawmut avenue 
Donaldson J. H. Miss, 39 Bedford 
Doten C. H. 801 Washington 
Ellis S. E. Mrs. 25 Winter 
Fay Mary A. 1036 Washington 
Fernald E. Miss, 32 Winter, room 1 
Finnellv M. M. Miss, 15* Temple pi. 
Fisher E. C. & F. A. 25 "Pleasant 
Forg J. .Mrs. 6 73 Washington [1 

Freeman L. W. Airs. 25 Winter, room 
French & Dix. 36 Winter 
Fulton Lueretia Mrs. 106 Meridian 



Gay M. N 6c E. II. 186 Hanover 
Guenters J. Mrs. 17'j Hanover 
Guenther C. C. Mrs. 553 Washington 
Haley A. J. 91 Hanover 
Haley C. T. 246 Hanover 
Haley C. T. Mrs. 208 Hanover 
Haley N. C. 28$ Hanover 
Hall AL A. 599 Washington 
Hastings P. J. 5^7 Washington 
Hay Win. D. Mrs. 22<<} Washington 
Hill 6c Gunnison, 10 7l> Washington 
Hill H. Mrs. 104 E. Sumner, E~ B. 
Holmes 6c MacGrath, 120 Tremont 
Holmquist N. R. 20 Broadway 
Hubbard B. F. 6 Winter 
Hubbard J. W. 6 Coolidge building 
Johnson T. M. 683 Washington 
Kelley II E. B. Mrs. 79 Hanover 
Kelleys Misses, 195 Broadway 
Kent S. G. Mrs. 2 Lewis, E. B. 
Keyes E. A. 6c H. N. 15£ Temple pi. 
King H. M. 75 West Cedar 
Knights F. M. 201 Broadway 
Knowlton E. 586 Washington 
Lee Thomas Mrs. 6c Crowe, 682 Wash. 
Maebrien Isabel, 13 Hanover [13 

Macready 6c Keele, 4 7 Winter, room 
Maguire 6c Egan Misses, 29 West 
Marks Thomas, 591 Washington 
Marvin J. A. Mrs. 66 7 Washington 
McCabe Mary 6c Margaret, Dedham, 

corner Sliawmut avenue 
McCarthy E. A. Miss, 8 Meridian 
McGowan Eliza J. 4 7 Cambridge 
McGowan Ellen A. 295 Hanover 
McKenna A. B. 129 Court 
McLaughlin 6c Bennett, 8 Avon pi. 
McLeod A. E. 31 Winter 
McQuade 6c Libby, 236 Washington 
Mears M. 78 Fourth 
Milkman Sarah Mrs. 339 Wash. 
Monney E. Mrs. 83 Maverick 
Monroe 6c Co. 26 Hanover 
Monroe S. C. 1 Central place 
Morgan W. A. 298 Hanover 
Mullen M. A. Mrs. 804 Washington 
Murphv. M. A. Miss, 165 Summer 
Norwood S. 1). 119 Broadway 
Nourse Georgie A. Miss, 41 Winter 
O'Leary M. C. Mrs. 7 Summer 
O'Neil & Lougee Misses, 19 \\ inter 
Page Carrie lv. 25 Winter, room 1 1 
Pike J. U. Mrs. 7 Summer 
Rand F. P. 661 Washington 
Raymond G. P. 292 Washington 
Remick W. J. 31 Hanover 
Roeth M. 6c C Tremont House 
Rollins 6c Boynton, 1 Central place 
Rowe A. Mrs. 594 Washington 
Rowe E. A. Miss. 30 Oxford 
Ryan Kite, 775 Washington 
Sampson M. B. 221 Hanover 
Scott D. «.\ E- 403 Washington 
Sleeper (X C. 6c Co. '^3 Hanover 
Smith S. F. 47 Winter, room 12 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Milliners — continued* • 
Sparrow J. F. 210 Hanover 
Spencer M. A. Miss, 48 Winter 
Stone E. T. 171 Broadway 
STONE WM. II. 9 Tremont row 
Swan E. \V. 844 Washington 
Thayer A. A. 7 Summer 
Thomas XL B. Mrs. 108 Cambridge 
Tilton Samuel, 341 Washington 
Traill \ Mclvenna, 215 Hanover 
Tuttle & Howe, 36 Winter 
Viekery .James Mrs. 228 Hanover 
Vinal S. S. 288 Washington 
Wall & Little, 8 Avon place 
Walker M. M. 1189^ Washington 
Walsh L. M. Madame, 84 Treinont 
Warren A. Miss, 7 Summer 
Warren It. 90 Court 
Watts Geo. Mrs. 118 Tremont 
Weeks X. M. 8 Temple place 
West M. P. Miss, 129 Tremont 
Wethern Caroline M. 20 Hanover 
White Harriet O. 36 Lagrange 
Williams E. k Co. 37 Winter" 
Wood C. T. 52 Cambridge 
Wood Mary Jane, 29 Meridian, E.B. 
Wood Sarah A. Miss, 1 6 7 Court 
Woods M. & A. 58 Prince 
-Wyatt & Brown, 7 West 
Young X. Mrs. 124 Broadway 
"Young Salome Mrs. 216 Hanover 

Millinery Goods. {Wholesale.) 
Andenson & J. A. Baird, 7 and 9 Milk 
Birch i\ Henderson, 19 Milk (ruches 

Brown Geo. A. & Co. 221 Washington 
Brownimr, Church, £c Co. 249 Wash. 
Carpenter, Plimpton, & Co. 174 Wash. 
Button B. F. 34 .Milk 
Frost Bros. & Co. 27 Milk 
George John C. 179 Washington 
Griffiths C. W. &Co. 16 Milk 
Hasting C. A. 13 Milk 
Heckle William & Co. 23 -Milk 
Hills J. G. 10 Elm 

Horton W. II. ,v Co. 12 & 14 Franklin 
Johnson Henry, 99 Hanover 
Johnson Thos. J. 25 7 Washington 
Lowell II. X. 39 Winter 
Miles, Mandell, & Burr, 8 Milk 
Ordwav Brothers & Co. 15 Milk 
Plimpton J. W. & Co. 158 Wash. 
Preseott. Wood, & Dyer, 2 Milk 
Itoyee. Tuck, & Co. 43 Milk 
Ryan M. .\: E. 13 Franklin 
Sleeper, Fisk, & Co. 31 Milk [over 
Sleeper O. C. & Co. 93 and 99 Ilan- 
STOXE WM. II. 9 Tremont row 
Voazie Win. II. 199 Washington 
Weston George L. 177 Washington 

Millstones. 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill, aud 2 Beverly (see 

adv. page 648) 



Millwrights. 

AMERICAN WATER WHEEL 
CO., A. Wanvn, agent, 31 Ex- 
change, and 3.^7 Federal (see adv. 
page (J 3 3) 

HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 
11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly (see 
adv. page 648) 

McLauthlin G. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 

McLean C. It., Lewis, n. E. B. Ferry 

Mineral Water. 

COBUKX, LANG, & CO. loo Wor- 
cester (see adv. page 781) 

COM STOCK, GOVE, & CO. 139 
Friend (see adv. page 782) 

FAIRBANKS cSc BEARD, Howard 
Atheineum (see adv. page G3G) 

McConologue 1). 123 North [Sudlmry 

Robinson, Wilson, 6c Legailee, 102 

Morocco Case Manufs. 
Lauten E. A. 221 Washington 
Thaxter Joshua, 48 Winter 

Morocco Leather Dealers. 
Amer William & Co. 21 Pearl 
Bales E. C. 4 Pearl (up stairs) 
Brackett Josiah & Co. 14 Elm 
Bush. Clark. & Co. 16 Pearl 
CHILI) & SIMMOXS, 85 Kilby 
Dow James X. (sheep skins), 30| 

Pearl 
Gardner W. L. 92 High 
Hall George S. (manuVaet'r) 6 Pearl 
Hartshorne & Co. 74 Pearl 
Holland J. 48 Fulton 
Hornblower W. J. 1 Pearl 
Hunt Irving S. 72 Pearl 
Hunt John\r. 72 Pearl 
Hurd William (manut'.), 8G Pearl 
Kellev William A. 7 7 Kilbv 
Kimball B. & B. M. & Co. 50 Pearl 
Lear Peter. 5 Washington 
Leman N. 11 jr. 7 7 Kilby 
Packer Gcortre, 8 7 Kilby 
Pevear & Co. 69 Kilby * 
Sewall M. B. (manuf.), 12 Pearl 
Smith Dyar & Co. 36 Pearl 
Smith E. E. 24 Exchange 
Souther Joseph, jr. & Co. 63 Kilby 
Sweetser Sam'l & Co. 1 Pearl st. Ho. 
Webster & Co. (manufs.) 6>j Milk 

Mosquito Screens. 
Bruce Chas. II. 604 Wash, (see adv. 
p. 782) 

Moss. (Irish.) 
VAN NOSTRAND W. T. US and 
120 Lincoln (^see adv. p. 610) 

Mouldings. {Gilt.) 
! BOOS T. 39' s Kingston (see adv. p. 

622) 
j DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS. 
i 113 Washington (see adv. p. *><»">) 



MOULDINGS — NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



403 



Manning F. II- 144 Hanover 
MEYER C. E. & CO. 7 & 8 Holmes 
block, Haymarket sq. and 105 and 
lu7 Friend (see adv. page 629) 

Mouldings. ( Wood.) 

BOSTON PLANING & MOULD- 
ING MILL, J. A. Robertson, 393 
Federal, corner Furnace (see adv. 
page 7 73) 

Cass J. II. & Son, 126 Federal 

DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 
113 Washington (see adv. p. 605) 

HITCHCOCK & SKINNER, 75 
Albion 

Manning F. II. 144 Hanover 



MANSON & PETERSON, Decatur, 
corner Border (see adv. page 619) 
McNUTT JOHN J., Novelty Wood | 
Works, Wareham and Maiden strs. 
(see adv. page 7 7 7) 
MEYER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 
Holmes Block, Haymarket square, 
and 105 and 107 Friend (see adv. 
page 629) [over 

Moseley & Goodman, 30 and 40 Han- 
Paul Joseph F. 44 9 Tremont 
Pickens & Washburn, 14 7 Merrimac 
Pierce S. H. L., B, corner First. 
ROBERTSON JOHN A. 393 Fed- 
eral (see adv. page 773) 

Music. {Military Bands.) 
Bond's Cornet Band, 103 Court 
Brown's Brigade Band, 80 Wash. 
Germania Serenade, W. C. Nichols, 

agent, 33 Court 
Gilmore's Band, J. Thomas Baldwin, 

agent, 74 Washington 
Hall's Boston Brass Band, 103 Court 
Metropolitan Band, 103 Court 
Savage's Quadrille Baud, T. L. Sav- 
age, leader, 5 Endicott 

Music Stores. 
Clapp Charles C. 69 Court 
Cundy W. IT. 1009£ Washington 
Ditson Oliver k Co. 27 7 Washington 
Haynes J. C. & Co. 33 Court 
Howe Elias. 103 Court 
Russell G. I). & Co. 126 Tremont 
Tolman II. & Co. 291 Washington 
Stratton G. W. 344 Washington 
White A. W. 86 Tremont 

Musical Instrument Makers. 
Crosby Walter, 59 Court 
Gilmore k Co. 18 Harvard place 
Hall L \ Quinby, 64 Sudbury 
Heyer Bros, (importers), 76 Federal 
Leukhanlt .John, 1 364 Washington 
Newiruier L agent, 80 Wash, (brass) 
Richardson & Lehnert, 38 Portland 
White A. \V. m; Tremont 
"White Ira E. K8 Sudbury (drums) 
White J. 11. 59 Court 



WRIGHT E. G. * CO. 71 Sudbury 

(:?ee adv. page 6o3) 

Music Tools. 

DODGE & POWER. Pearl street 
House (see adv. page 790) 

Nails. 
Abbott & Howard, 5 7 Kilby 
Bridgewater Iron Manufacturing Co., 

N. Stetson, treasurer, 28 Broad 
Chessman W. II. 9 Central (slating 

nails) 
East Bridgewater Iron Co., Rogers & 

Sheldon, 83 Water 
LAZELL, PERKINS, & CO. 28 

Broad (see adv. page 756) 
LEEDS, ROBINSON, & CO. 75 and 

77 North (see adv. page 7.sl) 
Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. Leonard, 

agent and treasurer, 120 .Milk 
Old Colony Iron Co., Win. R. Paine, 

36 Broad 
Tremont Nail Co., II. P. Tobey, 23 

Broad 
Weymouth Iron Co., Isaac Pratt, jr. 

agent, 134 Milk 
Wickersham Nail Co., A. L. Wood, 

treasurer, 103 State 
Wilbur A. & Co. 112 Tremont (slat- 
ing) 

Naturalization Office. 
ROWEAN THOMAS, 110 Federal 

Naval Stores. 
Fearing, Rodman, 8c Co. 170 State 
Greene & Sweat. 7 India 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Kittredge J. & Co. 65 Commercial 
Newton" Oil Co. 3 Central wharf 
PAGE SAMUELS SON, 4 Lib- 
erty square 
Smith Charles & Co. 6 Central wharf 
Storey J. C. ^ Co. First, near C. i >;:•. e 

10 State 
Whiton Bro. & Co. 33 Commercial 
Williams & Tyler, 6 Commercial 

Needle Manufs. 
Low Oscar, oii Washington 
PATCH C. & CO. 141 Washi. : 

(see adv. page 645) 
Spring C. & A. 7 Harvard place 

Nets and Seines. 
Amer. Net and Twine Co. 13 C« mini 
Tresilian William, 248 Commercial 

News Room. ("/ 
SMITH JOHN T. basement Old 
State House 

Notaries Public. 
(S, i aluo \>age »i<».) 
ALGER EDWIN A. 35 Court 
ANGELL & JENNISON, i6 Wu>h. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Notaries Public — continued. 

BELL JAMES B. 4 State (see adv. 
page 620) 

HENSHAW JOSEPH L. 56 Chest- 
nut 

OSGOOD ISAAC, 57 Elm 

TODD PAUL P. & CO. 17 State 
(see adv. page CI 4) 

Nurses. 

Abbott Mary A. 6 Bay 
Alden S. F. Miss, 10 Nassau 
Alexander Mary A. 1 76 Springfield 

(midwife) 
Allen G. W. 56 Irving 
Aver Jane. 66 Myrtle 
Barnard Lueinda, 5 Norfolk place 
Bell Margaret, 103 Pleasant 
Barry Mary, 3 Maiden place 
Berriek Hannah C. 89 Chambers 
Blanchard Sarah M. H Wesley place 
Bresha Mrs. 32 North Bennet " 
Brown Sarah. 34 Myrtle 
Butman M. 14 Cresctnt place 
Chase Dvantha, D. u. Tudor 
Chase A. Mrs. .34 Oak 
Chesman Hannah. 54 Village 
Clark Abigail C. 97 Myrtle 
, Coffin Eunice Miss, 4 7 Oak 
Cogswell Mrs. 31 Camden 
Darling Eliza. 3 Garland 
Davis C. Mrs. 32 Grove 
Dickens Hannah F. 145 Salem 
Emerson Mary B. Miss, 37 Hudson 
Everett Sophia, 3 Corey avenue 
Farnham A. Mrs. 1 Bremen, E. B. 
Fiske C. H. rear 225 Tremont 
Follansbee Mary P. 6 Pine 
Fox Annie. 9 Common 
Hall Grace, 4 East street place 
Haskell Helen, Village 
Hatch N. Mrs. 5 Norfolk place 
Hayes Mary, 1324 Brighton 
Hinckley Susan, 5 Norfolk place 
Hogan Elizabeth N. 26 Oneida 
Houghton Marcia A. 87 Carver 
Hunkins Martha. 21 Bradford 
Hutchinson E.. K. corner Seventh 
Ingals Mary Mrs. 35 Oak 
Jennings I. B. Mi>s, 4 7 Oak 
Jones Maria, 5 Edgerly place 
Joyce W. D. 45 Piedmont 
Kelly Mary A. 1 7.'i Gold 
Kenny Ann M. 15 SL-twrnut 
Lane Hannah, 78 Pleasant 
Lake Abby A. 1 Anderson place 
Lewis Arvilla, 54 Village 
Lewis Keziah. 4 Centre 
Little P. S. Mrs. 131 Hudson 
Littlefield Ephraim, 122 Brighton 
Lovell Harriet, 38 East Dedham 
Mansfield II. P. 5 Fruit 
McCabe Harriet C 71 Lowell 
McClintork E. 10 Blossom 
McDowall Mary, 9 Nassau 



MeElroy Isabella, 121 Pleasant 
MeFarland Sarah. 80 Prince 
Miller Elizabeth, 14 Lindall place 
Moody S. 31 Athens 
Miner Louis,) H. 16 Piedmont 
Moore Eliza T. 102 Pleasant 
Moyes G. Mrs. 4 Norfolk place 
Mundo Charlotte, 72 Emerald 
Paget E. Mrs. rear 54 Prince 
Palmer Hettee, 46 Anderson 
Park S. 171 Cambridge 
Parson Eliza, 24 Anderson 
Pelby Adaline, ♦: Norfolk place 
Potter Sarah, 50 Chambers 
Richardson Almira. 107 Poplar 
Richardson Jane P. 8 West Lenox 
Rogers H. M. 13 South Russell 
Rollins Harriet P. 105 Harrison ave. 
Ryder Lucy V. 107 Pleasant 
Shacklev Eliza A. 118 Hudson 
Smith Mary, 5 Edgerly place 
Stafford S. 39 Harrison avenue 
Stetson LI. D. 32 Lynde 
Stoddard Susan P. 3 Vinal place 
Tarr A. Mrs. 5 Norfolk place 
Walker Geo. Mrs. 64 Union Park st. 
Warren S. E Mrs. rear 37 Warren 
Watson D. 6 South Cedar 
Watts Angeline W. Mrs. 129 Brighton 
Whalin C, D, corner Athens 
Wheeler Harriet, rear 78 Pleasant 
White Mary M. 1 1 Shawmut 
Whittemore M. II. Mrs. 3 7 LIudson 
White Sarah, D. near Tudor 
Wilson Alary, 17 Piedmont 
Wood Nancy, 45 Harrison a v. 
Wood Timothy B. 8S 7 Washington 
Wyatt Alary L. 34 Myrtle 

Oakum. 

Fearing, Rodman, & Co. 170 State 
Sewall, Day, & Co. 83 and S5 Com- 
mercial 
Train William G. 40 Fulton 
Whiton Bros. & Co. 33 Commercial 

Oars. 

Cragin & Sheldon, 184 Broad 
Dodge L. W. 176 Commercial 
Dodge R. T. 176 Commercial 
Wheeler J. P. jr. 31 Commercial 
Winsor & Bradlee, 13 Comm'l wharf 

Office Furniture. 
Hughes John A. & Co. 151 Wash. 
MERRILL J. W. 4 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Ross Joseph L. Chardon (school) 
Smith S. vsc Co. 51 Cornhill 

Oil Carpetings. 
ELDRIDGE J. F. & Co. 31 School 
Folsom A. & Son, 53 Water 
Learned & Hartley, 136 Hanover 

Oil Clothing. 
CLAPP C. M. & Co. 37 Milk (sec 
adv. p. 791) 



OIL CLOTTIING 



OTL AND CANDLES. 



495 



Eager P. B. 104 Fulton . . Cod Liver Oil. 

KuThman II. 238 Commercial PHILLIPS E. B. & Co. 91 Fulton 

Saver J. F. <S. Co. 68 Congress an( j isr, Congress 

Thompson A. A. 6: Co. 127 Purchase i Leonard George II. 59 Purchase 

Oil Paintings. 

Childs & Jenks, 127 Tremont 
Hendrickson, Doll, & Richards, 28 
Summer 



Oil and Candles. 

Sperm and Whale. 

* Denotes the Manufacturers. 

Atlantic Oil & Guano Co. 22 Broad, 

G. A. Fiske, treasurer 
*BARTLETT, BURGESS, & CO. 

106 State 
Bartlett, Smith, & Co. 56 Broad 
Barney, Spencer, & West, 204 State 
Bradshaw & Patch, 7 Central wharf 
Crafts & Williams, 5 Commercial whf. 
Emery Brothers, *74 Fulton 
Folsom, Gilman, & Pope, 15 Central 
Jackson E. & Co. 214 State 
Leonard George H. 59 Purchase 
Leonard James A. 5 Central wharf 
Lincoln William & Co. 15 Central 
*Maguire & Campbell. 41 India 
Manning & Bro. 105 Fulton 
MASURY A. C. & CO. 28 India (see 

adv.pa^e 646) 
Means & Bell, 14 Broad 
♦Mears Granville. 121 Water 
♦Milliken E. T. & Co. 21 N. Market 
Mixer, Whitman, & Co. 44 Broad 
Narragansett Oil & Guano Co. 198 

State, John B. Hatch, Treasurer 



Combination (Jil Company. 

IIEBARI) BENJAMIN F. & SON, 
149 Broad (seu adv. page 647) 

Currier* Oil. 



Bartlett, Smith. & Co. 56 Broad 
Bradshaw & Patch, 7 Central wharf 
Brown F. L. & Co. 167 Milk 
Gale Milton & Co. 258 Congress 
Kendall G. F. 124 Pearl 
Leenard George II. 59 Purchase 
Newton Oil Co. 3 Central wharf 
Norris & Milliken, 255 Congress 
Osborn John & Son, 190 Congress 
Osborne O. W. 28 >- India 
PAGE SAMUEL & SON, 4 Liberty 

square 
PHILLIPS E. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 

and 186 Congress 
Smith Heman, 19 and 21 Fulton 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. page 0<"J) 
Stackpole, Barney, & Co. 5 India whf. 
Ware & Bundv, 309 and 311 Broad 
Wise & Russell, 213 State 
WOLFORD JOHN II. 90 and 92 

High 

Kerosene and Coal Oil. 

Atwood I. F. 11 Batterymarch 

Barnev, Spencer. & West. 204 State 
BARTLETT, BURGESS, & CO. 

106 Slate 



Newton Oil Company, 3 Central wharf j Bartlett, Smith. & Co. 56 Broad 
Norris & Milliken, 255 Congress I BOWMAN FRANK F. 16. A 



Palmer I. S. 128 Milk 



Bradshaw & Patch, 7 Central wharf 



PORTER J. & CO. 101 and 103 Wa- I Brown F. L. e\ Co. 167 Milk 

I Brown It. II. & Co. 46 India 
| Bursely & King, 36 India [street 

Capen, Sherman, <Sc Co. 6 Custom-Ho. 



India. F. E. Smith, 



ter (see adv. page 643) 
'Reardon J. 8c Sons, 12 Central 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
ROOK&MULLIKEN, 75 Haverhill Carey Oil Co. 

(see adv. page 625) agent 

Richmond & Pray, 225 State and 22 Carr George W. 96 Sudbury 

Central j Coburn Henry R. 29 Broad 

Seccomb, Kehew, & Thayer, 59 Broad ! Columbian Oil Co. 54 Long wharf 
♦Simmons George A. 204 State j Crowell Brother & Co. 61 Union 

Smith Heman, 19 & 21 Fulton (im-! Dodge E '. 8 Tremont 



porter) 



*DOVVXER KEROSENE OIL CO. 



•SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & 'CO. I 108 Water, factory First, corner A 
27 Broad (see adv. page 606) Eureka ( )il Co. 8 

Spear Alden, 3 Central wharf 

Stackpole, Barnev, & Co. 5 India whf 

Stevenson, & Peirson, 48 Kilbv 

Ware $ Bundv. 311 Broad 

•Whittemore \V. & F. II. 32 Broad 

WILKINSON, CARTER, & YEO- 
MAN S, 3 I India (see adv. p. 625) 

Car eel and Moderateur Oil. 

Mears Brothers & Co. 121 Water 



j Farrar A. & Co. 1H India 
I Foss A. G. -4 9 Charlestown 
■ HOWE & FRENCH, 69 Blaekstone 

(see adv. page 609) 
) Howlett George C. 25 Central wharf 
' Jenney Stephen, 46 India 
, Lincoln William & Co. 15 Central 
; Lothrop, Bcarse, & Co. 15" Com'l 
Manning & Brother. 105 Fulton 
j Marsh George, 9 Merchants row 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Oil, etc. — continued. 
MASURY A. C. cS: CO., 28 India 

(see adv. page 646) 
Mears Brothers 6c Co. 121 Water 
Mears Granville, 121 Water 
MERRILL BROS. 215 State (see 

adv. page 769) 
Mills D. T. & Co. 40 India 
Newton Oil Co., J. P. Bridge, treas. 

3 Central wharf 
Noyes Person, 4 7 India 
Oriental Coal Oil Co., James Adams, 

treas. 32 Broad 
PACK SAMUEL & SON, 4 Liberty 

square 
Palmer I. S. 12S Milk 
Pleadwell John, 28 ^ Central 
PORTER JOHN"& CO. (coalinc) 

101 and 103 Water (see adv. page j 

643) [leum) j 

Prescott Harrison, 23 Central (petro- i 
Reed George P. & Co. 121 Water 
ROOK & MULLIKEN, 75 Haverhill i 

(see adv. page 625) [wharf! 

Smith, Merrill, & Co. 55 and 56 India 
SNELL J. II. & CO. 107 Milk 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. page 606) 
Tucker II. F. 13 Doane 
UNION ILLUMINATING- OIL 

CO. 34 India 
Walker S. & Co. 40 Clinton 
Whittemore W. & F. II. 32 Broad 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
WILKINSON, CARTER. & YEO- 
MAN'S, 31 India (see adv. p. 625) 
Wyman Charles F. & Co. 72 Kilby 

Lard Oil and Stearine. 
•Alden E. G. & Co. 181 Broad 



B; 



Spencer, & West, 204 State 



Bartlett. Smith, & Co. 56 Broad 
•GOODRICH JAMES L. & SON, 

150 State (see adv. page 623) 
Haseltine Win. B. & Co. 11 and 13 

Foster's wharf 
Leonard James A. 5 Central wharf 
Mears Granville, 121 Water 
Milliken E. T. & Co. 21 North Market 
Mixer, Whitman, & Co. 44 Broad 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
ROOK & MULLIKEN, 75 Charles- 
town (see adv. p. .625) 
Seccomb, Ivehew, <S: Thaver, 59 Broad 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. page 606) 
Whittemore W. & F. H. :;2 Broad 
WILKINSON, CARTER, & YEO- 
MANS 31 India (see adv. p. 625) 
Linseed Oil. 
Chelsea Oil Co. 25 Broad 
Lee, Crocker, «.\ Co. 9 India 

Lubrivatinn Oil. 
BAILEY cN EATON. 28 and 30 
Canal (see adv. page 625) 



Barney Joseph, 5 India wharf 
Barnev, Spencer, & West, 204 State 
BARTLETT, BURGESS, & CO. 

106 State 
Bartlett. Smith, & Co. 56 Broad 
Bradshaw ,S: Batch, 7 Central wharf 
Capen, Sherman, & Co. 6 Custom- 
house street 
Crafts & Williams, 5 and 6 Com'l 

wharf 
DOWNER KEROSENE OIL CO. 

108 Water 
Howlett George C. 25 Central wharf 
Lothrop, Bearse, <S: Co. 150 Com'l 
Marshall II. N. F. & Co. 7s Broad 
MERRILL BROTHERS, 213 and 

215 State (see adv. page 769) 
Osborne (). W. 28 >- India 
PAGE SAMUEL & SON, 4 Liberty 

square 
Palmer I. S. 128 Milk 
ROOK & MULLIKEN, 75 Haverhill 

(see adv. pacce 626) 
Russell & Blaisdell, 44 India 
Seccomb, Ivehew, & Thayer, 5 9 

Broad 
Smith, .Merrill, & Co. 55 and 56 In- 
dia wharf 
SOUTHARD. HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. page 606) 
Stackpole, Barney, & Co. 5 India whf. 
Stevenson & Pierson, 48 Kilbv 
WILKINSON. CARTER. & YEO- 

MANS, 31 India (see adv. p. 625) 
Machinery Oil, 
Barney, Spencer, &West, 204 State 
Bradshaw & Patch, 7 Central wharf 
Brown F. L. & Co. 167 Milk 
Manning C. B. & Brother, 105 Fulton 
Newton Oil Co. 3 Central wharf 
Palmer I. S. 128 Milk 
Richardson L. 46 India 
ROOK & MULLIKEN, 75 Haverhill 

(see adv. pa^e 62.3) 
SNELL J. II. &CO. 107 Milk 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. pace 606) 
WILKINSON, CARTER,.& YEO- 

MANS, 31 India (see adv. p. Cr25) 
Fish Oil and Guano. 

MARINE GUANO & OIL CO., 
works at Tiverton, Rhode Island, 
and Brooklin, Maine, office, ID 
Lindall st., Thomas L. Robinson . 
general agent 

Neatsfoot Oil and Tall w. 
Bartlett, Smith, Cs: Co. 56 Broad 
Bradshaw & Patch. 7 Central wharf 
Brown F. L. & Co. 167 Milk 
Leonard George II. 59 Purchase 
NTorris & Milliken, 255 Congress 
PHILLIPS E. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 

and 186 Congress 
Rice 6c Davis, 5 Central wharf 



OIL AND CANDLES — PACKETS. 



407 



Rich & Leman, 77 Kilby 
Upton & Co. 51 Kilby 
•Ward N. & Co. 104 Fulton 
Ware'&Bundy, 311 Broad 

Oleine OH. 
Marsh George, 9 Merchants row 

Rosin ami Chemical Oil. 
PAGE SAMUEL & SON, 4 Liberty 

square 
Storey J. C. & Co., First, near C, of- 
fice', 10 State 

Universal Oil. 

BEDEE E. E. & CO. 20 State 

Wool Oil. 
Russell & Blaisdell, 44 India 

Oil Meal. 
Lee, Crocker, & Co. 9 India 

Opticians. 
Ailman John II. 30 Bromfield 
Clark Thos. & Son, 205 Washington 
Franks E. S. 284 Washington 
Hall gliomas, 15 Bromfield 
Hews Augustus II. 165 Washington 
Josselyn "E. li. 130 Wash, (patent 

eye-glasses) 
Paine C. M. 3 73 Washington 
Raymond F. C. 4 Bromfield 
Thaxter & Brother, 130 Washington 
Watson William, 218} Washington 
Weisenbach A. 115 Pleasant 
Widdifield & Co. 148 Washington 

Organ Builders. 

Hook E. & G. G., Tremont, n. Box- 
bury line 

MASON W. II. agent, 106 Sudbury 
(see adv. page 627) 

Mason & Hamlin, 154 Tremont (cabi- 
net) 

Simmons W. B. D. & Co:, Charles, e. 
Cambridge 

Smith S. D. & H. W., Tremont, opp. 
Waltham (American organ) 

Stevens "William, North Grove, cor. 
Cambridge 

Organ and Melodeon Leather. 
Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange 

Oval and Looking-Glass 
Frames. 
Manning F. H. 14 1 Hanover 
MEYER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 
Holmes block, Ilavmarket square 
(see adv. pane 629) 
Paul Joseph F. 441 Tremont 

Over-gaiter Manufacturers. 
BUxlgott F. M. & Co. 160 Washington 
Wallia F. B. 62 Kilby 

Oysters. 
Atkinson & Severance, 46 Kingston 



Atwood II. 11 and 13 Union 
At wood II. & It. 17 Commercial 
Atwood ('. W. ,\ Brother, 23 Province 

Atwood LI. F. M. J How. loin Bq. blk. 

Atwood Timothy, 19 Devonshire 

Atwood W. 11.77 Union 

liagley Win. !)•; Merrimac 

Laker J. Y. & Co., X. E. c. F. II. mkt. 

Baker W. S. & Co., Smith Market, c. 

Commercial 
Bancroft J. G. 101 Hanover 
Barry P. II. 14 School 
Bland George, 218 North 
Campbell John & P. E. 23 7 Hanover 
Curtis I. G. 4 Canal, and Baltimore 

pier 
Davenport Wm. 09 Lcverett 
Doane John S., Coram'l., cor. Hanover 
Dow ling James, 375 Hanover 
Elmore P. F. 5 North square 
Frost Wm. B. 19 Batterymarch 
Gannon James, .'351 Commercial 
Grace B. 1). & Co. 5i Meridian, E.B. 
Hamblen, Baker, & Co. 125 Purchase 
Harding James II. 37 Hawes 
Harding O. S. 70 Cambridge 
i Hawes J. Y. 342 Hanover 
Iliggins 11. U. & J. S. 12G Court 
Hildreth A. S. 151 Leverett 
Huntoon II. A. 52 Merrimac 
Hutchinson E. II. 132 Broadway 
Jewett Asa, 720 Washington 
Johnson F. & A. 716 and 718 Wash. 
Me Cracker J. E. 1G6 Merrimac 
Merrill Franklin, 12 Hawley 
New England Oyster Co. foot City 

wharf and 4 Canal 
Neweomb J. jr. 3 Court avenue 
Newton W. W. 527 Washington 
O'Neal James, 159 Federal 
Pike Francis. 271 Hanover 
Pindell Isaiah. L> 1 2 Washington 
Richardson Wm. E. 5 Eliot 
Rock Patrick E. 225 Hanover 
Scanlon Daniel, 12 Fleet 
Spruce Emma, 317 Hanover 
Webster John. 343 Hanover 
Wiley Jesse II. 208 Broad 
Wiilcy A. It. 24 Cambridge 
Wilherell 1'. S. lo.j Dover 
Wright li. S. ,V Co. 2 Brattle and 81 

Court 
Veaton li. F. 131 and 133 Court 

Pacific Guano. 

Davenport Geo. & Co. 145 Milk 

Packets. 



D' stination. 

Albany 

Alexandria 

August i. steamer 

Australia 

Australia 



Station. 
Commercial wharf 
Mercantile wharf 
Foot Union wharf 
Long wharf 
Lewis wharf 



Baltimore, st^amerEnd Central whf. 



408 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Packets — continued. 

Baltimore East. Packet Pier 

Bangor N. side Cent. whf. 

Bangor, steamer. .Foster's south whf. 

Bath T wharf 

Bath, steamer. . . . Foot Union wharf 
Btth. steamer. . . .Lincoln's wharf 

Belfast East. Packet Pier 

Brewster Mercantile wharf 

Calais T wharf 

Calais, steamer. . . Commercial wharf 

California Lewis wharf 

California India wharf 

C fcstine Mercantile wharf 

Charleston Commercial wharf 

Cuba, steamer. . . . End Long wharf 

Dennis. Mercantile wharf 

Dover, steamer. . .N. side Cent. whf. 

Eastham Mercantile wharf 

East port T wharf 

Eastport, steamer. Commercial wharf 

Gardiner Foot Union wharf 

Gloucester T wharf 

Halifax, steamer. . South side T whf. 

Halifax Fort Hill wharf 

Halifax Packard's wharf 

Hallowell Foot Union wharf 

Hinghani, steamer.Liverpool wharf 
Hull, steamer . . . .Liverpool wharf 
Kennebeck Riv. st.Foot Union wharf 

Kennebunk T wharf 

Liverpool, Eng. . .Constitution wharf 
Liverpool, N. S.. .Fort Hill wharf 

Lubee T wharf 

Manchester Long wharf 

Mobile Commercial wharf 

Nantucket India Street 

New Orleans, stea. Commercial wharf 
New Orleans . . . .Long wharf 
New < Means .... Lewis wharf 
New Orleans ....Commercial wharf 

New York India wharf 

New York, steamr. Central wharf 

New York East. Packet Pier 

New York Mercantile wharf 

New York Commercial wharf 

< Means East. Packet Pier 

Philadelphia S.side Cent. whf. 

Philadelpliia East. Packet Pier 

Philadelphia, stea. Long wharf 

Plii'ad. lphia Mercantile wharf 

Plymouth Long wf. (N. side) 

Portland N. side Central wf. 

Portland, steamers.! ndia wharf 
Portland, steamer. Commercial wharf 
Portsmouth. ..... S. side Long wharf 

Prince Edw. Is. st.T wharf 
Provincctown .... Commercial wharf 

Provineetown, ste.Eastern avenue 

Richmond Foot Union wharf 

Rockport T wharf 

Saeo Constitution whf. 

Savannah Commercial wharf 

Savannah Long wharf 

Searsport East. Packet Pier 



St. John, N. I), st. Commercial wharf 
St. John's, X. V.. .Packard's wharl 

Stockton East. Packet Pier 

Troy Commercial wharf 

Truro ( 'ommercial wharf 

Washington Mercantile wharf 

Wellfleet East. Packet Pier 

Yarmouth, N. S. . .T wharf 

Yarmouth Central wha^rf 

Yarmouth, N. S.. .Mercantile wharf 
Painters. 
Banner Paintt r. 
SAVORY T. C. 13 Tremont row 
(see adv. page 029) 

Coach and Chaise Painters. 
Ellsworth & Delanty, 20 7 Tremont 
Howard Henry, 341 Harrison avenue 
Kelly S. H. 116 Brookline 
Malfon J. M. 6 Bumstead court 
Kicker Edward. 90 Portland 
Smith & Lovett, 102 Canal 
Teeling J. A., Orleans, c. Webster 
Tuttle Joseph W. 140 Beach 
Woodward H. 128 Charlestown 

Fresco Paintei's. 
Brown & Strauss, 9 State 
Brazer William S. 3 School 
Butler P. A. 81 Washington 
CARL WILLIAM, 20 Studio build- 
ing (see adv. page 618) 
Emerson Win. H. 85 Charles 
Guelpa Philip, 121 Court 
Haberstroh & Needham, r. 008 Wash. 
Handcock & Redman, 84 Sudbury 

KAUFFER T. L. & CO. 926 Wash. 
MePherson W. J. 19 Tremont 
Morris Thomas D. 40 Congress 
House, Sign, and Fancy Painters. 

Adams C. Henry, 72 Kilby 

Ainsley T. 880 Washington 

Appleton W. J. 30 Water 

Aveling Edgar, 30 Hawlev 

Baker T. 122 Commercial' 

Barry James E. 315 Commercial 

Bates Samuel D. 57A Tremont row 

Bowles H. A. 211 Broadway 

Bowker & Peterson, 2 Creek square 

Boynton J. D. 2 Market 

Bowen J. T. 92 Portland 

Brodie James, Fleet 

Bruce P. A. 205 Commercial 

Bruce L. A. 42 N. Market 

Burgess T. II. 388 Tremont 

Burrill & Whitnev, F, cor. Athens 

Bussell H.57 Meridian 

Butts George & Son, 9j Lewis, E. B. 

CARL WILLIAM, 20 Studio build- 
ing (decorative, see adv. p. 618) 

Cass Clark C. 10 Central 

Cassell E. D. 96 Court 

Clark B. M. & Co. 71 Broad & 2 Lew s 

Clark R. 090 Washington 

Cotton John, 6 Harrison avenue 



PAINTERS. 



490 



Cuu«ins Charles, 13 E. Dedham 
furrier J. M. 1 Warren avenue 
Carrier S. Q. & J. M. 110 Water 
I tain Benjamin, 107 Endicott 
Donovan M. J. & Co. 1 Newbury pi. 
Emerson W. H. 85 Charles 
Kverbeck J. &P. 132 Broad 
Fay Robert R. 14 Blossom 
Flood H. 19 Province 
Frost Win. 242 Commercial 
Garfield N. B. 71 Union 
Gill & Plumer, 205 Fourth 
Goodwin & W'atson, 32 Devonshire 
Grander E. 919 Washington 
Green John, jr. 8134- Washington 
Hamblin E., Havre, c. Decatur 
Hand William F. 1000 Washington 
Handcock & Redman, 84 Sudbury 
Hastings Samuel, 30 Hawley 
Hathaway T. I). 7 Beach 
HoMen Wm. H. 5 Merchants row 
Hollace N. E. 160 Broadway 
Homer Albert, 14 Howard 
Howland F. 311 Tremont 
Huntoon T. B. 753 Washington 
Jackson Andrew, 131 Dover 
Jenkins Henry, 250 Broad 
Kauffer J. T. 57 Canton 
KAUFFER T. L. & CO. 926 Wash. 
Knox Charles II. 8 Province and 1032 

Washington 
Leach A. M. 3 Bussev pi. & 23 State 
Litchfield &Pope\ 34 Hawley 
Longley Francis E. 81 Cambridge 
Lord B. F. 65 Cornhill 
Loveland D. 95 Sumner, E. B. 
Lyford & Boyce, 10 Broad 

Mansfield , 72 Friend 

Markey II. J., First, n. Federal 
Marshall J. 56 Cross 
Martin F. 1062 Washington 
Martin John S. 12 Hawley 
McDermott Thos. 318 Shawmut ave. 
McDonald W T . 8 Pleasant 
McKeague A. 35 Charlestown 
McPherson W. J. 19 & 449 Tremont 
MITCHELL W. B. 91 Brookline 
Morris Thomas D. 46 Congress 
Newell L. 72 Harrison avenue 
Nichols & Miller, 129 Congress" 
Noyes Charles E. 92 Harrison ave. 
Noyes E. L. 152 Dover 
Nye David C. rear 43 Howard 
Q'Gorman Oscar R. 90 Federal 
Park Charles R. 18 Bedford 
Perry L. F. 3 -School 
Raw-son James, 54 Charles 
Redding W. S. & W. W. 7 Court 

avenue 
Richards Francis, 16 Chapman place 
Holland John H. l 7 Blossom 
Rolston John M. 164 Harrison ave. 
Rose II. C. 1 1 Bedford 
Roston J. W f . 73 Canton 
Russell E. K. 22 Hawley 



SAVORY THOS. C. 13 Tremont row 

(see adv. p. 62!) ) 
Sawyer T. J. 23 Battrryiuarch 
Smith Charles A. 36 Kingston 
Smith J. II. 258 Broad 
Snelling E. If. jr. 161] Hanover 
Somerby F. T. 6'j Cornhill 
Sprague Geo. W. 751 Federal 
Stafford C. F. 20 Kneeland 
Stafford J. 462 Tremont 
Stevenson J. 23 State 
Stone Thaddeus, 16 Derne 
Street John. 269 Tremont 
Thaxter B. F. 787 Washington 
Tobin M. Border, E. B. 
Turell & Clapp, 133 Brookline and 

32 Sudbury 
Walsh J. 700 Washington 
Weston & Gordon, 47 Kingston 
W T eston & Putnam, 31 Province 
Wetherbee Daniel, 16 Devonshire 
Wharton Robert. 723 Washington 
Whitcher S. 98 Broadwav 
WILLIAMS G. 33 Pro voice 
Wingate J. I. 602 Washington 
Yendell George, 22 Hawley 

Marine Painters. 
Drew C. 18 Court 
Norton W r . E. 292 Washington 

Portrait Painters. 
Ames Joseph, 79, 80, and 87 Studio 

building 
Badger T. II. 36 Winter 
Bannister E. M. 85 Studio building 
Bement L. W r . 32 Winter (photho- 

graph finisher) 
Bicknell A. H. 33 Studio building 
Billings E. T. 55 Studio building 
Boardman W. G. 288 Washington 
Brackett W. M. 41 Tremont 
Brirher A. T. 19 Tremont Temple 

(landscape) 
Brown J. A. 82 Studio building (land- 
scape) 
Burdick II. R. 292 Washington 
Carlton W. T. 9 Tremont (lands-ape) 
Carpenter E. M. Miss, 88 Studio 

building (landscape) 
Champney Benj. 17 Bromfield (land- 
scape) 
Champney E. G. 228 Washington 
Chandler Joseph G. 32 Summer 
Cole J. F. 56 Studio building (land- 
scape) 
Colby Madison, 21 Bromfield 
Copeland Alfred B. 33 School 
Crosman J. C. 53 Studio building 
Custer E. L. 22 Tremont row 
Demeritt G. A. 1 i<> Washington 
Edwards Thomas, 49 Tremont (lith.) 
Fette II. G. 15 Bovlston place 
Fletcher J. G. 34 Studio building 
Frizzell S. S. 32 Summer 
Furness W. II. 49 Studio building 



500 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Painters — continued. 
Furneaux C. 3 7o Washington 
Gaylord T. M. 30 Studio building 

Gerry S. L. 228 Wash, (landscape) 
Hanley Win. 4!) Tremont 
HartwellA. 228 Washington [scape) 
Hodgdon S. P. 28 Studio build. (land- 
How orth John, 2G Kneeland 
Hubbard Charles, ID Tremont row 
Hunt Wra. M. 32 Summer 
Johnson N. T. 40 Studio building 
Johnston T. M. J. 32 Summer 
Kiruberly I). 32 Summer 
Kuhn Earnest, 48 Studio building 
Lay F. L. 36 Winter 
Lombard C. B. Mrs. 26 West 
Man/.oni Paul, 4D Tremont 
Mather II. II. 228 Washington 
Nixon G. L. 228 Washington 
Norton Dora Miss, 46 Studio build'g 
Norton W. D. 30 Studio building 
Nutting Benj. F. 32 Summer 
Onthank N. B. 228 Washington 
Pratt II. C. 8 Bromfield 
Rowse S. W. 25 Studio building 
Russell Moses B. 32 Winter (land- 
scape, 6cc.) 
Ryerson L. L. 246 Washington 
Seavey G. W. 228 Washington 
Shapieigh F. II. 44 Studio building 
Snow W. Frank, 32 Summer 
Spear T. T. 49 Tremont 
Staigg R. M. 228 Washington 
Stetfield Chas. E. 54 Studio building 
Stetson S, C. Miss, 29 Studio building 
Tolnrm L. A. 803 Washington 
Waitz R. 45 Studio building 
Wenige G. 36 Winter 
Williams Fred. D. 47 Studio building 

(landscape) 
Williams V. 56 Studio building 
Young J. II. 32 Summer 

Shade Painter. 
Harden George H. over City Scales, 

Hay market square 

Ship Painters. 
Agnew A. J. I Commercial 
Bruce P. A. 205 Commercial, and 23 

State [Lewis 

Clark B. M. & Co. 71 Broad, and 2 
Ellis Samuel F., Weeks's whf., E. B. 
Gorham Bros. Ill Sumner 
Jenkins Henry, 250 Broad 
Loveland 1>. 95 Stunner, E. B. 
Smith J. II. 258 Broad 
Stinson B. II. & Co. 6 New, E. B. 

Sign and Standard Painters. 
Blackmer C. W. 96 Court (glass tab- 
let.) 
Rovey E. W. 3 School 
Brown c<c Strauss, 9 State. 
Butmau E. G. 122 Washington 
Buzzcll J. T. 743 Washington 



Cabot II. 46 North 
Childs F. E. 27 Do.-k square 
Cloutman J. S. 220i Washington 
Conley A. G. 532 Washington 
Dexter II. X. 36'it Washington 
Goodwin & Watson. 32 Devonshire 
Lydston W. 52 P, Washington 
MePherson Wm. J. 19 and 451 Tre- 
mont 
Moore II. F 2 Boylston 
SAVORY T. C. 13 Tremont row (sec 

adv. page 629) 
Smith E. L. 32 Washington 
SomerbyF. T. 65 Coruhill 
Somerby L. 40 School 
Watkins F. L. II. 1 Newbury place 
Wolcott Josiah, 106 Sudbury 

Paintings. (Oil.) 

Beebe William, 17 Bromfield, room 3 

Childs & Jenks, 127 Tremont 

Bent Henry, 49 Tremont 

He Vries, Ibarra & Co. 145 Tremont 

Drew C. 18 Court 

Houghton S. A. 593 Washington 

Howarth & Pierce, 26 Kneeland 

Williams & Everett, 234 Washington 

Paints, Oil, and Glass. 

Baker Thacher, 122 Commercial 
Banker & Carpenter, 107 State 
Bird J. A. & W. & Co. 209 and 211 

State * 

BRAGDON& HASSARD, 8 India 
Brings & Robinson(manufs.),207 State 
BURGESS CHARLES S.& CO. 22 

Broad 
Caverly Charles, jr., selling agent, 

Brandon Paints, 4 7 Congress 
Clark B. M. k Co. 71 Broad 
Crafts & Williams, 5 and 6 Commercial 

wharf [wharf 

Crocker, Wadsworth, & Co. 34 India 
Crowell Bros. & Co. 61 Union 
Cutler A. L. & Co. 158 State 
Dexter Bros, 5o Broad 
Field, Haven, 6c Co. 132 Milk 
Folsom, Oilman, & Pope, 15 and 1 7 

Central 
Folsom 6c Dearborn, 10 India 
Gay Calvin, agent, 39 Federal 
Haven Dexter, 503 Washington 
Henshaw C. C. 154 State 
HOWE & FRENCH, 71 Blackstone 

(see adv. page 609) 
HUNT JOHN W. 63 & 65 Broad 
King E. & F. 6c Co. 2 7 India 
Marshall II. N. F. 6c Co. 78 Broad 
.MERRILL BROS. 213 and 215 State 

(see adv. pure 769) 
MORRIS THOMAS D. 64 Congress 
Poor Charles V. ,\ Co. 30 India 
Richardson C. 6c Co. 'H Broad 
Stodder Charles, 75 Kilby (paints) 
Wheeler Asahel, 6 7 Water 



PAINT MTLL MANUFACTURERS — PAPER STOCK. 



501 



Paint Mill Manufacturers. , 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly (see 

adv. page li-48) 

Paint Mills. 
Banker & Carpenter, 107 State 
BRAGDON & HASSARD, 8 India j 
Cutler A. L. .S: Co. 158 State 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and I 

11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly (see 

adv. page 04 8) 

Palm-leaf and Hats. 
Ellis C. F. 95 Broad 
KITTREDGE F. O. 77 Union 
Perriu D. C. & Co. 32 Pearl 

Palm Leaf Webs. 

Clark A. & Sons, 106 Sudbury (manu- 
facturers) 

Paper Boxes. 

BAIRD JACOB, 33 and 35 Devon- 
shire (see adv. page 76 7) 

BAY STATE BOX FACTORY, j 
105 Hanover (see adv. page 623) 

Pickerman George II. 32 to 36 Green, 
near Bowdoin square 

ENGELHARDT& FLICK, 4 How- j 
" ard (see adv. page 628) 

Grant Franklin, 4b Congress 

GROSE JOSEPH 11. agent, 109! 
Court, (see adv. page 627) 

HARRINGTON GEO. B. 105 Han-! 
over (see adv. page 623) 

Hatch II. B. 188 Washington 

Moulton & Co. 50 Sudbury 

Novelty Paper Box Co. 170 Wash. 

TRICKEY & HILTON, 55 Hanover j 
(see adv. page 634) 

WATTS, HOWARD, & WIL- 
LIAMS, 22 Bromlield (see adv. I 
page 630) 

Paper Collar Manufacturers. j 

STAR COLLAR CO. 28 Arch, G. j 

B. Lamb, treasurer 
Boston Paper Collar Manuf. Co. 71 ! 

Sudbury, C. I). Cole, treasurer 
Fay S. C. 28 S. Market 
Gray Solomon S., supt. American I 

Mulled Collar Co., Fifth, near F. 
GLAZIER, MAREAN, & CO. 77 j 

Summer (dealers, see adv. p. 646) 
Gray & Woods, 50 Sudbury 
Weil Chas. & Co. 48 Summer 

Paper Cutters. 
HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry 
Tremont Sate Machine Co. 32 School, 
A. Hardy, agent 

Paper Hangers. 
BAKER C. II. & CO. 383 Washing- 
ton (see adv. page 7 74) 
Bolton Joseph, 20 Pitts 



Bolton L. C. 20 Pitts 

Clark A. J. 6:)] LJnioD 

Eaton Symonds J. 14 Chapman place 

Emery Win. N. & Co. 2', Bromlield 

Farrar & Chapman, 57} Tremont row 

Flint John C. 31 Haw lev 

Ford Oliver B. 11 Bedford 

Greene J. H. 187 Fourth 

ILunblin Nathaniel, Havre, c. Deca- 
tur 

Richardson & Ferris, r. 204 Wash. 

Welch J. W. 27 Province 

"White Edward W. 14 Tremont Tem- 
ple 

Paper Hangings. 
* Dtnutes the Manufacturers. 

*Ammidon P. R. 64 Federal 

* BAKER C. II. & Co. 383 Washing- 

ton (see adv. pane 774) 
♦Bigelow J. R., Hayden, & Co. 41 

Federal 
Bancroft J. H. 121 Hanover 

* Breed H. A. 16 Eliot 

Brings & Co. 22 & 24 Merchants row 

* Bumstead J. F. & Co. 293 Wash. 
CLARK, ADAMS, & CLARK, 156 

Congress 
Gregory & Robinson, 225 Wash. 

* Hazelton John 11. & Co. W. Lenox 
Hoffses S. <U Meridian, E. B. 
Homer, Caldwell, & Co. 52 Union 

* Norcross O. & Co. 24 South Market 
Nye & Sewall, 49 & 51 Court 
ROGERS & CO., 105, 107, and 107 

Federal (see adv. p. 643) 

* Walker 6c Co. 100 Union 

* Ward & Waldron. 53 Union 

* Wiggin Charles E. 151 Havover 

CO 

Paper-Maker's Supplies. 

Caverly Chas., jr. 4 7 Congress, (Bran- 
don Kaolin) 
Daniell Otis, 15 Congress 
Frost & Taylor, 24 Water 
Grant, Brvant, & Co. 18 Water 
KENNEDY T. W. 50 Congress 
Mahoney P. 3 Exchange 
()>born*A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 
RICE, KENDALL, & CO. 42 Water 

(see adv. page 615) 
Yates Charles II. 55 Water and :>3 
Congress 

Paper Rulers. 

Collins S. V. 43 h Congress 

Day E. L. 3o Water 

Demain \' Son, 7 and 9 Spring lane 

Earl ex Hand, 22 Comhill 

Haines R. P. 21 Comhill 

Meston J. J. 116 Washington 

West Charles F. 114 Suae 

Paper Stock. 
Bishop Rob't & Co. 291 and 295 Broad 
Charter J. & Co. 101 Fulton 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIUFXTORY. 



Paper Slock — continued. 
Clark John & Co. 39 7 Broad 
Emerson A. & Co. 324 Broad 
Grant, Warren. & Co. 89 and 03 Milk 
Harrington <Sc Uphara, 231 Broad 
Hill & Cutler, 353 Broad 
Lawton George <Sc Co. 215 Federal 
Lodge John, 136 Fulton 
Moore C. II. 84 and 86 Fulton 
Pearl Stephen II. & Co. 143 Broad 
Remick T. 316 Broad 
RICE. KENDALL, & CO. 38, 42, and 

44 Water (see adv. page 615) 
Stearns Amos F. 52 Brattle 
Thompson J. P. 29 Water 
Timson & Titeorub, 405 and 407 Broad 

Paper Warehouses. 

Allen J. B. 12 Central 
Allen J. Milner & Co. 18 Water 
Bacon J. A. 118 Washington 
Binnev & Co. 64 Kilby 
Bird F. W. & Co. 55 Water 
Botsford Bros. 3 Hawley 
Brooks D. B. & Bro. bb Washington 
Carter Wm. & Bro. 36 Water 
Charter John, 32 Friend 
Clark H. M. & Co. 89 Milk 
-.Crane Luther, 51 Devonshire 
Crehore Lemuel, 15 Congress (manuf.) , 
Dillingham Freeman, 43^- Congress I 

(paper bag manuf.) 
Dillingham N. S. 43^ Congress 
Dillingham & Co. 36 Merchants row 
Frost & Taylor. 24 Water 
Hasfar & Co. 32 Water 
Haines R. P. 21 Cornhill 
Hall F. F. 29 Water 
Hall II. K. W. & Co. 21 Water 
Hilton & Tyler, 73 Commercial [ter 
JONES PETER C. & SON, 26 Wa- 
Marshall, Son, & Haynes, 47 Cornhill, 

(glazed and fancy) 
NEW ENGLAND FELT ROOF- 

INGr CO. 5 Liberty sq. (sheathing, 

sec adv. p. 7 71) 
Pinkham Henry V. 50 and 52 Friend 
Poor J. A. & Co. 3 Chatham row 
RICE, K END ALL, & CO. 38, 42, and 

44 Water (see adv. page 615) 
REYNOLDS E. E. 15 Merchants row i 
Roberts H. B. 1 and 3 Doane 
Roberts John N. & Co. 20 S. Market | 
Russell Wm. & Son, 11 Doane 
Sampson Edwin II. 19 Exchange 
Spauldinu' Bros. 74 Milk 
STORRS A. $ CO. 51 Cornhill (fan- 1 

cv, see adv. page 619) 
Thayer B. II. & Co. 5 7 Water 
Tileston & Hollingsworth, 26 Water j 
Warren I. B. & Co. 11 Spring lane 
Warren S. D. 91 Milk 
WHEELWRIGHT G. W. & SON, 

48 Water 
"Wilder & Co. 60 Water, c. Congress 



Papicr-Mache Manuf. 
Webster William \\ r . 73 Commercial 

Paraffino Wax and Candles. 
BAILEY & EATON, 28 and 30 Ca- 
nal (see adv. page 625) 

Parlor Grato and Framo 
Makers. 
BENT, GRIFFITH, & CO. 11 Mar- 
shall (see adv. page 606) 
Passepartouts. 
Guilhiermoz L. 202 Washington 
Kihlgreu C. A. 123 Washington 
Muller Frederick, 364 Washington 

Passport Agents. 
Amory Jonathan, 28 State, room 28 
Sharp Daniel S. 27 State 
Thayer Charles F. 27 State 

Passenger Agents. 
Lawrence & Ryan, 10 Broad 

Paste and Sizing. 
UNION PASTE & SIZING CO. 
J. S. Chase, agent, 102 Central 
(see adv. page 634) 

Patents. (Dealers in.) 
Bigelow, Partridge, & Co. 31 Wash. 
Burrill Chas. 10 Hamilton pi. (furnace) 
Clark Geo. jr. 73 Cornhill (inventor) 
Coolidge George, 3 Milk 
Edwards 8c Sears, 50 School 
Gilpatrick Caleb L., Studio building 
GOODNOW N. B. 5 Washington 

(see adv. page 626) 
GOODNOW & YOUNG, 10 Court 
Gregerson Wm. II. 33 School 
Harris J. D. & Co. 106 Court 
Hoitt Thomas L., Studio building 
JOHNSON G. BRAYTON, inven- 
tors' exchange, SS Winter (see adv. 
page 795) 
Sherburne William, 33 School 
Stearns Albert T. 11 Mechanics Ex- 
change 
TILDEN HOWARD, 63 Cornhill 
(see adv. page 604) 

Patents. (Solicitors: of.) 
ADAMS JOSEPH II. 33 School. 

room 24 (see adv. page 60S) 
Batchelder John M. 31 Kilby 
Clarke T. W. 41 Studio building 
Cooper Sam'l, 13 Exchange 
Crane John E. 46 Court 
Crosby & Gould, 34 School 
Curtis Frederick, bo Washington 
Eddy R. H. 76 State 
EDSON WILLIAM, 10 Studio buil I- 

ing (see adv. page 642) 
Edwards <S: Sears, agents, 22 Seh< I 
Gavett Joseph, 4 Court 
Gould Francis, 34 School 
Maine S. C. & Co. 22 School 



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PATENTS — PERIODICAL DEALERS. 



503 






Searle Geo. W. 22 School 
81ILDDJ. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 

(>.:o adv. page 643) 
Teachaiuaeher& Stearns, 13 Exchange 
Titcouib D. A. 31 Washington 
TODD PAUL P. & CO. 17 State 

(sue adv. page 614) 
WEN'TWORTH A. B. 5 Studio bd'g. 
Whitteniore & Payne, 33 School 

Patent Enamelled Leather. 
Bacon John & Co. 140 Pearl 
Foley B. & A. 73 Water and 11 Bath 
Merritt F. S. 95 and 97 Milk and 1 

Pearl 
Newhall F. S. & Sons, 19 Elm 
Pollard S. O. & Co. 63 Kilby 
Webster & Co. 86 Milk 

if 
Pattern and Model Makers. 

ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 
Marion, E. B. and 2 Commercial 
(see adv. last white page) 
Blake George, 73 Haverhill 
Coffin & Twitchell, 17 Harvard place 
CONVERSE & CRANE, 130 Wash. 
DUCHEMiN & GRAY, 37 Haverhill 

(see adv. page 646) 
Goodrich & Rider, 101 Merrimac 
Henderson G. 40 Pearl (boot and shoe) 
Merrick Theo. B. 5'J Sudbury 
Mingay Edward, 76 Portland 
Newhall J. Q. Qo Haverhill 
Pratt S. F. & Co. 16 Devonshire (or- 
namental) 
Saiibrd Mark, 36 Washington 
SILVESTER N. 36 Pearl (boot and 

shoe, see adv. page 626) 
Smith R. H. 18 Hawley 
Spaulding & Coffin, 383 Federal 
S.POFFORD & HOWARD, 16 Dev- 
onshire (see adv. page 644) 
STACKPOLE J. B. 45 Sudbury (see 

adv. panes 7 71 and 7 72) 
UNION SHOE PATTERN CO. 96 

Mslk (see adv. page 794) 
Welch, Harrison, & Co., Second, c. E. 
Whitten Matthew, Border, n. Central 

square 
WOODMAN & CO. 96 Milk (boot 
and shoe patterns, see adv. p. 794) 

Pavers. 

Gore Bros. & Co. 31 State 

TURNER, KIDNEY, & CO. 16 Trav- 
eller building, 31 State (see adv. p. 
7«8) 

Pawn Brokers. 
Alexander J. 16 Salem 
Anderson W L. & A. 70 Friend 
ll wry W. T. 4 Brattle square 
P"'>M!i.in Henry, 8 Salem 
IVuiriK'o Gilbert D. 6 Salem 
Campbell R. S. 1'7 Brattle square 
Ca*hiy P. F., First, near Federal 



Carbray James, 209 Congress 
Uonant C. A. 6S1 Washington 
Cummings .J. R. 58 Portland 
Ehrlieh N. 18$ Salem 
Ehrlich S. 500 Washington 
Emery Chas. 11. 15 Endicott 
Felch & Page, Salem, cor. Endicott 
Fiske P. 62 Portland 
Freedman J. 118 Merrimac 
Frisselle I. M. 13 Brattle square 
Goodwin G. K. 10 Brattle square 
Heinemann B. 20 Brattle square 
Herriott R. R. 23 Endicott 
Knopf Lewin, 49 Merrimac 
Krueger & Page, 19 Salem 
Langley Win. 309 Hanover 
Levi & Sugarman, 25 Salem 
Lissner B. 24 Merrimac 
Lissner Ephraim, 36 Merrimac 
Lissner II. IS Salem 
Lovinski A. 12 Brattle square 
Meserve C. Y. & Co. 85 Sudbury 
Myers A. 30 Merrimac 
Myers I. 138 Cambridge 
Perkins A. 1\ 32 Merrimac 
Phillips G. 40 Merrimac 
Rich Seth, 5 Salem 
Richards J. L. 7 Brattle square 
Rogers Charles M. 23^- Salem 
Savage T. L. 3 Endicott 
Smith W. A. 16 Brattle square 
Whitley H. C, 7 Howard 

Pension Agent. 
Trumbull George C. 15 Kilby 

Peat. 

Betteley Albert, agent for American 

Peat Co. 42} Kilby 
Wheeler W. D. 46 Cong, (machines) 

Pedal Pianos. 
BRACKETT J. W. lb Avery (see 
adv. page 733) 

Perfumery. 
Atwood Chas. H. 139 Summer 
Bogle William, 202 Washington 
Burnett Joseph ^: Co. 27 Central 
Burnett W. 299 Tremont 
Burr M. S. & Co. 26 Tremont 
Farley R. jr. & Co. 40 Devonshire 
Jaques Georsje M. & Co. 81 Wash. 
Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
Keeler & Merriam, 186 Washington, 

and Summer, cor. Chauncy 
KELLEY & EDMANDS. 156 Wash- 
ington (see adv. page 7 72) 
Pynchon Janice L. 3 7 Eliot 
Snuttleworth & Putnam, 5 Chatham 
row 

Periodical Dealers. 
Barnes T., E. B. terry slip 
Bean II. L. 73 Green 
Blanford VV. foot Hanover 
Burns A. 11. 73 Chambers 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Periodicals, etc. — continued. 
Coe John B. 270 Hanover 
Colesworthy Charles J. 57 Court 
Colman W. T. 50} Portland 

Crabtree Edward. 840 Washington 
Cross John, Old Colony depot 
Devlin Thomas, Providence depot 
Downy James II. 14 Broadway 
Dyer John J. ^ Co. ."5.3 School 
Frost Morrill, Worcester depot 
Gage Hale, 49 Sudbury 
Galligher P. F. 134 Merrimac 
German David, 2 7 6 Hanover 
Grillin Abigail, 332 Hanover 
Hanseom S. S. 74 Cambridge 
Harlow <Sc D'Este, 174 Harrison ave. 
Howard D. jr. Merchants Exchange 
Hunter J, J. 64 Merrimac 
Keating William, 835 Washington 
Kelton Mary II. 59 Lincoln 
Kimball Geo. F. 302 Hanover 
Lindsey G. W. 897 Washington 
Loring A. K. 319 Washington 
Marchant Henrv, 8 W. Sumner, 

E.B. 
Me Adams W. 8 State 
Millard Clarissa C. 146 Broadway 
Morrisson William Mrs. 1191 Wash. 
Udell Geo. W. 224 Commercial 
Parker M. W., Broadway, n. I 
Penniman J. Edward, Kneeland, cor. 

Albany *■ 

Phipps Joseph, 195 Cambridge 
Rich E. R. & Son, Dorchester, near 

Broadway 
Saflbrd Sarah A. 9 Maverick square 
Sage William, 8<>6 Washington 
Sherman J. W. 115 Cambridge 
Smith Peter A. 1025 Washington 
Tarlton Carrie, 100 Meridian 
Thatcher Charles, 13 Court 
Thomas R. L. 41 Charter 
Tobin Thomas. 221 Broadway 
Tuttle J. B., Broadway, n. I 
Waitt G. II. 22 7 Tremont 
Walden X. 12 Kneeland 
Wardell K. \V. 115 Leverett 
Watson William, 24 Causeway 
Weston John H. Ill Meridian 
Wheeler Geo. G., B. &M. Li. K. depot 
\\ bite G. 182 Merrimac 
Wit it well (.has. E: 1021 Washington 
Williams A. & Co. L00 Washington 
Wilmarth M iry 1). 120 Leverett 
Woodbury Addie M. 102 Salem 

Philosophical Instrument 
Manufacturer. 
Lowe N. M. 103 Court 

Phrenologist. 
Butler David P. 19 Temple place 

Phonographic Reporters. 
Holbrook A. P. 33 School 
Pember Jay Bead, 2 Niles block 



j Slade James II. 33 School 
Yerrinton Jas. M. W. Til Wadi. 

Photograph Album Manufs. 
Roberts Brothers, 1 13 Washington 

Photograph Apparatus and 

Materials. 

DODGE, COLLIKR, ,\ PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see adv. page 605) 
FRENCH BENJ. & CO. 159 Wash. 
Satibrd M. 36 Washington' 
Sawyer John & Co. 123 Washington 

Photograph Dealors. 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. ^ W. O. 

300 Wash, (see adv. pasre 623) 
SOULE JOHN P. 109 Wash, (publ.) 
Spurr E. W£jr. & Co. 221 Wash. 

Photographists. 
Allen E. L. 6 Temple place 
Babb J. 199 Hanover 
Barbour Thomas, 88 Hanover 
Black & Case, 1G3 and 173 Wash. 
Bradley Wm. L. 1-4 Hanover 
Burnham T. R. 247 and 351 Wash. 
Chute R. J. 13 Tremont row 
Clarke George W. 140 Court 
CLIFFORD D. A. 22 Winter 
Comsett M. W. 32 Winter 
Cottle Charles, 364 Washington 
Daley John C. 1091} Washington 
Davis & Co., Winter, cor. Wash. 
Dodge James II. 114 Hanover 
Dole Albert A. 168 Hanover 
Drew George H. 18 Court 
Fisher Bros. 193 Washington 
Getchell W. II. 3 75 Washington 
Gilbert F. A. 211 Broadway 
Hardy A. N. 202 Washington 
Hatstat A. J. 678 Washington 
Ilawes J. J. 19 Tremont row 
Hawks W. R. 52 Meridian, E. B. 
HAZELTON B. C. 140 Washington 
Heard John A. 20 Temple place 
Horton Henrv W. 5 Summer 
KING SAMUEL A. 11 Winter (see 

adv. page 634) 
Lasselle G. P. 4 Summer 
Lincoln A. II. 55G Washington 
Loomis G. H. 7 Tremont row 
Marshall A. 145 Tremont 
Masury S. 289 Washington 
McCosker Thomas, 110 Hanover 
^Miller <S: Brown, 63 Court 
Pratt Chas. II., Washington, n. Lenox 
Proctor & Dodge, 2 Lewis. E. B. 
Richardson J. 0. 120 Hanover 
Richardson L. A. 144 Washington 
Richardson <.\ Whitney, 22 Winter 
Kit/. Ernest A. F. 117 Hanover 
Rowell Frank, 25 Winter 
Samuels Emanuel, 43 Winter 
SEAVER CHANDLER, 27 Tremo 

row (see adv. page 644) 



PHOTOGRAPHISTS — PHYSICIANS. 



505 



Shepherd L. H. D. 00 Broadway 
Saurtleff Henry, 659 Washington 
Smith E. F. 109 Washington 
S-mrel A. 40 School 
s.mtli worth A. S. 23 Hanover 
Snv.i'nm Barton, 21 Temple place 
S.vitt Charles. Broadway, cor. It. II. 
Treat James E. 142 Washington 
Turner J. W. 47 Hanover 
Turner & Co. 24 Hanover 
Ward well W. IT. 1023 Washington 
Warren W. S. 145 Hanover 
Wlrpple J. A. 21)7 Washington 
White George C. 517 Washington 



Codraan Btmj. S. 13 Tremont 

Codman W. W. 33 Boylston 

Coit Daniel T. 91 Harrison avenue 

Coleman Cornelius F. lii.; |', r ulwav 
CooliiL'c Algernon, • ;."> Murllxiro' 
Crane P. M. 1 Meridian. E. B. 

1 Creagh John ()'I>. in \l n \\u 

I Cummings J. A 1 Asvluni 

I Curtis Hall, 2 Spruce' 

; Cushing Joseph W. 1043 \Va.«h. 
Cushing Stephen, 7-J2 Washin"ton 

i Dale William J. at State House. 

j Damon Howard F. 2 Deeatur 

j Davenport E. J. 320 Tremont 



Wing Simon, 210, 25 7, and 290 Wash. I Day Albert, 887 Washing* 



Dean John, 11 Louisburg square 
De' Grasse John V. 42 Grove 
Derby Ilasket, Beacon 
Derby George, 102 Charles 
Dix John 11.. Boylston, cor. Trenion 
Dupee Horace, 84 Dover 
Medical Society, residing in the j T) l]r , r ; n Samuel II. 50 Chambers 
City. The list prepared by Chas. j Durkee Silas. 50 Howard 
A\. Swan, Secretary of the Society, i Dutton Samuel IF 103 Harrison av. 
They are likewise members of the Eastham Charles, 25 Tremont 
Massachusetts Medical So- j Eastman Edmund T. 75 Shawmul av. 



Winslow A. 93 Hanover 
Wooffindale C S. 59 Court 
Wyman Henry, 20 Washington 

Physicians. 

Members of the Suffolk District 



CIETY. 

Abbot Samuel L. 59 Mount Vernon 
Adams Edwin, 23 Oxford 
Ad im> J. F. Alleyne, Boston City Hos. 
Aiken Elisha W. 717 Tremont 
Ains worth F. S. 10 Bulfinch 
Allen Geo O. 39 Eliot 
Aver James, 6 Hancock 
Bachelder S. F. 1179 Federal 
Bacon John, 19 Somerset 
Ball Stephen, 19 Beacon 
B irtlett Jos. E. 24 Milford 
Bethune George A. 100 Tremont 
Bigelow George F. 33 Essex 
Bigelow Henry Jacob, 52 Beacon 
Bigelow Jacob, 59 Mount Vernon 
Blake John G. 95 Harrison avenue 
Borland John N. 09 Mount Vernon 
Both Carl. 10 Boylston place 
Bowditch Henry I. 113 Boylston 
Brewer Thos. M. <S Edinboro' 
Brewster James B.. Boston City Hos. 
Brown Buckminster. 59 Bowdoin 
Brown Francis II. 97 Walt ham 
Browne C. II. 11 Hancock 
Browne W. A. 575 Tremont 
Bryant Henry. 13 Railroad Exchange 
Buckingham "C. E. 911 Washington 
Bundy Frank E. 49 Harrison avenue 
Bushnell Wjlliam, 23 Knceland 
Cal>ot Samuel, jr. 11 Park square 
Campbell Benj. F. 7 Meridian 
Carney S. H. 905 Washington 



Cheever David W. 1049 Washington 
CI irk Flenrv G. 18 Beacon 
CLAUK LUTHER, 43 Pinckney 
Clarke Edward II. IS Arlington 
Cleveland Chns. D. 50 Union Bark 
dough John, Tremont Temple 
33 



Ellis Calvin, 114 Boylston 
' Fabyan George, 191 Salem 
! Fales Joseph J. 22 Maverick square 
j Fenn Artemas I. 3 Avon place 
Ferguson Hn«h, 61 Broadway 
Fisher Theo.'W.. Bos. Lun.-IIos., S. 15. 
Flint John, 1 Union Bark 
Fogg John S. II. 325 Broadway 
Folts Daniel V. 3 7 Maverick >qu;tr<- 
Franks L. E. 30 Hudson 
Fuller Milton, 35 Essex 
Garratt A. C. 9 Hamilton place 
(lav George II. 4 Park Square 
Gould J. F. 206 Broadway 
Gray Francis II. 61 liowdoin 
Green Samuel A. 25 Kmelaml 
i Greene M. C. 69 Green 
| Greene Nathaniel, 2 Tn mout I 
i Gresrg Samuel. :*•"> Howard 
j Hall Adino B. S9 Salem f ••»*■•■ 

| Harlow Edwin A. W. 20 II in 

Harlow James F. 7i Cambrid: 
! Hart John. 104 Tyler 
! Ilartnett Maurice K. 131 Su 
I Uarwood Daniel. 11 Sumun r 
1 Hay Gustavus, 05 Charles 
' Haves A. A. 59 Chester * 
: Havward Geor<je, 13 T. 
HaVward J. MeL. 01S Trem-n 
.Heard J. TheO. A 1--- : - * 
i Ileaton George, 2 Ex-ter p 
| Hill John II. 2 Van K i -■ 

Hitchcock ThOlIKW \\. 1' 

Hobbs Aha'.. 974 \\ i*1.h .- n 
Hodges Uiehard M "•" ' 
HotVendahl II. E. H -" *•" m-I 
Holmes Oliver W. 101 ( barb - 
I Ionian* Charles! l>. I Temple place 
Homana John, 1 1 Arlington 



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Physicians — continued. i 

Homans John, jr. 31 Boylston 
Hooper Robert W. 114 Beacon 
Howe S unuel G. 19 Bovlston place 
Hubbard George, 3i Portland 
Humplirev 0. M. 496 Trcmonf 
Hyde Geo. S. 11 Rutland 
Hyndman James. GO Summer 
Inches Charles E. 23 Chestnut 
Ingalls P. P. 187 Broadway, eor. D 
Ingalls R. M. 13 Central square, E. B. 
Ingalls Wm. 2 Dover 
JACKSON CIIAS. T. 32 Somerset 
Jackson James, 1 t Marlborough 
Jackson J. B. S. 24 Chauncy 
Jarvis John F. 22 Lcverett 
Jeffries IV. Joy, 15 Chestnut 
Jeffries John, 15 Chestnut 
Jenks Thos. L. 10 Allen 
Johnson W. (). 4 Beacon 
Jones George II. 17 Cambridge 
Jones George Stevens, 17 Cambridge 
Jones Jos. S. 1 Bowdoin, cor. Cam- 
bridge 
Keep X. C. 74 Boylston 
Lainson J. A. 1 Stamford 
Langmaid S. W. 1 Park square 
Leonard M. Bloomfield. 7 Meridian 
Lewis Winslow, oG Boylston 
"Lincoln D. F. 39 Edinboroush 
•Logan Samuel M. 33 Meridian, E. B. | 
Lombard Josiah S. 7 St. James 
Lyman George II. 171 Tremont 
Mackie Win. B. 6 75 Tremont 
Mann Jonathan. 302 Broadway 
Martin A. I). W. 200 Harrison ave. 
McDonald A. E..91 Salem 
McDonald James, 83 Lcverett 
McDougall S.am'1 J. 18 Boylston 
McLaughlin James A. 3.V' Kneeland 
McSheehv J. J. 281 North and 47 

Fleet ' 
Mighiil Stephen, 356 Hanover 
Minot. Francis, 7 Charles 
Moil' it George T. 4 Hamilton place 
Moore Edward B. 253 Hanover 
Moore I. L. G50 Washington 
Morland Wra. W. 90 Charles 
Morrill Samuel, 3 Kingston 
Monroe W. F. 109 Mr. Vernon 
Newell R. W. 6 Stanifbrd 
Nichols George II. 52 Chester Park 
Nihill J. L. -Jo;; Broadway 
O'Connell P. A. 21 Harrison avenue 
Ogden Wm. X. 278 Shawmut avenue 
Oliver Fitch E. 100 Charles 
Oliver II. K. 10'Joy 
Ordway John P. 42 Bedford 
Osgood William, 875 Washington 
Page Calvin G. G9 Mvrtle 
Page Wm. II. 48 Beach 
Palmer E. D. G. 8 Montgomery place ! 
Palmer Ezra, 1 Tremont place 
Parcher Sewall F. 2 Lewis. E. Boston | 
Parker David M. 11 Summer 



Parks Luther, jr. 6 Chestnut 
Patch Franklin F. 51 Chambers 
Perkins E. A. 9 Shawmut avenue 
Porter Chas. B. 104 Boylston 
Prescott Benj. T. 51 G Tremont 
Provan Robert, 250 Broadw*# 
Putnam Charles G. 24 Marlborough 
Read Wm. 873 Washington 
Renton George, 14 Bedford 
Reynolds Edward, 2 Ashburton place 
Reynolds John P. 206 Tremont 
Richardson Aaron P. 7 7 Green 
Rolfe Enoch C. G16 Washington 
Ropes Francis C. 104 Mt. Vernon 
Roy J. 3 Causeway 
Russell George, 14 Lyndc 
Russell Le Barron, lr>4 Tremont 
Ryan John, 363 Hanover 
Salter Richard II. 1 Staniford 
Sargent Howard, Chester square, c. 

Shawmut avenue 
Savilie II. M. 41 Union Park 
Sharp John C. 40 Commonwealth ave. 
Shattuek Geo. C. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Shaw Benj. S.,Mass. Gen. Hospital 
Shaw Henry L. 41 Essex 
Sheldon L. R. 1058 Washington 
Shurtleff Nathaniel B. 2 Beacon 
Sinclair Alex. D. 3 Park square 
Skinner Edw. M. 27 Tremont 
Skinner John, 229 Tremont 
Smythe James, 34 Purchase 
Sprague Seth L. 29 Worcester 
Spring C. II. 12 Harrison avenue 
Stacy Horace, 103 Court 
Stevens Calvin, 32 Newton 
Stevens John A. 41 Howard 
Storer I). II. 132 Tremont 
Storer II. R., Hotel Pelham 
Street Charles C 278 Hanover 
Swan Charles W. 909 Washington 
Talbot I. T. 31 Mt. Vernon 
Thaxter D. McB. jr. 370 Broadway 
Thayer David, 5S Beach 
Thomson George N. 1 Eliot 
Thomdike Wm. II. 31 Chelsea. E. B. 
Tobie Ira W. 194 Hanover 
Tower George, 1 Bennet 
Townsend Solomon 1). 18 Somerset 
Treadwell Joshua B. 291 Tremont 
Tucker Elisha G. 170 Tremont 
Tucker Joshua, 4 Hamilton place 
Underwood G. L., Rainsford Island 
Upham J. Baxter. 31 Chestnut 
Wadsworth Oliver F. 53 Bowdoin 
Walker Clement A., Lun. Hos., S. I). 
Walker J. E. 1060 Washington 
Walsh Peter 1). 75 Beach 
Ward Henry A. 228 Tremont 
Ware Charles E. 39 West 
Warren J. Mason, 2 Pavk 
Warren Joseph 11.903 Washington 
Watson Ab. A. 25 Harrison avenue 
Webster Joseph R. 7G2 Tremont 
Weld M. W. 23 Worcester 



PHYSICIANS. 



507 



Whipple Jeremiah, 17 Charles 
Whiston Edward A., Deer Island 
Weymouth A. B. 4 7 Green 
Weymouth A. L. 47 Green 
White James C. 10 Park square 
White Robert, 165 Broad 
Whitney W. J. 12 Harrison avenue 
Wijrglesworth Edward, 81 Beacon 
Willard Francis A. 192 Shawmut ave. 
Willard J. N. 8 Oak 
Willard Robert, 93 Charles 
Williams Henry W. 15 Arlington 
Williams Jacob L. 158 Tremont 
Williams James L. 140 Commercial 
Windship Geo. B. 351 Washington 
Youmunan David, G30 Washington 

Other Physicians. 

Abbott & Ames, 214 Han'r (eclectic) 
Angell H. C. 1G Beacon (oculist) 
Appell Jacob F. 11 South Bcnnet 
Astle Abel, 96 Court (botanic) 
Astle George, 76 Tremont (botanic) 
Babcock G. W. 36 Winter (eclectic 

and magnetic) 
Bailey William, 23 Pine (eclectic) 
Barrows II. G. 7 West Orange 
Bass Win. M. 43 East Springfield 
Basto Win. F. 1110 Washington 
Berg A. 58 Essex . 
Beers Charles C. 6 70 Washington 
Bell Edwin C. 8G Court 
Birmingham Sara'l T. G3 Cambridge 
Bowker Horace L. 7 Oxford (eclectic) 
Bellows Albert J. 90 Springlicld (ho- 
moeopathic) 
Blood C. L. 129 Harrison avenue 
Boothbv Alonzo, 12 Cambridge 
Borgardt A. W. C. 8 La Grange 
BROADBENT C. R. 99 Court 
Brown W. Wells. 140 Court 
Bruce Silas, 19 Tremont row 
Burnham C. A. 1 Salem 
Butler 1). P. 19 Temple 
Butmari George, 297 Tremont 
Callaghan M. J. 31 North Bcnnet 
Calkins C. W. 145 Pleasant 
Cirroll Albert. Dorchester, c. Jenkins 
Clark P. 15 Marshall 
Collins W. II. 19 Pine 
Cornell Wm. M. 7 Havward place 
CRAXDOX B. II. 4 Tremont Temple 
Crooker L. J. 99 Court, room 4 
Crosby J. W. 1189 Washington (na- 
turopathy) 
Cross H. B. 235 Broadway 
Cross Wm. P. 235 Broadway (horn.) 
Cullis C. 21 Bowdoin (homoeopathic) 
Cutter E. 13 Pemberton square 
Darling C. 175 North (alio.) 
Davis II. L. 271 Tremont (analytical) 
Dawes Wm. ( i. r. 1!' Charter (homcc.) 
Dillenbaek If. P. 3 Bulfmch 
Dillingham Nathan II. 7G9 Washing- 
ton (eclectic) 



| Dow John. 3 Ashland 

! Dows I,. 63 Eastern avenue 

I Drake Olin, 11 Bowdoin (homceo.) 

I Draper J. II., K, near Broadway 

i Edwards Charles L. 28 Eliot 
! Emerson G. B. 1 Winter place (mag- 
netic) 

Estabrook Chas. EI. 353 Shawmut av. 

Evans George F. 228 Harrison ave. 

Fitch S. S. 25 Tremont 

Fitch Vine II. 28 Carver 

Flanders A. II. 50 School (Rush's 
Medicines) 

Flatley Thomas. 56 Kneeland 

Frank's F. S. 28 1 Washington 

Gambell \V. P. 2 Rutland 

Gay Francis, 54} Cross 

Geist Chistian F. 4!) Essex (homceo.) 

Gilbert Daniel 1). 112 Concord 

Girardin Louis, 15 Warren 

Grant Chas. W. C. 160 Hanover (bot.) 

Greene Reuben, 10 Temple place 

Greenwood James W. 13 Tremont 
Temple. 

Guilmette C. A., Kingston, under U. 

S. Hotel 
Guthrie S. 91 Court 
Hail Thomas, 2 Kingston 
Harris J. 1 2 Chauncy 
Harrington J. II. 23 Winter . 
Has!; ins J. Proctor, 10 Woodward, 

W. V. 
Hayes A. H. 4 Bulfinch 
Henderson Thomas, 1197 Washington 
Herriek L. J. 1G Boylston square 
Hewett S. C. 39 Harrison avenue 

( bone <ct;er) 
Hill C. A. 48i Howard (botanic) 
Holden L. P."l5 School 
Ilnlian A. T. 8-i Essex 
Holton John K., Garden, cor. Myrtle 
Howard E. M. 71 Harrison ave. (nat. ) 
Humphrey H. 130 Broadway (bot.) 
Hunter George, .*> Walnut place 
Huntoon H. P. 161 Cambridge 
liejcr-.il Horace, 9 West Orange 
Jackson .1. loij Court (eclectic)" 
Johnson U- F. *2 Tremont 
Jones S. W. 29 West Chester Park 
KKLLEY .1 WESLEY, 200 Tre- 
mont < malytical, ?oe adv. p. 773) 
Knitrht K lw ml. 259 Tremont 
Knox 1 ■ - P. ! I Hancock 

Krebs P. N I •'■ Chauncy (homceo.) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Physicians — continued. 

Morrill Fred. 48 Howard 
Munroe W. II. 63 Beach 
Newton A. W. K 2 Harrison avenue 
Newton II. G. 110 Salem (eclectic.) 
Nutter W. II. 56 Tyler 
Packard L. I). 78 Dorehester (horn.) 
PATTEE A. F. 1G3 Shawmut ave. 
(member of the Mass. Med. Society, 
see adv. page 79 7) 
Payne James II. 970 Wash, (homoeo.) 
Peabody N. C. 56 Beach 
Pease Giles, 9 Davis (homceo.) 
Pease (riles M. 9 Davis (homoeo.) 
Pelham J. H. 740 Washington 
Pevkins T. S. 15 Pine 
Pick Salo, 13 La Grange 
Pierce A. P. 2 Mollis place 
Pike J. G. W. 103 Camden (homceo.) 
Plumb Samuel, 33 Lowell (magnetic) 
Pollard A. W., Fourth, corner Q 
Pratt S. C. 120 Tremont 
Richardson S. (). 51 Hanover (bot.) 
Ridgevvay P. U. 3 Hamilton place 
Rosenstein M. 33 Boylston 
Russell Edward, 20 Tyler 
Sanborn J. C. 110 Hanover 
Sanders O. S. 11 Bowdoin (homoeo) 
-•Sargent J. 58 Bedford 
Schenck J. II. 35 Hanover 
Scott A. L. 1 Lowell 
Shattuek H. P. 2 Tyler (homoeo.) 
Shaw Joel, 914 Washington (botanic) 
Sholes C. II. ill Court" (eclectic) 
Small Eben. 31 Worcester square 
SMEDLEY A. II. 129 Tremont (see 

adv. page * : J 7 ) 
Smith L. 23 Pleasant (eclectic) 
Smith K. A. 17.') Court (eclectic) 
Smith Samuel J. 1" Temple place 
Smith Timothy II. 82 Salem 
Spear K. 1>. 713 Washington (Indian) 
Spring F. P. 264 Federal 
Stoue V. 11. 251 North 
Stuart & Co. 31 Washington 
Taylor T. K. 17 Hanover (bot) 
Thaver Lli. jr. 5 I Cross 
Trull W. B.'.i Meridian, E. B. 
Turner John, 725 Tremont 
Underwood Wm. E. 743 Washington 
Cr.inn F. W. 163 Court 
Yinev Wm. H. 17« Washington 
Wakefield J. J, 145 Hanover (eclee.) 
Wesselhoett W. P. 12 Chauncy (horn.) 
West Benj. II., Union Park, corner 

Shawmut avenue 
White William B. 4 Jefferson place 
Whiting D. 595 Tremont 
Whitman F. F. 11" Court (oculist) 
Whitney Sullivan, 3 Tremont Temple 

(houueopathic) 
Willard F. S. Kti'.t Washington 
Wilson Norman, 228 Washington (spi- 
nal curvatures) 
Winn T. Bradley, 86 Court 



Woodbury J. II 1 Princeton (homoeo.) 
Woods William, 68 Carver 
Wood vine 1>. G. 7;'>;j Tremont 
Young Edwin R. 208 Tremont 

Female. 

Abell L. W. (M. I).), 173 Charles 
(homoeopathic) 

Anderson .Mary A. 4 7 Prince (bot.) 
Bailey L. Mrs." nit Washington 
Brown L. L. 168 Hanover 
Brown M. G. 18 Pemberton square 
Bruce A. H. 154 Cambridge 
Busteed L. A. (M. 1).). 54 Essex 
Caswell S. A. E. (M. 1).), 2 7 North 
Russell [ti'O-) 

Churchill Marion, 6 La Grange (elec- 
Clark Elizabeth N. .Mrs. 13 Bulfineh 
Colgrove Mrs. 1G0 Court (clairvov.) 
Collins 11. Mrs. 19 Pine 
Cooke Frances S. (M.D.), at Female 

Medical College, 30 Canton 
Draper M. A. Mrs. 538 Washington 
Eaton E.W. (M.D.), 5 6 Eliot ' 
Ester E. A. 4 Hansom court [land 
Fergus Frances A. (M. D.), 14 Knee- 
Fletcher S. (M.D.), 7 West 
Flinders C. 41 Harrison aveuue 
Forrest J. Mrs. 91 Harrison avenue 
Gay M. C. Miss, 686 Washington 
Getchell Annie, 10 Tremont row 

(electrician) 
Girardin L. 15 Warren 
Hunt II. K. (M. IX), G8 Green 
Jackson M. B. (M.D.), 681 Tremont 
Jones Sophia C. (M. I).), 24 Canton 
Ladd E. K. Mrs. 179 Court (clair- 
voyant) 
LATHAM A. C. (clair.) 292 Wash. 

(see adv. p. 794) 
Newman Mary, 5o Lowell 
Porter M. A. Mrs. (clair.) 8 LaGrange 
Rabuske Emilie, 75 Harvard 
Restell Madame, 8 Harrison avenue 
Richards Ellen E. 268 Washington 
Richards Lvdia G. 41 B, n. Fii'ih 
Roome C. C. Mrs. 10 Cherry 
Sewall Lucy E. 13 Plea-ant 
Starr S. E. 425A Washington 
Temple E. 41 Shawmut avenue 
Tvn<>- A. F. Miss, 44 Pincknev 
Waicott Hannah M. (M. D.) 101 

Pleasant 
! Watkins Sarah A. E. 27 N. Russell 
| Willis N. J. 36 Winter (clairvoyant) 
! Zakrzewska Marie, 82 Dover 
I 

Pianofortes. 
! Allen Henry, 344 Washington 
J Batehelder W. K. 221 Wash. 
i Bourne Wm. 484 Washington 
iBU AC KELT JOHN W. 18 Avery 

(sec adv. page 78.3) 
| Brooks S. P. 364 Washington 
Cambridge & MeNiel, 379 Wash. 



PIANOFORTES — PILOTS. 



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CIIICKKRING &SONS, 24G Wash- 
ington, factory, Tremont, <•. North- 
ampton (see adv. back col'< I page) 
Colley B. E. & Co. 538 Washington 
Emerson W. P 395 Washington 
Flaherty Thos. & Co. 230 Wash. 
Gamasre A. 556 Washington 



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& Co. 593 Washington 



Guild Geo. M. & Co. 54 4 & 881 Wash. 
Hallett & Cumston, 339 Washington 
Hallet, Davis, & Co. 272 Washington 
rleaman Win. »Sc Co. 300 Washington 
Hews George, 544 Washington 
Laid A. W. & Co. 296 Washington 
Lang Benjamin, 6 Temple place 
Leland A. M. 289 Washington 
Lincoln A. B. 323 Washington 
Matt Lorenzo, 500 Tremont 
Marvin Wendell P. 86 Kneeland 
McPhail Andre >v M. & Co. 385 Wash 
Miller Gustiyus A. & Co. 702 Wash. 
Miller Henry F. 344 Washington 
Newhall A. 563 Tremont 
Paul, Humphrey, & Co. 3 75 Wash. 
Vose J. W. 6 Temple place 
Woodward & Brown. 387 Wash. 

Pianoforte Strings. 
Houghton II. II. 19 Harvard placo 

Pianoforte Hardware. 
Conant Win. A. 332 Washington 
Faxon O. J. 22 Beach 
Mansfield Edwin L. 4 Chickering pi. 
Wilson E. 86 Utica 
Piano-forte and Organ Keys. 
Pierce John F., Wash. st. Roxbury, 

n. the line 
Whitney Milo, 921 Washington- 

Pianoforte Tuners. 
Alford J. 4 Cambridge st. place 
Allen John, 344 Washington 
Bruce John Milton, 344 Washington 
Callendar W. It. 3 75 Washington 
Colley Benjamin, 538 Washington 
Cutting Gilbert, 20 Tremont 
Cutting G. E. 544 Washington 
Downes I. II. K. 8 Suffolk place 
Ellis W. C. 339 Washington 
Fernald Albert II. 27 7 Washington 
Fillebrown A. 8 Oliver place 
Fobes E. 20 Beach 
Gorham I, F. 272 Washington 
Green W. 18 Avery 
Haskell T. F. 385 Washington 
Hill G. II. 246 Washington • 
Hill John L. 126 Tremont 
Hill Sumner, 21 La Grange 
Hill W. C. 21 La Grange 
Elooton Henry, 4 Howard 
Long David C 112 Prince 
MASON W. II. 106 Sudbury (see 

adv. page G27) 
McLaughlin John, jr. 49 Appleton 
Orne J. T. jr. 277 Washington 



Wedgcr B. M 387 Washington 
Whitman J. i». 1 < IroJon 
Wood Joseph, 184 Washington 

Pickles, &c. 

Bray & Hives, 115 Milk (foreign) 
■ Brooks S. ft. -_>s X. Market (keic up) 

COWDItEY E. T. 10 and 21 IW- 
1 »nd (see a<lv. page G1S) 

Davis W. II. & Co. 37 Broad 

Gilman E. L. & Co. 13 Shoe ami 
Leather 

Ihinlil. n. Baker, & Co. 125 Purchase 
| Hamblen J. B. & Co. 217 Broad 

Hur.l Joseph & Co. us North 
| Lewis W. lv. & Bros. 93 Broad 
I Plunnner J. P. & I). 10 Blackstone 
: Poole A. F. 237 Xorrh 
\ Underwood Win. & Co. G7 Broad 

Picture Frames, &c. 
{See Looking Glasses.) 
1 Andrews J. II. 30 La Cringe 
; Arms T. A. 2 70 Washington 
' Biown C. M 50 Broadway 
| Cass J. II. 120 Federal 
CI irk Jolin. 93 Mcrrimac 
Godfrey E. J. 2 Lincoln 
I Howarth ,\: Pierce. 2G Kneeland 
[MEYER (HAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 
Holmes block, and 105 and 107 
Friend (see adv. page 629) 
! Mosely& Goodman, 30 & 40 Hanover 
Peiivr S. II. L., First, eor. B (oval, 

circular, and straight) 
Ross & Hat.hman, 480 Was' ington 
Sargent Chas. II. 07 Cornhill 
J Smith John. G4 Fleet 

Stevens \ Wright, 9G Port! mil 
; Tenney & Marshall. 322 Washington 

Pile Dealer, 
[Davis O. J. (spruce piling) 444 Fed- 
eral 

Pile Drivers. 

B rynton Bros. 23 State 
| Burrows F. M. 23 >t ite 
j CavnaghG.' 23 State 
j Draper & Yaughan, 23 State 

Norton Cs: Harris, 23 State 

Pilots Agent. 
j HAYDEN CHAS. A. 27 Lewis uht. 

Pilots. 
Bailey Wm. G. 2 7 Lewis wharf 
i Brown Marcena P. 27 Lewis wha»t 
I Bruse Jonathan, jr. 27 Lewis wh irf 
I Burrows Stephen, 27 Lewis wharl 
I Chandler P. II. 27 Lewis whan' 
Colby Samuel, 19 Sheafe 
Cununirigs .John K. 27 Lewis wharf 
Eaton .1 uni'S, rear 27 Lewis wharf 
Ford John F. 27 Lewis wharf 
Fowler Win. C. 27 Lewis wharf 
Gurney H. L. 27 Lewis wharf 



510 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Pilots — continual. 
Harrington Win. II. 27 Lewis wharf 
Hay den Abel T. 2 7 Lewis wharf 
Hiwlen A. F. 27 Lewis wharf 
iloop'r A. 27 Lewis wharf 
Hunt Jared, 27 Lewis wharf 
Hunt Mitthew, 51 Meridian, E. B. 
Jos-elyn Asa II. 2 7 Lewis wharf 
Kelley Robert, 27 Lewis wharf 
Lampee Wm. R. 2 7 Lewis wharf 
Livell J. G. 27 Lewis whirl' (coast) 
Low John. 27 Lewis wharf 
Lunt Jacob K. 232 Commercial 
Martin S. C. 410 Commercial 
Martin E. G. 110 Commercial 
Mayo Ambrose, 234 Comm'l (coast) 
MeField John, 27 Lewis wharf 
McFieM John A. G. 27 Lewis wharf 
MeField W. W. 27 Lewis wharf 
Phillips X. \V. 27 Lewis wharf 
R ad Mix well. 27 Lewis wharf 
Robinson David T. 27 Lewis wharf 
Tewksbury II. A. 27 Lewis wharf 
Tewksburv W. F. 27 Lewis wharf 
Tremere Benj. 13. 27 Lewis wharf 
Wellock F. B. 27 Lewis wharf 
Wilson J. II. 27 Lewis wharf 

Pilot Commissioners. 
Divison E. E. 39 Lewis wharf 
Williams John, 39 Lewis wharf 

Pin Manufs. 
Union Pin Manufacturing Co., Port- 
laud, cor. Travers 

.Pipes, Meerschaum 51 , &c. 
Bour#uignon >Sc Britt, 109 Washington 
CARRUTII I). J. ,\ CO. Gl and G3 

Blaekstone (see adv. pnge 638) 
Carruth II & Co. 4G Hanover 
Goulston II. 5 Change n venue 
Guinn J. F. 300 Federal [ing 

Moody ^ Co. 70 Sudb'y (pipe mount- 

Planing-Machino Manufs. 

WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 and C9 
Sudbury (see adv. page G31) 

Plaster. 
Drake T. & Son, 240 Federal 
Hersey C. Lincoln's wharf 
Ho\ieT. W. ,V Co. 43 Long wharf 
MeAbee X. S. & Co. is First 
WINGATE WM. A. 198 Broad (see 
adv. page 7 7<» ) 

Plaster Image Makers. 
G trey Paul A. 6 Province court 
G.iribaldi Pietro, rear 16 Bedford 
Podcsta Stephen. 24 Green 

Plumbers. 
ALLEN SAMUEL II. 39 Haverhill 

(set; adv. page 602) 
Baird George, 8o .Joy, n. Cambridge 
Bairti & Caief, Go Chestnut 



i Barrett James, 231 Tremont 

i Bothamlv Win. B. M Devonshire 
i Bromerieh C. M.. Broadway, cor. I 
! Buckley Daniel, 326 Broadway 
Buckley J. T. 10 Brattle 
I Caiger Edward, 160 Merrimac 
' Chambers & Ford, 1 f Boylston 
Coghian Framis. iocs Washington 
Cough Ian James, ir_' Merrimac 
Dacey J. F. 128 Shawmut avenue 
i Dolan John, 39 Kit lunond 
Donnell F. P. 295 Commercial 
Downey John, 1095 Washington 
Dudley Benjamin F. 72 Harrison ave. 
Duffee & Hartnett, 59 Hawley 
Ford J. F. 102 Broadway 
Foster & Roby, 180 Commercial 
Gallagher Wm. & Co. 5 Broadway 
Greenleaf Wm. II. 52 Charles 
Harney Thomas, 182 Harrison ave. 
Hartnett John, 51 Meridan, E. B. 
I HAWTHORNE & LOUDON. 10 
j and 14 Province (see adv. p. 640) 
| Johnson W. A. 836 Washington 
Kent William, 20 Bedford 
Kirby & Mungovan, 4 Boylston 
Leaden James, 72 Eliot 
Leisham & Bennett, Wash. c. Dover 
LITCHFIELD II. T., Lewis, near 
Old Ferry, E. B. 
j Locke W. S. 2 Howard 
JLOCKWOOD & LUMB, 48 School 

(see adv. pa<je GIG) 
! LORING A. B. & S. II. 76 Harrison 

avenue (see adv. pane 7 75) 
i Lowell K. M. 136 Blaekstone 
: Magrath James. 43G Tremont 
i McAteer & Brother, 10 Knceland 
! McAWLEY M. B. 92G Washington 
McNallv J. E. 783 Washington 
| Miller j. It. 49 Paris, E. B. 
i MILLS WILLIAM, 28 Devonshire 

(see adv. back colored page) 
I Parker & Clements. 7 70 Tremont 
| Pearce William, 23 State 

Perrv II. G. 856 Washington 
| Purler A. D. 38 Portland 
Richardson John, 18 Prince 
Richardson Joseph T. 103* Cambridge 
Ross& Watkins. 130 Beach 
Rutigan <Sc McDonald, 83 Concord 
Ryan Brothers, 3 Stoddard 
I Ryan James F. 94 Charlestown 
i Shea J. 8 78 Washington and 23 State 
! Stewart James. 13 Devonshire 
j Thompson James. 2 Moon 
J Thus II. 4 Cushman avenue # 

j Tompkins I. S. & Son. 50 Union 
| TRAINER WILLIAM, 23 Devon- 
| shire 

| Tucker I. X. 4 79 Tremont 
Utfbrd Brothers, 113 Court. 
VANNEVAR E. B. cS; CO. (*hip) 
58 Fulton 
i Watlman W. B. 101 1 and 1013 Wash 



TLUMBEIIS 



PRINTERS. 



Oil 



Waters Win. & Son, 45 Sumner, E- 

B. 
Wills William, 710 Washington 
Winfield J. 88 Meridian, E. Li. 
Wvman George S. 84 Chapman 
Zane Joseph ^: Co. 81 Sudbury 

Plumbers' Materials. 

J);ilton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 
Dudley Benjamin F. 72 Harrison aye. 
Greenlegf William II. 52 Charles 
Grundy J. & Co. 20 Ilawley 
HAMBLEN C. T. 80 North (see adv. 

pa-je 796) 
HAWTHORNE & LOUDON. 10 

and 14 Province (see adv. p. 640) 
LOCKWOOD& LUMB,48 School 

(see adv. page GIG) 
Lowell R. M. 136 Blackstone 
MILLS WILLIAM, 28 Devonshire 

(see adv. hack colored page) 
Puifer A. D. .'38 Portland 
Serannage, Bate, & Co. 50 Sudbury 
Stults J. V. N. 45 Elm 

Pocket Book Makers. 
Davis J. William, 21 Bromfield and 2 

Province 
Lauten E. A. 221 Washington 
Marsh II. F. & Co. 17 & 19 Cornhill 
Merrill R. is: Sons, 221 Washington 
Stroelin Julius, 170 Washington 
Thaxter Joshua, 48 Winter 
Underwood W. II. 130 State 
WENTWORTII HORACE, 119 

Washington 

Polishing Brick and Powder. 

PUTNAM B. W. 152 and 154 Con- 
gress (manuf. see adv. page 7 6 8) 

Pop Corn. 
Ilaskins J. W. 6c Co. 5 Fulton 
Payn C. N. 90 Harrison avenue 

Port Wardens. 
Howes Willis, 130 Commercial 
Lincoln Charles, 130 Commercial 
Loring Henry K. 130 Commercial 
Paine John A. 130 Commercial 

Portable Grinding Mills. 
HOLMES & BLANC1IARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill ami 2 Beverly (see 
adv. page 64$) 

Portable Printing Presses. 
LOWE PRINTING PRESS CO.* 
Henry Upham, treasurer, 23 Water 
(see adv. page 617) 

Potash, Pearlash, Saleratus, 

&c. 
Birchard E. A. & Co. 22 City wharf 
Chamberlin Edw'd & Co. 21 'Central 
CHESSMAN W. II. 9 Central * 
Dyer & Co. 163 Milk (potash) 



Einmerton & Co. 13 Custom Hon ■ st. 
Learn ard, Chandler, c \ Co. 102 State 
Stearns Simon & Son, 100 Com'l 

Potteries. 
East Boston Pottery Co., Condor,E. 15. 

Preserves, Pickles, &c. 
Brooks C. D. :5 7 Broad 
COWDREV E. T. & CO. 21 Port- 
land (see adv. page 618) 
New York Condensing Co. 14 Com'l 
Plummer J. P. .Sc I). 10 Blackstone 

Stevens & Co. "JO N. Market 

Presses, 

(Embossing ami Copying.) 
MERRIAM .\ CO. 18 and 19 Brattle 

sq. (see adv. page 623) 
Sargetrt George B. 13 Haverhill 

Print Publishers. 
BufFord's Print Publishing House, 

Bedford corner Chauncy 
Prang L. & Co. 159 Washington 

Print Works. 
Suffolk Print Works, 101 Merrimac 

Printers. 

Allen Benjamin F. 84 Washington 
Allen Charles, 22 Court 
Babb & Stephens, 23 Congress 
Bakh Edward L. 34 School (music) 
Barron J. S. & Co. 115A- Washington 
BATC1IELDER E. S". 17 Harvard 

place (see adv. page G35) 
Beals, Greene, & Co. 40 and 42 Cong. 
Bense William, 8 ConL r i'ess square 
Brown William F. & Co. 2 7 Cornhill 
Calkins & Goodwin, 136 Washington 
Cm miller & Co. 21 Cornhill 
Chisholm John B. 50 School 
CHISM SAMUEL. 134 Washington 
CLAPP DAVID ,s: SON, a:'A Wash- 
ington (see adv. page (ill) 
Commercial Printing and Advertising 

House, 36 Kil'oy 
Coombs E. S. & Co. 21 School 
Cro>bv Charles II. 13, 15, and 46 

Water 
Davis & Fanner, IS Exchange 
Denton W. W . ;j:> Water 
Donahoe Patrick, 2:5 Franklin 
Dudley & Gill, ~j5 Water & 55 Con- 
gress 
Dutton Henry W.*& Co. 92 Washing- 
ten 
E istburn John II. 14 State 
Elder W. 52 Leverett 
Farwell J. E. & Co. :)7 Congress 
Farwell J. II. & F. F. 1 12 Washington 
FLA(i(i JOHN D. 27 Water and 2.5 

Sprinir Lane (see adv. page <":'•">) 
Forbes W. II. & Co. 265 Washington 
Guild Curtis & Co. 129 Washington 
Hall William A.4G Congress 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Prlnfi rs — continued. 
H ill worth Joseph L. 56 Washington 

ami 10 State 
II unlin G. I). 120 Hanover 
Hirrin^ton 11. W. k Go. 113 Wash. 
Haskell A. W. 4 Washington 
[(ewes John M. 65 Cornhill 
Hick ling Charles & Co. 7G Sudbury 
Holland A. 3<J Washington 
Hollis & Gunn, 39 and 45 Water 
Hooper C. 0. 11 Shoe and Leather 
[[owe W. & E. 39 Merchants row 
[lines & Niles, :<7 Cornhill 
Joins I). F. :;i Exchange 
Keenaii M. II. 104 Washington 
Kendall Win. M. 32 Congress 
Kidder Andrew B. (music). 23 Water 
Learned, Tompson, & Co. 23 Central 
Livesev & Thorogood, 3o Exchange. 
Locke "Arthur W. & Co. 143 Milk 
LOWE PRINTING TRESS CO., 

Henry Upham, treas. 23 Water 

(see adv. page G17) 
Marvin T. R. & Son. 42 Congress 
May Isaac W. 39 State 
Melntire \" Moulton,42 Congress 
Mead Charles C. 91 Washington 
Mitchell E. L. 24 Congress 
Moody C. C. P. 52 Washington 
Moore E. N. & Co. 9 Water 
Morgan Albert. 91 Washington 
Morgan Benj. F. 30 Water " 
MORRILL& SON. 22 Water 
Mors* A. 11. 109 Washington 
M U D< i I : A LF R E I ) & SO N,3 1 School 

(see adv. page 628) 
Pitman J. W. -s: Son. 23 Water 
Plumer J. P. 46 Congress 

Pmter J. H. .;«; Milk 

Prentiss & Deland, 40 Congress 
I! uid Ceo. C. & Avery. 3 Cornhill 
Rhodes ,S: Mirkham, 40 Devon-hire 
Ripley Thomas W. 42 Congress 
Rockwell & Rollins. 122 Wash, and 6 

Water 
Rogers Fred, 159 Washington 
RoMina Edward F. 117 Hanover 
Sawyer Nathan & Son, 45 Water 
Srhofi.-ld W. J. 32 Summer 
Searle Frederick A. lis Washington 
Shaw t \ 1 1 -ath, 9 State 
Smith Win. II. 



School 

and 9 Spring 



me. 



Smith & Porter 

Old Sir!, C'mp.d 
Spooner John S. 59 Hawlov 
Stacy & Hi hardson. 1 I Milk 
Tenthorn F. P>. 21 Eliol 
Thayer S. < ). over Bovlston market 
To id Thomas, 15 Cornhill 
Torrey Jos< pli G. 32 Con<jn >s 
Troehsler A. & Co. 1 U) Wash. ([)! ito 
Turner M. S. 25 Howard | tip) 
V Ksnaek Herman, 379 Washington 
Wadman Theophilus G. 3fi KiHiv 
W VTSON GEORGE B. G:> Water 



Wier Robert, 40 Conp i - 
WILDER L. l;. 55 Congress 
WUIGIIT& POT'UKR, I Spring lane 
(see adv. [j ige »; to ) 

Copperplate, 

Bradford LodowL-k II. 30 » Wash. 
Carpenter Rjuln-n, 22H Washing on 
Cro.dn- Charles II L3,15,an I IG \\ ater 
Daniels J. II. 201 Washington 
Dearborn N. S. 24 School 
Forbes Win. 11. & Co. 2U5 Wash. 
Holland T. R. 12 Scdiool 
Miller W. M. 4(i Water 
Smith George G. 91 Washington 
Wier Robert, 40 Congress 

Printers of Cloths. 
Chace D. K. 7 Morton pla<-e 
Crohn <8c Howard. 9 Hawley 
Locke Print Works, 4 Otis" 
Sehouler John & Co. 122 Pearl 
Union Print Works, 9 and 11 Hawley 

Printers' Ink Dealers. 
Curtis E. A. 24 Congress 
DONALD W. C. & CO. 18 Spring 

lane (mauuf., see adv. page 641) 
FLAGG JOHN D. 27 Water, and 2G 

Spring lane (see adv. page 795) 
MORRILL ,<c SOX (manuf.,) 22 

Water 
Phelps, Dalton, & Co. 52 Washington 

Printers' Rollers. 
Greene George A. 21 School 
Sloan Charles, 33 Water 
Wild Chas.* D. jr. 2i3 Spring lane 

Printing Presses and Mat 
rials. 
Boston Type Foundry, ~>i) Water 
Gordon's Printing Press, E. A. Curtis, 

a^ent. 24 Congress 
HOE R. & Co., Foundry street, S. II 

(bookbinders and printing) 
Hollis 6c Gunn,:; 1 .) and 45 Water 
LOWE PRINTING PRESS Co.. 

Henry Upham, treas. 23 Water 

(see adv. page o*l 7) 
Phelps, Dalton. & Co. 52 Wasliinston 
TARBETT& BANG, 17 Hawley 

(see adv. page 770) 

Produce. 
Abbot & Cushimr, 49 Commercial 
Adams C. II. &Co. 123 Blaekstone 
Adams .S: Mason, I" New F. II. mar- 
ket, and 17 F. II. square 
Aver G. A. & Co. 1 F. H. square and 

32 Merchants row 
Aver <S: Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Biker G. & Co. I Merchants row 
Ballon & Hibbard, 21 Fan'l Hall ■ | 
P»a>rett & II >oper, 1 1 South M i '- 
Belknap & Boynton, 1 Blaekstone 



PRODUCE. 



51 



Belknap Lyman & Co. 12 ft nd 14 Clin- 
ton 
Bennett, Rand, & Co. If) X. Market 
Benton, Caverly, & Co. 7 X. Market 
Bigelow Jonathan & Co. 23 X. Mkt. 
Birehard E. A. & Co. 22 City wharf 
Blagge & Sopor, 2 India 
Blauchard 6c Emerson, 190 State 
Bliss & Co. 4 7 Chatham 
Boweu 0. E. & Co. 32 X. Market 
Brigham & Sanborn, 1 Commercial 
Brooks Win. F. & Co. 9 N. M irket 
Brown & Conant, 3 7 N. Market 
Burnhani M. P. & Co. 74 Blackstone 
Butterfield A. B. & Co. 3 7 Commer- 
cial (commission) 
Butterfield II. J. 120 Beach 
Callender Henry & Co. 1 Commer- 
cial (cellar) " [Market (cellar) 
Carruthers W. F. & J. O. 37 North 
Chandler & Robinson. 11 Chatham 
COAX E. J. 5 F. II. square (cellar) 
Cochran Brothers, 138 Blackstone 
Cochrane D. M. & Co. 15 Commercial 
Currier & Dean, 13 Merchants row 
Dane & Hough, 29 N. Market 
Darling J. G. 4 7 Commercial (cellar) 
Darling II. R. 50 Sumner, E. B. 
Davis Adin, 49 Commercial 
Davis John, 10 X. Market 
Davis & Dyer, 5 Blackstone 
Dean Russell & Co. 110 Lincoln 
Doane S. P. & Co. 13 N. Market 
Doty & Dyer, 34 Broad 
Draper, Baker. & Co. 145 Blackstone 
Durham & Darling, 9 and 11 Comm'l 
EDWARDS & CO. 1361 Blackstone 
Edwards R. S. 3 N. Market 
Ellis David & Co. 3 Merchants row 
English & Simpson, 14 F. H. square 
Farrar II. A. & Co. 10 Merchants row 
Fav George W. 38 Fulton 
Fisk \V. II. 8 F. II. square 
Foster. Weeks, & Co. 142 Blackstone 
Fowle, Ilibbard. & Co. 9 and 11 Com- 
mercial 
Gilmore R. B. & Co. 17 Com'l (cellar) 
Gleason J. H. 11 Merchants row 
Gould O. O. & Co. 4 7 X. Mkt. (cellar) 
Grant D. C. ,\- Co. 160 Blackstone 
Griswold, Whitney, & Co. 3 7 Mer- 
chants row 
Hamblen B. B. 76 Commercial 
Harding I. X. 26 F. H. square 
HARTFORD ,\ GARDNER, 11 

Merchants row 
Hatch W. & Co. 6*5 Chatham 
Heath. Carte;-. & Co. 53 Chatham 
Higlev Bros. & Adams.132 Blackstone 
Hobbs & Da!.-. 16 Commercial 
Hovey, M a»l, \ Co. 71 Xorth 
Hyde' J. S. & Co. U X Market 
Johnson & Fisher, 7*s Bhiekstone 
Jones & Young, 108 and 1 10 Black- 
stone 

34 



Keyes Amos & Co. 20 Clinton 
Kilham A. I), & Co. 5 and 6 N'orth 

Market 
Kimball Charles <Sc (Jo. 4 Comm»'roial 
Kimball Lyman L. I \. Mkt. (cellar) 
King Samuel A. 43 X. Mki. (re 
Lanison J. & J. F. \ Co. 13 liia-k- 

stone 
Leach & Holmes, 23 Blackstone (cel- 
lar) 
Learnard, Chandler. & Co. 152 St ite 
Leonard & Co. 51 N. Market (cellar) 
Littlefield & Braden, 88 Blackstone, 

and 5 Central market 
Littlefield & Enslin, 13 N. Mkt. (cel- 
lar) 
Locke & Hurd, 166 Blackstone 
Lord, Stone, & Co. 7 and 8 Black- 
stone 
Lovejoy A. W. & Co. 30 Broad 
Magee John, 9 N. Market (cellar) 
Marsh Wm. K. & Co. 5 Commercial 
McCafFertv & Greer, 96. j Blackstone 
Mead A. & O. W. & Co." 35 N. Mkt, 
Meloon & Chapin, 60 Blackstone and 

12 and 13 Blackstone market 
Melvin E. E. 82 Blackstone 
MESERVE W.N. 20 N. Market 
Miles Chas. E. & Co. 27 Commercial 
Mitchell F. W. & Co. 25 N. Market 

(cellar) 
Moore, Ayer, & Co. 7 Blackstone 
Mulloy John, 15 X. Market 
Murch" G. O. 7 Russia whf. (potatoes) 
Murphy G. & Co. 20 Merchants row 
| Page, Kidder, & Co. 12 Blackstone 
i Parker & Carey. 3 South Market 
Parks, Dorr. & Bowman, 20 Commerce 
Pierce Simeon, 9 Russia wharf 
Pierce 6c Buchanan, 9 Merchants row 
Putnam, Wi<zgin,& Upton/-'!' X.Market 
Rand James A. & Co. 112 Black-tone 
Randall J. W. & J. L. 1 1 X. M irket 

(commission) 
Roberts J. W. & A. 148 Blackstone 
Roberts J. W. & Co. 19 South Market 
Rockwell Brothers. 46 and 48 Xorth 
I Rockwell & Ilickok, 12 Blackstone 
1 Russell & Willey, 19 Merchants row 
! Sanborn & Rublee. 1 Suffolk Market 
j Sanderson L. 12 Merchants row 
i Sargent & Parsons, 122 Hanover 
Sartwell & Humphrey, 3 Black>tono 
Sawin & Edwards, 15 Blackstone 
Sears Frederick S. & Co. 4 3 and 4 5 

North 
Shannon & Co. 28 North Mark.-t 
Shute & Davis, 23 SulVolk 
Stade Lucius. 21 Faneuil Hall square 
Stearns C F. 84 Kneeland 
Stewart. Walker, ,S: Co. 17 and 19 

Blackstone 
Stone C II. 9 Chatham row 
Story Wm. 4 7 Commercial (cellar) 
Stratton & Moors, 14 Broad 



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Produce — continued. 
Taylor & Snow, 10 Blaekstone 
Tuttle Joseph \V r . 18 Clinton (com.) 
Uf>'iau) Henry A. 13 S. Market (cel- 
lar) 
L'tiev & Boynton, 53 Commercial 
Waite A. L. 90 Blaekstone 
Wells S. V & Co. 140 Blaekstone 
Whirr Bros. cS: Co. 13 N. Market (com- 
mission) 
White W. F. 32 North Market 
Wh'tton & Winslow, 50 North Market 
Whifon \' Beal, 30 Merchants row 
Wilbur & Bryant, 16 Clinton 
Williams & Tyler, 6 Commercial (com.) 
Woodjbridge J. M. 72 Blaekstone 
Woodward, Brown, & Co. 27 S. Market 
Wright 6c Whiteomb, 2 Chatham row 
Yeaum G. H. & Co. 18 N. Market 

Provision Dealers. 
(See also Mdrhetmen.) 
Allen S. W. 207 Federal 
Andrews & Stevens, 4 7 Bromfield 
Baker Walter W. 352 Hanover 
Baldwin, Botume,& Co. 10 and 12 City 

wharf, and 226 Friend 
Baldwin & lleald, 25 North Market 
Bannon M. 76 Harvard 
Barr T. A. 10 Church 
Bean Bros. & Co. 13 Bedford 
Bell W. G. & Co. 24 North Market 
Bragge & Soper, 2 India 
Blair L. 37 Church 
Blolictr Edwin, 7 7 Concord 
Blodgett W. K. 150 Court 
Boynton Geo. O. 104 Salem 
Been nam M. 60 and 62 High 
Bright Henry, 6 7 Lowell, cor. Minot 
Brooks L. S.'61 Meridian 
Brawn A. 34 Phillips 
Brown & Bro. 160 Harrison avenue 
Brown E. & S. M. 761 Tremont 
Brown & Robertson, Temple, c. Derne 
Bryant Lewis, 33 Avery 
Burgess Win. C, Merrimac, c. Market 
Burriil Bros. 1080 Washington 
Caldwell Win, 7 South Margin 
Chamberlain 1). & A.J. 50 Mi. Vernon 
Chamberlain V. 11. & Co. 35 North 
Clark i). 825 Washington 
Cl.uk L. C. 182 Harrison avenue 
Clark 1\ 74 Eliot 
Clark Nathan. 14 Cambridge 
Coolidgo. T. 561 Tremont 
Conway 1). 112 Fourth 
Cowdin li. F. 80 Meridian 
CRAFTS A. F., Sixth, cor. F (see 

adv. page 630) 
Cummiugs John, Second, corner A 
Cunningham & Harvey. 74 Springfield 
Curtis & Boynton, oo North 
Curtis J. G. 95 Essex 
Cutter George, 28 Salem 
Daley Daniel, 331 Federal 



i Daley Timothy & Bro. 153 Kneeland 
Davidson F. 72 Fourth 

• Deane W. S. 8 E 

■ Decry William, 62 West Orange 

I Delano J. R. \ Co. •_'!) City wharf 

| Desmond Patrick, 92 Cove 

j Devlin P. 71) Salem 

I Dodge John 1). in Broadway, cor. C 

I Donnelly B. 81 South 
Drummond Robert, 194 Cambridge 

I Dudlev S. W. 725 Washington 

' DuffMicl.-el, 88 Cove 

I Dunham & Darling, 9 and 11 Com- 
mercial (commission) 
Dupce Geo. 11. 765 Tremont 
Durrell v^ Maynard, "57 Tremont 
Dyer Thomas H. 34 & ;'!"> Eastern avc. 

j Eaton Win. D. 954 Washington 
Edmunds Samuel, Trenton, n. BrooLa 
Films E. George, 152 Cambridge 
Ewings C. 95 Chambers 
Faden A. M. 755 Washington 
Fell Thomas, 151 Beach 
Fillebrown J. R. 955 Washington 
Fish D. F. & Co. 17 Maverick, E. B. 
Flannelly Owen, 444 Hanover 
Flinn R. II. 45 Chambers 
Foster A. A. & Co. 40 Howard 
Foster & Son, 28 and 30 Derne 
Gale George D. 159 Shawmut ave. 
Gallison J."H. 113 Cambridge 
Gibbs G. L. 1207 Washington 
Gile S. W., Grove, corner Phillips 
Glea^on Wm. II. & Co. 270 Shawmut 

avenue 
Goodale II. L., Beach, corner Tyler 
Goodwin Samuel C Go Poplar 
Gookin & Stodder, 370 Commercial 
Graves J. & Co 4 7 North 
Gregory D. 28 Myrtle 
Griilin'W. P. & Co. 42 Causeway 
Gurnev & Querbach, 5~) Mcridian.E.B. 
Hall 1). F. 34 Charles 
Hamilton John. 442 Commercial 
Hannatbrd J. 74 Fourth 
IlffiiiDii John EL 4 65 Hanover 
Hatch F. B. 41 Lowell 
limn 'S^ev Mary, 23 Swan 
Holden A. P. 41 Leverett 
lioihrook Bios., Webster, c. Orleans 
Holland John M. 125 Canton 
Hook William It. M. G3 Salem 
Horn & Chamberlain, 1062 Wash, 
llosmer C. L. 64 Leverett 
Hoxie, Bro.rk, & Reed, 309 Broadway 
Hunt James G. & Bro. 988 Wa,i. 
Hvde T. L. 88 Brighton 
Ingols Wm. V. .4 East Dedham 
Josselvn Isaiah, 17!' Broadway 
Kvll.-v David, 19 South 
Kempton E. 11 1 Fourth 
Kuowles II. W. & Davis, 3 72 Han. 
Lawrence George F. 233 Tremont 
Lecain M. <: I Filth 
Lincoln Henry C. 33 North 



PROVISION DEALERS. 



515 



Litchfield J"hn II & Co. 999 Wash. 
Mario w William, I), corner Seventh 
May Bernard, 69 Plea-ant 
McAlcer Peter, 153 Fourth, cor. C 
McC'uiienr C. 90} Leverett 
MeCann Patrick, 9 Suncourt 
McCarthy David II 74 Salem 
McCarty Patrick, 23 Napier 
MuGrath P. 71 Dedham 
Meinrath Samuel, 71 Pleasant 
Melligan P. 1G9 Cambridge 
Merrill 31. W. 57 Phillips" 
Milliken N. 7 Winthrop block, E. B. 
Mills B. T. cellar, 2 Boylston market 
Moekley Mary, Sixth, corner D. 
Molineux & Bullard. 540 Tremont 
Mooers & Co. 810 Federal 
Moran Anthony, 62 Middlesex 
Morse L. 90 Harrison avenue 
Morse John, 18 Phillips 
Moulton E. G. 2 Bennet 
Munday Owen, 100 West Dedham 
Murphy James, 103 Endicott 
Murray R. F. 1.6 Leverett 
Nash M., Second, corner F 
Nason A. 162 Northampton 
Nason .lames, 50 South Margin 
Newton E. S.. South, corner Essex 
North Chas II. 33 North Market 
Noyes G. N. 2d, 276 Broadway 
O'Conner II. 177 Second 
O'Laugblin T. 71 Fourth 
O'Neil Wm. J. 29 Lincoln 
Paige Dan'l A. 31 N. Market (cellar) 
Palmer W. II. 1137 Washington 
Parker Alonzo B. 302 Flanover 
Parks C. 84 Cambridge 
Pedriek Knott. 194 Endicott 
Perkins & Derry, Fast Sumner 
Perley George, Hudson, c. Harvard 
Piggott Geo. 64 and 06 Charles 
Powers J. H. 26 West Sumner 
Puisit'er T. P., Prince, corner Salem 
Putnam 1). A. 50 W. Sumner, E. B. 
Ramsay James S. 135 Shawmut ave. 
Reed ,<: Lane. 217 Broadway 
Rice James P. 10>9 Washington 
Ridley II. S. 145 Harrison avenue 
Riley J. J , A, corner Third 
Roberts C. T,. 2 Shawmut avenue 
ROBERTS D. M. 1 Pinckney 
Roberts Win. C. 1161 Washington 
Robinson A., Causeway, c. Billerica 
Robinson Nelson, 4 and 6 Lowell 
Robinson W. F. & Co. 26 S. Market 
Rogers J. C. 50 Peasant 
Rojiers ^ Spear, Fourth, corner A 
Rollins John, 27 X. Market (cellar) 
Ross & Walters, 127 Saleiu 
Rovce Brad lev, Carvi r. corner Eliot 
Ru"*se!l \ Kimball, 35 N. Market 
Sanb< ru S. II l Winthrop block 
Sanderson John, Portland, c. Sudbury 
Sanderson Robt. Ktttaw, c. Brooks 
Sargent & Burr, 322 Tremont 



Sargent & Parsons, 122 Blaekstone 
Seaverns F. 8 Somerset 
Sherman I. I). 92 Cambridge 
Sims R. T. 274 Broadway 
Skimmings Wm. II. 160 Cambridge 
Sleeper & Brown, North sq. c. Sun- 
court 
Small Charles F. 8 Pinckney 
Smith R. R. 26 Maverick 
Smith S. II. 171 Shawmut avenue 
Spear & Gleason, 6 7 Beach 
Spurgeon William, Cedar, c. Revere 
Squire John P. & Co. 39 N. Market 
S.juire Joseph & Co. 39 North 
Starr H. C 9 7 Broadway 
Stokell George L. 469 Harrison ave. 
Stowell C. L. & Co. 19 Charles 
Stowell S. 118 Leverett 
Sturtevant Brothers, 323 Hanover 
Sumner C. II. 31 Bromfield 
Swallow Addison, 102 Prince 
Talbot Samuel, jr., Bowdoin, corner 

Cambridge 
Thomas E. 481 Broadway 
Tilden Nelson II. 314 Broadway 
Towle Albert, 763 Washington ' 
Towle II. & C. A. 25 Hudson 
Towle & Rymes, 444 Oak 

i Trvon Joseph, 43 Merchants row 

' Tucker M. D. 703 Tremont 
Tucker N. II. 51 Harrison avenue 
Tueslev J. W. 3S Bowdoin 
VILES & SMITH, 54 Cambridge 
Wade M. 147 Kneeland 
W r alker A. G. 310 Tremont 
Wheeler Geo W., Green, cor. Goueh 
Witherspoon S. A. 6 4 Anderson 
Woodburn F. C. 919 Washington 
Woods Wm. 114 Beach 
Wyzanski Marks, 13 Church 
Young Moses, 58 Sumner 

Salt Provisions. Wholesale. 

Baldwin.'.Botume. <$: Co, 10 City whf. 

Baldwin & Ileaid, 25 X. Market 
! Belknap L. & Co. 12 Clinton 
! Bell \V. G. & Co. 24 North Market 
I Bent Thomas A. & Co. 25 N. Market 
! Coffin & Perkins, 3 Commerce 
I Dorr, Parks. & Co. 2 Commerce 

Ellis Warren & Son. 3 South .Market 

Fishers & Chapin, 1 Commerce 

Foote Oscar, 35 North 
I Hovey A. II. &. Co. 15 Commercial 

Jacobs A. & A. 15 and 17 City vrharf 
| Jacobs II. & S»n. 10 South Market 

Johnson, Fay, & Co. 18 City wharf 
! Knight & Mclntire, 3 City whf. (wes- 
tern) 

Lincoln II. C, North, c. Merchants 

row 
! Mansur S. & Son, 5 Chatham row 
■ Pool Brothers, 2 7 South Market 
i Potter ^ Demmon, 28 City wharf 
; Pulsii'er 1). & Payson, 1 City wharf 



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Provisions, etc. — continued. 
Rice W. & R. 21 City wharf 
Roberts J. W. & Co., 113 South Mkt. 
Robinson W. F. & Co. 2G South Mkt. 
Squire John P. & Co. 39 North Mkt. 
Squire Moses P. 42 Merchants row 
Utley & Boynton, 53 Commercial 
Winchester' E. A. & W. 15 South Mkt. 
Worster, Dupcc, & Co. 13 S. Market 
Wright & Whiteomb, 2 Chatham row 

Public Warehousemen. 
Bradbury William, 231 State and 131 

Broad 
Hills Wm. S. 117 South and 68 Utica 
Lombard Ammi C. 18 Lewis wharf 
Osgood John II. 65 Hawley 

Pulverized Sugar. 
MARJORAM J. W. W. 65 Haver- 
hill (see adv. page 622) 
Pumps. 
Dalton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 
Foster & Ro'bv, 180 Commercial 
Grundy J. & Co. 20 Haw lev 
HAWKS & KERSEY (rotary), Sec- 
ond, corner E (see adv. p. 629) 
HOE R. & CO. (hydraulic), 41 Foun- 

drv 
Litehfield II. T., Lewis, E. B. 
NOIIWALK IRON WORKS, Geo. 
D wight, Jr., treas. 108 Sudbury 
(steam, see adv. page 69 7) 
Paul George K. & Co. 64 Union 
Puffer A. I). 38 Portland 
Bice Albert L. (Johnson's force), 5 

Merchants row 
Rice Henry D. 3 Hawkins 
STEARNS GEO.L. & CO. 129 Milk 

(see adv. page 630) 
Sto 



STANTON I). N. & J. C. 23 Mer- 

chants Exchange 
TURNER, KIDNEY, & CO., :;i 

State (see adv. p. 788) 

Railroad Spikes. 
Sylvester B. E. & Co. 81 State 
Tremont Nail Co., II. P. Tobey, 23 

Broad 
WILLIAMS & PAGE, 91 Water 

Railroad Supplies. 
DEVEREUX A. F. & CO. 8 Central 

(see adv. page 624) 
Dunbar George & Co. 51 Devonshire 
Gay Calvin. 3L> Federal 
Lang-W. Bailey & Co. 9 Liberty sq. 
Lucas E. G. & Co. 13 Battervmareh 
Phillips J. C. 103 Commercial 
Roueil A. L. & Co. 103 Commercial 
Stevenson & Peirson, 48 Kilby 
Sherburne & Co. 51 Water [ter 

Whitney, Bridges, & Stearns. 72 Wa- 
WTLLIAMS & PAGE, 91 Water 

Rattans, &c. 
WAKEFIELD C. 36 Canal and 131 
Friend 

Reading Rooms. 

Athenaeum, Beacon 

Boston Public Library, Boylston 

Boston Young Men's" Christian Asso- 
ciation, 5 Tremont Temple 

Church Reading Room, 10 Studio 
building 

Mechanic Apprentices' Library Asso- 
ciation, 26 West 

Mercantile Library Association, 16 
Summer 
j Merchants Exchange, 55 State 



one Henry N. (ship and others), New-Church Reading Room, 21 Brom- 
132 Commercial field fbuildinT 



WIS WALL II. M. 46 Congress (ro- 
tary force, see adv. p. 791) 

Pump and Block Makers. 
Bagn ill & Loud, 139 Fulton 
Francis & Lovell, 52 India wharf 
Furnas II. 251 Commercial 
Greenville ('has. A., Mav'ek wharf 
Peirce Jonathan, 239 Commercial 
Shelton Thomas J. 274 Broad 
Thompson & Lleam, 154 Broad 

Radiators, (Heating.) 
CAMPBELL, WIIITTIER, & CO 

5 7 Bromfieid (see adv. page 759) 
Ologston Thos.-S. & Co. 80 and 82 Sud- l 

burv 



Republican Reading Room, rear Joy's 

Real-Estate Agents. 
Aldcn & Stewart, 6S74 Wa.-diington 
Alexander J. L. & Co. 31 Wash. 
Allen E. E. & Co. 31 Exchange, 
Bailey G. H. & Co. 20 State, room 10 
Baker A. P. 46 School 
Baker K. W. 8 Joy's Building 
Bannister & Co. 96 Tremont 
BARNES F. G. & CO. 18 City Ex- 
change (see adv. page 96) 
Baxter Francis J. 4 7 Congress. 
I Bearse Austin. 23 State 



Washburn W. 7 Change avenue 
Railroad Contractors. 
Broad & Ward, 13 Exchange 
Evans Wm. 48 Winter 
Evans W. J. R. 48 Winter 

Gore Bn.s. & Co. 6 Traveller building J Brown Bros. 9 State 
Mun-on N, C. 13 Studio building " i Butterfield G. 9 State 



Bedee E. E. & Co. 20 State, room I" 
Bird, Wheelock, & Co. 13 Tremonl 

row 
! Bliss Samuel T. & Co. 122 Wash. 

! Blood Ch;is. S. 139 Broadway 

i Brooks & Co. 32 Congress 

I Brooks & Co. 31 School, room 5 



REAL ESTATE AGENTS — RESTAURANTS, ETC. 



517 



Carr T. M. & Co. 81 Washington 
CHAPIN GEO. II. & CO. 20 Scol- 
lay's building (farm, see page G05) 
Churchill & Benson, 59 Washington 
Clark I. P. 113 Washington 
CL15LAND WM. 84 Washington (see 

adv. p. 795) 
Cotting Charles U. 81 Wash, room 2 
Curtis James F. 2 Merchants Exeh. 
Cushman E. A. 538 Washington 
Dingley J. T. 523 Washington 
Dorr 0. II. 8c S. 60 State" 
Drury C. F. 106 Court 
Edmunds C. 32 Congress 
Eldredge C. W. 30 Court 
Emery George V. 32 Congress 
Fiske'O. W. 32 Congress 
FRENCH J. 80 Washington (partic- 
ular attention paid to the care of 
Real Estate and collection of rents) 
French II. &. Co. 102 Washington 
Graves W. II. & Co. 19 Tremont row 
GRAY JAMES, 4 Scollay's building 
Harrington John J. 9 Merchants row 
Haskins & Woodward, 18 Exchange 
Hichborn George R. ik Co. 1 Scollay's 

building 
Hunting E. A. 3 School 
HYDE J, F. C. 2 Court square 
IDE & WILDER, 7 Tremont row 
Jeffries John, jr. 17 City Exchange 
Johnson A. S. 3 School 
KIXGSLEY GARDNER P. 17 State, 
and 1 Devonshire(see adv. p. 617) 
Kyle & Briggs, 9 State 
Lakeman J. 51 Commercial 
Leavitt & Hunnewell. 49 Congress 
Loringl. W. & Co. 5 Kilby 
Lurvey J. T. 8 Bromficld 
Maguire P. & Co. 74 Washington 
Marshall M. S. 8 Bromfield 
MATHER II. II. 90 Washington 
Mayo II. L. & Co. 49 Tremont 
Merriam G. 51 Harrison avenue 
Merrick G. & Co. 129 Washington 
Monks R. J. 8 Congre-s square 
Navlor & Wing, 140 Court 
NlLES C. E. & CO. 9 Merchants 
row, room 5 frow, room 8 

NILES S. D. & CO. 9 Merchants 
Norman James S. 1 9 7 ^ Wash. 
Paul L. C. & Co. 17 State 
Potter. P>ostwick. & Boyd, 95 V Wash. 
Proctor 1). A. 763 Federal [10 State 
Quincy W. II. 6c Co. 56 Wash, and 
Read J. Staeev, 13 Tremont row 
R.ad S. Tyler & Co. 19 Mer. Exeh. 
Richardson J. C. M Washington 
Roche & Co. 15 Marshall 
Russell S. II. m Doane 
Smith & Litchfield, 3 Tremont row 
Spinn '.• E. B. .\: Co. 15 Congress 
SWETT NASON, 96 Washington 
Stevens & Howe, 9 Merchants row 
Thatcher 1). & Co. 538 Washington 



I Thaxterfc Wilson, 10 School 
: Thompson .N: Iladh-y. 70 State 

Tuckerman ( i. W. '.'7 South 
! \'inal Albert, 13 Tremont row 
1 Ward II. B. 2 Court sq. Tudor bl'd 

WELLS .& POWER. 21 School, 
room 2 (see adv. pajje 605) 

Williams G. Foster, is State 

Wilson, Bannister, & Vining, 7 Scol- 
lay's building 

Windsor, Leonnrd, & Co. 15 Marshall 

Winuett J. & Co. 9 State 

Winslow II. M. & Co. 150 Hanover 

Bectifiers. 
BacharachM. B. & Son, 36 N. Market 
Clifford S. W. 5 7 Commercial 
FELTON & WATERS, 229 State 

(see adv. page 636) 
Fowle C. S. 230 State 
Gibson J., Sons', & Co. U7 Broad 
LAWRENCE D. & S< >XS. 555 Com- 
mercial (see adv. page 63 7) 
Patten James & Co. 35 Fulton 
Pollard M. S. P. 230 State 
Stanley D. A. 166 and 168 Comml 
Wright Wm. A. & Co. 48 India 

Reflector Manufacturer. 
Frink I. P. 21 Eliot 

Refrigerators. 
Curtis & Cobb, 34* Washington 
DOVER STAMPING CO. 88 and 

90 North 
Eddy Darius, 16 Bromfield 
Harnden S. & Son, 14 Canal 
Roberts Ilenrv A. 30 Bromfield 
STEARNS N. C. 16 Bromfield (see 

adv. page 622) 
Waterman J. G. 5 and 7 Essex 

Regalia Manufacturers. 

Bent, & Push, Washington, cor. Court 

POLLARD ,x LEI G IITON, 6 Court 
(see adv. page 604) 
Regulators, or Governors. 

AMERICAN WATER-; WHEEL 
CO.. A. Warren, agent, 31 Ex- 
change (see adv. page 633) 
Reporter. 

Pember Jay Read, 2 Niles Block 
Restaurants, &c. 

Aiders Adolph, 7 Lindall 

Angier C. W. 54 Court 

At wood R. F. M. 2 Bowdoln sq. blk. 

Badger & Garland, 34 Brattle 

Ba-ifev P. II. 54 Portland 

Bailey J. J. & C II- P4 Lincoln 

Ball & Roberts, Blackstone, c. Cross 

Bates JobT. 94 Sudbury 

Bearse F. H., X. E. cor. F. II. mk't 

Blanc F. A. 4 Winter place 

Bockelman John II. 38] Federal 

Boynton & Cunio, 2 Wilson lane 



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Restaurants, etc. — continued. 
Boynfon II. L. Mrs. 7 Federal court 
Braekett Jane Mrs. 110 Union 
Brigham P. B. 95 Court 
Brigham R. B. 470 and 4 72 Wash. 
Brock W. W. & Co. 45 So. Market 
Brooks O. II. 71 Court 
Brown II. II. & Co. 74 Kingston 

Brockwav , 35 Leverett 

Brown II. O. 254 State 
Brownell & Wing. 4 Brattle 
Brownrig John, 312 and 314 Comm'l 
Cahoon & Phinney, 3 7 No. Market 
Campbell & Blanch'ard, 10 Wilson lane 
Campbell & Coverly, G Wilson lane 
Canny P. 415 Hanover 
Carnev B. W. 674 Washington 
Chandler C. N. 31 Water 
Church James A. 121 Cambridge 
Coburn Mrs. C. 204 Washington 
Connor Win. -E. foot Hanover * 
Constant Wm. Simpson's Dock, Mar- 
ginal, E. B. 
Corey & Green, 5 Lewis. E. B. 
Coy Brothers, 15 North Market 
Currier Henry M. 15 Avon place 
Cushing E. 54 Long wharf 
Day N. 19 Bovlston 
De Coster E. 90 Lincoln 
Devlin T. 739 Federal 
Doane D. 322 Washington 
Donaher J. F. 22 Lancaster 

Dotidican , 87 Merrimac 

Drake George Francis. 5 Bovlston 
Egan M. C. 233 \ Federal 
Edgerly O. S. 10 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Kdgerly & Paine, 32 Merchants row 
Egerton Jas. 21 F. II. mkt. (cellar) 
Kgertoti W. L. & Co. 19 Bromtield' 
Ellenger F. 84 Court 
Fink & Tarbox, 27 Maverick sq., E. B. 
Fisher A. W. & L. E. 6 Lindall 
Fisk M. M. 9 Lewis, E. B. 
Fitch & Nolan, 1177 Washington 
FONTAUIVE J. J. MRS. 1 Spring 
^ lane, cor. Wash, (see adv p. 614) " 
Foss Ivory II., Meridian, c. Lexington 
Frost M.,' Worcester Depot 
Glien Samuel, 169 Commercial 
Gilson & Towne, 7 k Bowdoin square 
Gottsehalk Ernst, 7", 9, and 11 Prov- 
ince 
Hall C. F. & F. II. 5 and 7 Sudbury 
Hallett Wm. A. loot. Commerce 
tlanley P. T. 15 Devonshire 
Harding .Joshua B. 93 State and 14 

Doane 
Harrington G. Mrs. U^Sehool 
HeehinLTer X. 4 7 Hanover 
LlessJohn, 56 Brattle 
Higgins 11. II. & J. S. 126 Court 
Hill S. E. 698 Washington 
[lobart Joshua, 8 Bowdoin square 
Human W. 30G Broad 
Horan J. 3 and 4 Court square 



j Hovey M. 1000 Washington 
| Howard L. G. 63 Causeway 

Hunt & Cheney, S. E. «•. F. II. mkt. 
| Jameson Thomas, 1 Spring lane 
Janes Caleb J. 44 Long wharf 
Jenness John, 1 Corn court, F. Ll.-sq. 

south side 
Johnson E. W. 374 Washington 
Kendall S. E. & Co. 8 Congress sq. 
Kimball Chas. II. G Post-ofliee avenue 
j Klesa John, 1 Winthrop place 
! Knox Dan'l B. 21 and -j;; Union mkt. 
! Langiey II. J. 248 Broad 
Learned I. M. & Co. 31 Congress 
Leary T. J. 10 Tremont 
Lewis Paul P. 35!J Commercial 
Libby Gibbins, 92 Eliot 
Locke O. B. 71 Corn hill 
Lombard A. R., Clinton, c. Blackstone 
Marston 8c Co. 23 to 2 7 Brattle 
Mayhew '& Comey, Beach, c. South 
Menzel John N. 127 Summer 
Messenger Bros. 55 Bromtield 
Miles C. W. 46 North Market 
Moore Samuel C. 50 Court 
Morrill & Onthank, 41 N. Market 
Moulton G. W. 2 Bedford 
Mundy J. 11. Mrs., Old Colony Depot 
Nesbitt Mary, Lewis, c. Marginal, E. B. 
Newton & Park, 105 Causeway 
Newton Woodman W. 52 7 Wash. 
Norris & Baxter, opposite 34 India 
Norris Bros. 5 Water 
Oliver Washington L. 1'5 7 Comm'l 
Oldham J. & Co. 11 Traveller bldg. 
Paine George A. 75 Washington 
Peabody J. A. 112 F. II. market 
Pearson & Co. 118 Union 
j Perkins Edward &: Co. 39 Congress 
I Phinney & Taylor, 2 Comm'l wharf 
Pickart Peter M. oo Green 
Pratt Levi, 6 7 Haverhill 
Presho C. D. & I. H. 12 City Hall avc. 
Richardson Wm. E. 5 Eliot 
Reichardt G. R. 415 Washington 
Roche William, 10S Causeway 
Roessle John F. 2 Bovlston 
Roirers Wm. 2 Franklin avenue 
Roos Philip II. 2 Winter place 
Russell Solomon P. 6 7 Causeway 
Rust Nathaniel, 5 Bromfield 
Sanders Joseph, 158 Broad 
Savage Albert L. 531 Washington 
Saville & Day, 61 Bromtield 
Schrochmann Franz, 16 Harrison 

avenue 
Seaver B. F. 32 Bra' tie 
Shaw Ira B. 51 Bromfield 
Smith J. R 1 and 5 Henry, E. B. 
Smith T II. 15 and 21 Lindall 
Spaulding II. H. i:;:> Blackstone 
Speidel Leopold, Water, cor. Wash. 
Stowell A. II. 3 Bromfield 
Stumeke Henry, 13 Brattle 
Trainer Wui. J. 735 Washington 



RESTAUPwANTS, KTC. — SAFES. 



51!) 



Twit hell Georgre, 129 Commercial 
Usher J. P. Williams market 
Warren C. \V. 40 Faneuil Hall s<p 
Wan-en E A ward K 286 Broad 
Watkins E. E. 102 Lincoln 
Webster Joan, 343 Hanover 
Wfvmouth Chas D. 15 'J Broad 
Wheeler & Walton, B. & M. R. R. 

depot 
Whitehouse C. II. 63 Eastern avenue 
Whitney A. B. 61 Beach 
Whiting Charles A. 16 Marshall 
Wyman Win. II. . rear 44 Long wji 
Wridit B. S. & Co. 81 Cour 



PAGE SAM'L & SOX | Liberty sq, 
Parker C. S., Sons, & ( '<>• 100 Charles. 

5 Liberty sq. and 23 Stat- (metal) 
Pleadwell John. 28.J ('■ nt»a1 
Riley Hugh's Sons, 94 Beverly 
Sticknev J. W. & Co. 61 Uroad 
| Storey J. C. & Co., First, n. L\ and 10 
Sta'te 
Suffolk and Middlesex Mastic R o - 
ing Co. 53 N. Market, J. S. Sawyer 
WASHBURN B. I). 131 Congress, 
(see adv. page 610) 

Rotary Force Pumpa. 
Wiswall II. M. agent, 46 Congress 
(see adv. page 791) 

Rubber Goods. 
Atlantic Rubber Co., Wm. R. Bag- 
nail, supt. 9 Green 
BOSTON BELTING CO., Summer, 
c. Chauncy (see adv. front eol'd p.) 
Boston Rubber Shoe Co.. E. S. Con- 
verse, treas. 6 7 Congress 
Brazilian Rubber Store. 'Z0 School 
Burr Henry W. 71 Congress 
CLAPPC. M. & CO. 37 Milk (see 

adv. page 791) 
Hale Alfred & Co. 23 School 
Hall IT. A. & Co. 86 Congress, 85 

Milk, and 29 School 
i Haves C. 2G School 
SpencerRepeat.ngR.il, Co., Cluck- IIUNT , LYON, & CO. 2G Devon- 
ermgs budding, n. Roxbury line. sbire (gee ady pag ,, 7n!J) 



Gear J. W. 274 Washington 
Howorth & Pierce, 2G Kneeland 

Ribbons. 
Case & Armin, 10 and 16 Arch (im- 
porters) 
Mann John & Co. 222 Washington 
Vinal Samuel S. 288 Washington 

Rice Mills. 
Boston Rice Mills, 11 Sar_rent's whf. 
Lombard Rice Mill, 15 Union whf. 
Ri hardson W. II. 23 India 
Suffolk Rice Mills, 33 Lewis whf. 
Rifle Manufacturers. 



Riggers. 
Hartley Geo. W , As pin wall's wf. E. B- 
Co.vin & Chessman, Lead Com'l whf 

north side 
Hay den & Crafts, 15 Foster's wharf 
Low Albert B. 266 Commercial and 

head People's Ferry, E. B. 
Low F. &: Co . Union wharf [E. B. 
Miller John H. & Co. Niekerson's wf. 
Parker & .Johnson, Lewis, n. Ferry 
Wilson & Billtnah, 81 Commercial 

Roofing. 
ALLEN SAMUEL II. 39 Haverhill 

(,-ee adv. p. 602) 
American Roofing Co., J. W. T. 

Stodder, treas. 75 Kilby, and order 

box '2H State 
Bailev James T. 23 State 
BOSTON ROOFING CO., D. W. 

Bailey, agt, S. Carruth, treas. 16 

Central (see adv. pa-je 7 71) 
COCHRANE.CHARLESW & CO. 

64 Broad (st«e adv. front colored p.) I 
Edwards J. C. & Co. 274 Commercial! 

Faniuhir John x Son, 18 East ; ,. 

pi. J , ..-., r i , , • v Sprague I. fc Co. b5 l>e\or»Mtire 

Gla>s.Jame*, 2a2 rederal (;in) liV-ir *• i» , •> • k'iH.v 

ii i- ir i c>o t i Williams & rope, 2.J tYiiirv 

Hawkins *c I la wiev, bij ivier ! 

NEW ENGLAND FELT ROOF- Sales. 

ING CO. HmUiwh^um ^H-MHes, L. ! Bacon S. T. 1010 Washington 

L. VVillcutt. treas. 5 Liberty sq. (see j Callender Benj. & Co. (patent alum; 

adv. page 7 71) i 82 Federal 



Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
MANHATTAN RUBBER CO., S. 

D. Bennett, pres. 50 Milk (see adv. 

paae 796) 
N. Y. Belting & Packing Co., E. S. 

Goodwin, agent, 9 7 Water 
Turner Thomas A. 50 Milk 
Union Elastic Goods Co., ILA.Aylii g 

treas. 109 Essex 

Rubber Shoes. 
Boston Rubber Shoe Co. 6 7 Con-iresa 
Hyde, Hutchinson. & Co. 7-H Milk 
Hunt 1). 88 Milk * [Pearl 

New Brunswick Rubber Co. 103 
Jaquith, Sticknev. & Wales, a 7 Pearl 
Wales, Emmons, & Co. 173 Pearl 

Saddlery. 
(See Harness Matt rs.) 
Saddlery Hardware. 
Foster & Colburn. 123 Milk 
Holt J. 98 Union 

Kurtz, Swallow. & Coffin, 59 Milk 
Loring David W. L25 Mdk 
Sabin & Page, 92 and 94 Milk 



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BOSTON BUSINESS D I It EC TORY. 



Soft's — continued. 

DEMO, ROBERTS. & CO. Cause- 
way, cor. Friend (see adv. inside 
back cover) 

Edwa r da & Kershaw, Green, c. Pitts 

Fairbanks, Brown, & Co. 118 Milk 

Gay lord C. A. 62 Sudburv 

McLAUTHLIN G. T. & CO. 120 
Fulton 

Mor^e E. R. 74 Sudbury 

REYNOLDS GEORGE B. 131 
Federal (see adv. front colored p.) 

Smith G. W. cs: F. 400 Federal 

TILTON & McFARLAND, 103 
Sudbury (see adv. front colored p.) 

Treniont Safe & Machine Co. A. 
Ilardv. agent. 32 School 

TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 Win- 
ter (see adv. page 643) 

Sailmakers. 

Alexander R. R. 190 Commercial 
Amerige Henry. 1 Commercial whf 
Blanev & Lowell. 234 Commercial 
B ewer & Wheeler, 270 Broad 
Burrill A. S. 07 Commercial 
('handler & Cousens, 27 Commercial 
Chessman <$: Daman, 51 Commercial 
Child & Crocker, 2 North Market 
Clapp George F. 21 Commercial 
Crocker & Otis, 105 Commercial 
Cashing II. G. 86 Commercial 
Day Charles, 304 Commercial 
Delano & Taylor, 6 T wharf 
Devereux John N. 122 Central 
Dicks & Potter, 132 Broad 
Kverdean c\: Hioton, 291 Commercial 
Friend R. 152 Commercial 
Hall Joseph, 122 Commeivial 
Hutchinson 6c Rogers. 13 Commercial 
Kemp 6c Benson, 35 Commercial 
Kinsman Go. & Co. 31 Commercial 
Kingman & Robinson, 102 Comm'l 
Lamprell 6c Marble, 35 7 Commercial 
Loriog Jonathan & Son, 300 Comm'l 
Lund A. J. 415 Commercial 
Martin Benjamin T. 21 Commercial 
M art in James &Sonj 114 Commercial 
Matthews Geo. & Co. 65 Commercial 
McM mus'J. II. 21 Commercial wharf 
Miller Robert. 208 Broad 
Mori- J. L. 3o4 Commercial 
Nort >n I), jr. 6 Rowe's wharf 
Palfrey & Pratt. 89 Commercial 
Pinkham Edwin, 223 Commercial 
P-inee ,\ B ik( r. 22 India wharf 
Rich Zenas 1). 130 Commercial 
Sillbway 6c Lothrop, 31 7 Commercial 
Soule C. II. 73 Commercial 
Southward E. F. 38 X. Market 
YALE R M. 11 Commercial (tents 
and awning!?, see adv. page 645) 

Salt Stores. 
Baker N. W. 42 Eons wharf 



Baker & Downes, 200 Stale 
Bent Albert A. »s Lo^g wharf 
Clark Albert P. 6c Co. 218 State and 

27 Commerce 
Freeman & Sears, 228 State [wh. 
Holbrook Edward, 51 and 52 Long 
Nickerson Edward G. 4*2 Long wharf 
Oakea Edward & Co. 51 Long wharf 
Oakes James, 49 Long wharf 
Peck & Ford. 22 Commerce and 206 

State 
Robinson G. C. 8 Commercial 
Vinson & Co. 51 Commercial 

Sand. {House.) 
Bolton J. W. 524 Commercial 
Davis J. A. 444 Federal 
WINGATE W. A. 198 Broad (hair 
and sand, see adv. page 770) 

Sand Paper. 
BAEDER & ADAMSON, 18 Black- 
stone (manufs., see adv. page 631) 
Upton & Co. 51 Kilby 

Sash Makers. 

(See Door, Blind, and Sash Makers.) 

Sash and Blind Makers' Sup- 
plies. 
WASHBURN B. D. 131 Congress 
(see adv. page 640) 

Saw Filers and Repairers 
Bernev & Burrill. 45 Haverhill 
Burrill Seth.jr. 234 Federal 
Hill Benjamin, 753 Washington 
Orne W. II. 74 Haverhill 
Orne & Inghram, 92| Beverly and 

37 F. II. square 
Sullivan L. 46 Maverick square, E. B. 

Saw Machines. 
Smith G. W. & F. 409 Federal 

Saw Manufacturers. 

Collamore & Co. 26 N. Market (wood) 
Ellis Saw Companv,86 Federal(wood) 
GRIFFITHS C1IAS. & CO. 145 
and 14 7 Federal (see adv. page 78.0) 
Henshaw & Co. 31 Exchange 
HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundn street 
IIUSSEY, WELLS, & CO. agent* 
for R. Hoe & Co. 139 and 141 Fed- 
eral (see adv. page 6 2 1) 
Orne & Inghram, !>2} Beverly 
Patent Wood Saw Co. 55 Kilbv 
WELCH & GRIFFITHS, 145 and 
147 Federal (see adv. page 78.0) 

Sawing and Planing. 

I Abbott J. F. 35 Haverhill 

! Bay State MouhUiis! Mill, Joseph F. 
Paul, prop. 44 1 'Fremont 

I BOSTON PLANING & MOULD- 
ING MILL. John A Robertson. 

i prop. 393 Federal (sec adv. p. r73) 



SAWING AND PLANING SEWING MACHINES. 



521 



Everett Willard & Co., First, bet. E 
and F [bion 

HITCHCOCK & SKINNER, 75 A1-- 

Ki'ating J. F. 96 Portland 

LITTLEHALE & DRAKE, 94i 
Ijtica (piano work, see adv. p. 773) 

Mahonev J. F. (fret.) 48 Albany 

MANSON & PETERSON, 88 Bor- 
der (sweep and fret, see adv. p. b' 1 9) 

McLaren, Bennett, & Co. Border, cor. 
Decatur, E. B. 

McNUTT JOHN J. (Novelty Wood- 
works), Wareham and Maiden (see 
adv. page 7 7 7) 

Paul Joseph F. 441 Tremont 

Pierce S. II. L., First, corner B 

Pit ATT DAVID G. 58 to 64 Albany 
(sec adv. pa^e 7S2) 

STACKPOLE J. B. 45 Sudbury (see 
adv. pages 7 71 and 7 72) 

Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, c. Friend 

WOOD & CHESTER, 18 and 21 
Harvard place (see adv. page 644) 
Sawmill Manufacturers. 

CAMPBELL, WHITTIER, & CO. 
57 Bromiield (see adv. page 759) 

Globe Works, John Souther, pres., 
First, corner A 

Scales and Balances. 

DRAKE O. P. & CO. 6 and 8 Bed- 
ford, (see adv. panfe 789) 

Fairbanks, Brown, & Co. 118 Milk 

Howard E. & Co. 114 Tremont 

HOWE SCALE CO. 131 Federal 
(see adv. front colored page) 

Preston W. B. 20 F. II. square 

REYNOLDS GEO. B. 131 Federal 
(see adv. front colored) 

Stephenson L. & Co. 104 Water 

WALKER P. II. & CO. 6 Faneuil 
Hall sq. (see adv. page 614) 
Sconery, ( Theatrical.) 

WELD & BOY SON. 390 Tremont 
(see adv. page 7 74 ) 

School-house Furnituro. 
HASKELL W. O. & SON, 34 Canal 
Ross ,1. L. 4 2 Chardoti. opp. Hawkins 
Shattuck William G. 108 Fulton 

Sculptors. 
Bracket* E. A. 24 Tremont row 
Carew Joseph. 502 Tremont 
King J. C. 221 Washington 
Milmore Martin, 51 Studio building 

Scat Engravers. 

BARNES WILLIAM 11. 74 Wash- 
ington (sec adv. page 794) 

DODl.E & POWER, Pearl Street 
House (see adv. pasji! 790) 

MERRIAM & CO. IS awl 19 Brattle 
square (sen adv. page 623) 

Mitchell H. 5 Trcnx-nt 

Smith W. H. 95] Washington 



Seal Presses. 
BARNES WILLIAM II. 71 W.. h- 

ington (see adv. p ige 7!" i ) 
MERRIAM & CO. is Brattle square 

(toad, see adv. page 'iL'.'t ) 
Sargent George B. 13 Haverhill 
Tremont Sate and Machine Co., A. 

Hardy, agent, 32 School 

Sealers' Weights & Measures. 
Cadogan .John 1)., Citv Hall 
Moulton C. J. B., City Hall 

Second-Hand Stores. 

Griffith Barry, 200 Friend (variety) 

Hastings Albert W. 14 2 Friend (build- 
ing materials) 

Hayes M. 37 Charlestown (building 
materials) 

Stirason J. & Co. 35 Portland (build- 
ing materials) 

Seed Stores. 
Ames Plow Co., Quincy Hall 
Bingham O. A. & Co. 16 Federal 
Blanehard & Emerson, 190 State 
Bowditeh A. C. 43 Tremont 
Breek Joseph & Son. 51 N. Market 
Curtis & Cobb, 348 Washington 
Davenport G. & Co. 145 Milk 
Doogue William, 12 Warren. 
Greenwood & Lincoln. 7 Broad 
Hovev & Co. 53 N. Market 
PARKER, GANNETT, & OS- 
GOOD, 49 North Market and 46 
Merchants row (see adv. p. 606) 
Sehlegel A. & Co. 10 South Market 
Washburn «Sc Co. 100 Tremont 
Wells B. T. 7 Water 

Settees. 
HASKELL WILLIAM O. & SON, 

34 Canal 

Sewing Machines. 
.ETNA SEWING MACHINE. G. 

W. Fobs, 332 Washington (sec adv. 

page 790) 
Arnold E. 44 Hanover 
Bangs Zenas, 69 Hanover 
Bradford E. F. 7 and 9 Spring lane 
BUTTERFIELD & HAVEN. 26 

Pearl (wax thread, see adv. p. 796) 
Chickering & Bean, 19 Harvard pi. 

(wax thread improvements) 
Clapp J. D. 6c Co. 146 Court 
Cushraan E. A. 538 Washington 
Elliptic Sewing Machine. C H. Coflin, 

2i>2 Washington 
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co., 

34 Summer 
Johnson A. F. ,\: Co. 334 Washington 
Leavitt Rut'iis, 8 Gore block 
LEAVITT SEWING MACHINE 

AGENCY, Merriam v\ Norton, 

agents, 104 Tremont (see adv. page 

610) 



522 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Se win?/ Much in es — co ntin ued. 
Me Kay Sewing Machine Association, 

(.onion McKav, treas. 2 Bath 
Nagle E. J. 2 Spring lane 
A. h. Wax Thread Sewing Machine 

rear 76 Sudbury 
PARKER SEWING MACHINES, 
■S. W. Iloilges, general agent, 106 
Aremont (see adv. pa-re 7861 
PATCH C. & CO. 141 Washington 

(see adv. page 645) 
PtUMMJBKeSc WILDER, 59 Brom- 
, r , • ( see a<lv - back colored pa^e) 
I he Singer Manufacturing Co., Zenas 

Bangs, agent, 60 Hanover 
Stern & Co. in Water 
TAfNTEU GEORGE, 151 Wash. 
Wallace B. D. 144 Washington 
Weed Sewing Machine Co. 349 

Washington, J. II. Fowler, aoent 
W HEELER & WILSON, II. C. Har- 
den, agent. 228 Washington (see 
adv. front colored pa<re > ) 
WILCOX & GIBBS, A. B. Lincoln, 

WIRTH& ROOT, 332 -Washington 
(see adv. page 768) 

Sowing-Machine Needles 
HODGES S. W. 106 Tremont(see! 

adv. page 786) v I 

P ATCH C. & CO. 141 Washington 

and Hay market sq. c. Charlestown 

(see adv. page 645) 

WIUHI& ROOT, 332 Washington 
(see adv. page 768) 

Sewing-Machine Repairers. 
Abbott W. W. 76 Sudbury 
Barber L . L. 9 Gore block 

Afield F. P. 1 Harvard place 
t Me^enng & Bea„, 1 9 Harvard pi. 
^•rn^Co. 15 Water 
M aee a D. 68 Union 
W'vni* ROOT, 332 Washington 
C st 'C adv. pag« 768) 

Sowing-Machine Thread and 
Silk. 

Iil"l li !'!•!■• , Vl '''^ 1 earl 

UUi IERHELD & HAVEN, o 6 
1 ear] (-'. >e adv. na.*v 70/n 

JiAV].i,xn«... , IL „:„ t .:,,»^ li 

(see adv. page ^45) 
^"^' r :*'-C-* CO. 41 Summer 

(see adv. page 768) 
Sewing-Silk Manufacturers. 

;-V('iii:LLLRj. ( ..^ ( , ; l!Jlwl 

««ni»a»C. J I. &C0.6 7 Milk 



23 



,il 
tnd 



I Farwell [saac, 1 Bu.ssey place 
Freneh A. VV. 19 Milk 
SEAVEY J. W. C. & CO. 41 Sum- 
mer (see adv page 627) 
Suydam L. D. 84 Milk 

PATCH & CO. 141 Washington (see 
adv. page G 15) 

Sheathing, ( Yellow Metal.) 
Frazer A. A. & Co. 124 State 
roster & Robv, 180 Commercial 
LAZELL, PERKINS. & CO 

^ Broad (see adv. page 7;,.;) 
Revere Copper Co. 97 State 

Ship Bread. 
(See also Bakers.) 
Austin C. F. &Co. 116 Commer. 
-Brewer & Fowle. 68 Commercial 

148 Purchase 
Holder N. & Son. 270 Commercial 

Ship Builders. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, (iron) CI, el- 
sea cor. Marion E. B. (see adv. last 
white page) 
Boole G., Jeffries Point, E. B. 
Briggs E. & II. O., First, ft. K. S. B. 
Curtis, Smith, & Co.. Border, n. White 
Curtis & Tilden, Meridian, c. Condor 
Hall Samuel, Border. E. B. 
Kelly D. D., Kelly's Marine Railway, 

East Boston 
Loring Harrison (iron steamships), 

First, near M, Citv Point. S B. 
MAYNARD JAS. A.. Xeu. corner 

Maverick (see adv. pa«r« 770) 
McKAY & ALDUS, Border, corner 

Maverick 
McKay Donald, Border, near Eagle 
Sampson & Co., Crowley's whf. E. B 
Taylor J. 214 Meridian" 
Townsend James L., Border, E. B. 

Shipbuilders' Supplies. 
Foster & Ruby, 1 78 Commercial 

Ship Chandlers. 
Bakers & Humphrey. 99 Commercial 
j Baker J. & Co. 79 Commercial 
j Barnes D. 391 Commercial 
Bartlett Henrv & Co. 6 Central whf. 
BEAL BENJ. F. 4 Central wharf 
Brooks H. C. & Co. 6 7 Comm'l wharf 
Carver R. 181 Charlestown 
Curtis Franklin. 51 India 
Fearing, Rodman, & Co. 1 70 State 
Gammans J. jr. 7."; Commercial 
Gilmore, Kingsbury, & Co. 142 Com'] 
Hinckley Bros. & Co. 174 Comm'l 
Mayo & Tarr, 1 13 Commereial 
Mayo, Tyler, Haley, & Co. 61 Comm'l 
Nirkerxm Joseph ,\ Co. '»;, Coimn'l 
Pendleton & Rose. 308 Broad 
Pitcher, Fuller. & Co. HM C<»nnii'l 
Rich Jo!,,, ,s; Co. lot Commer 1 d 
llyik'v 11 II. \ Co. 71 Coiiuiivn ial 



SHIP CHANDLERS — SHIPWRIGHTS 



AND C4LKER3. 



Ryder & Ilardv. 03 Commercial 

WHirONBRO,&qo.3l Comni'l 

Ship Fixtures. 
Stone II. X. 132 Commercial 

Ship Joiners. 
BickfonI XL 315 Commercial 
Donnell II. J) I8fi Broad 
Donnell Wiili am E. 205 Commercial 
Kent _Barker B. 303 Commercial 
HANSON & PETERSON, Bo„] CP| 
mT" „^t ur ( see ^v. page 619) 
McK.e William & Co., Border, E B 
McLaren, Bennett, & Co. 92 Border 

SlAClvPOLE J. B. 45 Sudbury (see 

adv. pages 7 71 and 7 72) 
Turner Otis, Kelly's wharf E B 
Ventress M. 232 Broad 

Shipping Offices. 
Buckley J. II. 252 Commercial 
Church L & Co. 166 Commercial 
Currant J. p. 218 Commercial 
* uker Lrancis, 146 Commercial 

llukerJos.ahC. 146 Commercial 
Grifhn E. 188 Commere 

Harding N&Co. 114 Commercial 
Hudnett Urn. 2-12 Commercial 

g. 00 P e rA lb r ^ 166 Commercial 
Kimball J. H. 234 Commercial 
Kuhn George H. 110 Commercial 
M T f eM ^ A - 248 Commercial 
Mclntyre R. 238 Commercial 
Means & Ray, 98 Commercial 
Smith & Adams, 194 Commercial 
Stephenson^ Kelley, 102 Comm'l 
^? k b - 2?2 Commercial 
Wiili«BJ.E..& Co. 158 Commercial 
Wright Thomas, 230 Commercial 
Shipsmiths. 

BassettZ& Son. 13 Extern avenue 
Bateman II T 356 Commercial 

cial, and Marginal, E B 
G^bold & Son Battery wharf and 

1<6 Broad, and Marginal, E B 
Goopis M, Border, cor. Lexington 
gV^ayJ., Border, near Decftur 
Hathaway S. & Co., Border, near Cen- 

tral square 

Howe Averill, & Co. 21 Eastern ave. 
and Tufts wharf, E. B. and Simp- 
son's dry dock, Marginal P 

Keniston J. & J. R. BoVder E R 

Lema„ G II. and J. G. 236* Broad 
ana European wharf F B 

Lewis J. W. ss Richmond 

Miscncr B. Lewis n «. ,,- j^ 

\r . ., v ; miner, n. London 

N ^^,'-""---— '•• oppose Liv- 

Ship Stores. 
A 'am, & Webber, 4? Long wharf 



Allison & Mason, 310 Broad 
Baker J. & Co. 79 Commercial 

Bakers & Humphrey, 99 f ,„,„,,! 

BEAL BENJ. F. 4 Central who, 
Billings George, 8 Lewis wharf 
Bliss James, 349 Broad 
£™ksH.< C. & Co. 4 Lewis wharf 
COGGINS C.&CO. 5 T wharf 
Curtis Franklin, 51 India 
Davis .John ,* Son, 204 Commercial 
Eaton Charles F. 45 Lorn* wharf 
Gammans J.jr. 75 Commercial 
Kendal! C. C. 40 Fulton 
Mahan Benj. 50 Eon- wharf- 
Marsh \V. H. 302 Commercial 
Mayo &Tarr, 113 Commercial 
Mayo, Tyler, Haley, & Co. 64 Comm'l 
Miller Bros. & Willis. 228 Bro I 
Nickerson F. W. 12 Commercial w .1 
lendleton & Rose, 308 Broad 
Perry A. B. & Co. 23 2 State 
Pitcher, Fuller, & Co. 200 Commercial 
Hummer H. N. & E. L. 133 Central 

wharf 
Rich John & Co. 104 Commercial 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 Stare 
Rogers A. C. & Co. 14 Comm'l wharf 
Ryder E. II. & Co. 71 and 7;; Comm'l 
Ryder & Hardy, 63 Commercial 
Seates Alvah, 46 Long wharf 
Snow & Sampson, 136 Commercial 
Shute Chas. J. 4 70 and 172 Comm'l 
Stearns Charles H. 410 Commercial 
Stone Nathaniel, 232 Commercial 

Ship Timber. 
Haskins W. & Son, 107 State 
Huckins P. S. & J. B. Bowker's whf. 

East Boston 
JONES HENRY & CO. 32 Con-. 

(see adv. page f)3S) 
Trickey & Jewett, 107 State 

Ship Trimmings and Fasten- 
ings. 
Robinson G. VV. & Co. 48 Richmond 

Shipwrights and Calkers. 
Adams & Albee, 299 Commercial 
Alexander R. S. 125 Commercial 
Brown & Lovell, G'S Sumner. K. B. 
Costigan Edward A. 353 Commercial 
Darton William, 398 Commercial 
Davis & Fredson, Marginal, n. Simp- 
son's dock, E. B. 
Delano B. F. & Co. head Lincoln's whf. 
Dolbeare E. P. & W. L. 25* Broad 
Dolliver Peter E. rear 2<>5 Comm'l 
Ellis "William J. 31 7 Commercial 
Foster <Sc Leighton, I)art<m's whf. E.B. 
Gallupe Bros. 156 Commercial 
Gove & Choate, Marginal, corner ,l> f- 

fries, E. B. 
Green William F. Border. E. B. 
Kelly, Whidden, cv: Co . West Sumner, 
People's Ferry, E. B. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



SltipwriffhtSy etc. — continual. 
L"vld Joseph, h>ot Sumner, E. B. 
Lnavitt & Storv, 188 Broad 
MANSON & PETERSON, Border, 

cor. Decatur (s-e adv. page 619) 
Piper Joseph L. Garleton's whf. E. B. 
Rollins & Litchfield, 234 Commercial 
Sampson A. & G. T., Marginal, near 

JeftViea 
Samson & Weston. 317 Commercial 
Sprague Wm. B. 284 Commercial 
Turner Chas. E. & Co. 340 Com'l 
Woodside & Peterson, 23 7 Com'l 

Shirts and Collars. 

{See also Gents' Furnishing Goods.) 
Bacon Robert & Co. 327 Washington 
Baynum R. K. M. 113 Washington 
Bo'wen II. B. 158 Washington 
Hamblin & Farr, 50 Hanover and 663 

Washington 
FISHER SIDNEY & CO. 46 & 48 

Federal (travelling, see adv. p. 7 74) 
Cowing Oscar, 176 Washington 
Hay William D. 220 Washington 
Heard & Rickard, 263 Washington 
Hewins & Hollis, 209 Washington 
Howe I. A. 221 Washington 
Lyon Geo. & Co. 158 Washington 
Mieomber Jas. B. 69 Washington 
Merriam Wm. C 243 Washington 
Saver W. II. & Co. 68 Congress 
Sibley Solomon, 31 7 Washington 
Tillson & Woods, 69 Milk 
White S. & Co. 35 Federal 

Shoes. 

{Sec Boots and Shoes.) 

Shoo Buckles. 
UNION SHOE BUCKLE CO., C. 
Eugene Woodman, factor, 1 Pearl, 
cor. Milk (see adv. page 799) 

Shoe Dies. 
AMERICAN SHOE DIE Co., C. 
Eugene Woodman, factor, 1 Pearl, 
cor. Milk (see adv. page 799) 

Shoe Lasts. 
STANDARD SHOE LAST CO., 
C. Eugene Woodman, factor, 1 Pearl 
cor. Milk (see adv. page 799) 

Shoo Machinery and Findings. 
BACHELLERJ. C. & CO. 19 Pearl 
BROOKS & MECUEN, 58 Pearl 

(see adv. pane 608) 
BUTLER E. K. 6s Pearl 
BUTTERFIELD >v HAVEN, 26 

Pearl (see adv. page 796 ) 
COLBURN ISAAC k CO. 72 Milk 

(see adv. page 6ul) 
CRAGIN, PAGE. & CO. 104 Milk 
I>!\ JOS. & CO. 99 Milk & 2 Pearl 
GILSON & WALKER. 117 North 

(lasts, see adv. page 644) 



HOWE JARVIS, 30 Pearl (sec adv. 

page 677) 
MANSFIELD GEO. A. & CO. 36 

Faneuil Hall sq. (see adv. p. 649) 
MARTIN & SWEETLAND, 55 

Pear! (see adv. page 644) 
MERRIAM & NORTON. 104 Tre- 

mont (leather shoe bindings, see 

adv. page G10) 
PATENT SHOE FINDING MAN- 

UFAC. CO. 61 and 63 Haverhill 
PIIINNEY & PHILLIPS, 60 Kilbv 
STEVENS E. M. & CO. 13 Haver- 
hill (shoe pegging) 
UNION SHOE PATTERN CO. 96 

Milk (see adv. page 794) 
WINDHAM GEO. & McDONALD, 

20 and 22 Pearl (importers) 
WOODMAN & CO. 96 Milk (see 

adv. page 794) 

Shoe Patterns. 

STANDARD SHOE PATTERN 
CO.. C. Eugene Woodman, factor, 1 
Pearl, c. Milk (see adv. p. 799) 

SYLVESTER N. 36 Pearl (see adv. 
page 626) 

Shooks. 

Mills Pros. 8 India wharf 

Mills J. L. & Son, Bartlett's wharf 

Morse A. P. & Co. 50 India 

Shooting Gallery, 
Floyd & Ramsey, 2 Chapman place 

Short-Hand Eeporter. 
Pember Jay Read, 2 Niles block 

Shoulder Brace Mamifs. 
Bartlett & Butman, 163 Washington 
Leach & Greene, 2 Tremont Temple 
White C. W. & Co. 99 Court 

Show Cards. 
Ashdown J. 15 Marshall 
Marshall & Butman, 122 Washington 
Sharp John S. 31 Exchange 
White & King, 344 Washington 

Show Ca~es. 
Dodge T. E. 19 Harvard place 
Hughes J. A. & Co. 151 Washington 
PATTERSON & LAVENDER, 43 
and 45 Cornhill (see adv. page 629) 
Peterson E G. 69 Cornhill 
Smith Stephen & Co. 51 Cornhill 

Shovels, Spades, and Scoops. 

| OLD COLONY IKON CO., Lee Is. 
Robinson, & Co., agents, 7 a" and 7 7 
North (see adv. page 781) 



Chace D. K. 7 Morton place 
i Chenev & Milliken, 4 Otis 






1 



SILK GOODS, ETC. — SLATE DEALERS. 



525 



Currier O. S. & Co. 94 Hanover 

Frost Bros. & Co.- 2 7 Milk 

Gillis W. K. & Co. 237 Washington 

Heckle Win. 8c Co. 25 Milk 
Horton tym. H. & Co. 1 2 Franklin 

Pearce S. II. & Co. 68 Franklin 
Plimpton J. W. k Co. 158 Wash. 

Silk Manufs. (Machine.) 
LANE E. J., TUTTLE, & CO. (fan- 
cy silk goods), 27 and 29 Hawley 
PATCH C. & CO. 141 Wash, (sec 
adv. page G45) 

Silver Mining Companies. 

Argentine Silver Mining Co., Colora- 
do, D. L. Deramon, treas. 134 State 

Boston and Reese River Silver Min- 
ing Co., D. Laneey, treas. 33 School 

Harvard Silver Mining Co., S. II. Fol- 
som, treas. 96 Washington 

Silver Ledge Mining Co., J. L. Bai- 
ley, treas. 96 Washington 

Silver-Plated Goods. 

(Dealers.) 

Arlington, Drowne, & Co. 221 Wash. 

CROSBY & MORSE, 240 Washing- 
ing (see adv. page 641) 

Kennard C. W. &~Co. 122 Tremont 

Lindsav J. N. & Co. 45 Water 

STEARNS N. C. 12, 16, &18 Brom- 
field (see adv. page 622) 
(Manufactures.) 

Brown, Russell, &; Barclay, 50 Broin- 
field 

Gale, Snow, & Co. 221 Washington 
Silver-Piaters. 

Anthes F. C. 160 Washington 

Bayley G. D. 55 7 Washington 

Brown, Russell, & Barclay, 50 Brom- 
field 

CARLETON AMOS D. 6 Washing 
ton 

Chamberlain J. F. 104 Washington 

Cramphorn James. S3 Sudbury 

Emanuels E. J. 39 Sudbury 

Fo?ter Win. H. II. 14 Hanover 

Green ^c Adams. 36 Hawley 

Grundy J. cS: Co. 20 Hawley 

Havens S. 96 Court 

HILLMAN JOHN J., Silver and 
Brass Plater, and Eleeto-Plater in I 
Gold and Silver, 2 4 Sudbury street, i 
up stairs, opp. Suffolk market. All 
articles pertaining t<> House, Coach, 
or Harness uses, platetl in the best! 
manner. Coach Lanterns. Cake I 
Baskets, Castors', Spoons, Forks, Ta- ! 
bl«* Knives. Plumbers' Work, Sew- 
ing Machines, & ■.. plated. Dashes, 
Rails, and all kinds of Carriage j 
Work, plated. Watches and Chains j 
Gold Plated. Orders from the 
Country Promptly attended to. I 



Holt John, 98 Union 

Hogan W. II. 32 Washington 

Lindsay ,\. N. & ('.,,. a.'> Water 
Miller Joseph, :>;; Washington 
RICHARDS II. M. JEWELRY CO. 

7 Green (see adv. p V 'e t,i i ) 
TIIIERY C. L. 7 Harvard pi. ollice 

151 Wash, (see adv. p.c.'e U2H) 
Unruh J. B. 1 Province, r. 40 School 

Silversmiths. 

Clark M. B. 9 Harvard place 
CROSBY & MOUSE, 240 SVash. 

(see adv. page 641) 
Farrington & Elunnewell, 1.06 Wash. 

factory, 8 E. Waltham street 
Haddock, Lincoln, ^ Foss, 6.3 Wash. 
Harding Newell & Co. 12 Coma sq. 
Kimball Lewis, 160 Washington 
Laforme V. 15 Water 
Mitchell H. A. 27 West 
Pear & Bacall, 7 Avery 
Pear & Bro., Mason, corner Avery 
Rogers A. 332 Washington 
Shreve, Stanwood, & Co. 226 Wash. 
West Charles, 23 Water 

Skates and Sleds. 
Stevens & Waterman, 68 Kilby 
Smith Bros. 152 Wash, (skate manufs.) 

Skirts. ( Watch Spring. ) 

ADAMS C. M. MRS. 300 Washing- 
ton (see adv. pa<xe 779) 

Belle Monte Skirt Co. 25 Federal 

BOSTON CORSET SKIRT CO. 
179 Court (see adv. front col. p.) 

CLAPP WILLIAM. 307 Wash. 

Conant W. H. 399 Washington 

Ford J. G. 17 Temple place 

Forsyth George R. 7:k< Washington 

GLAZIER, MARFAN, & CO. 77 
Summer (see adv. p ige 6 16 • 

Greenwood J. M. & Co. 1*8 I Km n- 

GRISWOLD 1). C. & CO. 104 De- 
vonshire 

Henius David, 7o Water 

KIMBALL, LINDSAY, & CO. I & 2 
Otis (see adv. page 7 75) 

Mason & Tucker, 160 Devonshire 

Prince J. O. 5 Hawley 

Sherman M. A. Mrs. 287 Washington 

Turney E. M. 1023 Washington 
Slate Dealers. 

Copeland R. Morris, agt. 4 1 LSarrister's 
Hall 

Empire Slate and Tile Co., R. Holmes, 
treas. and agent, 41 Kilby 

Washington Slate and Tile Co. J hn 
Mullav, agent. 22 School 

WEST CAS TLETON SLATE CO. 
John Borrowscale, agent, 41 Ki 

Union Slate Co., C lias. Barrett, tn-as., 
13 Doane 

Wilber A. & Co. 112 Tremont (im- 
porters) 



>2G 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Slaters. 
Blevins John, River, near Beacon, 

box 23 State 
Borrowseale Joseph, 23 Williams 
Chase \V. J. 602 Washington 
Donald Livid, Curve, opp. Tyler 
Donald Peter. 1 South street court 
Duncan Archibald, IK .Curve 
Farquhar John & Son. L8 East 
Glass James, 252 Federal 
Ila-kett T. 798 Washington 
Harrigan J. 23 State 
Hawkins & Hiwlev, 68 Tyler 
Hiwlev James, rear 30 Kingston 
MeComp Thomas, 23 State/ 
Norton Dennis, 455 Tremont 
Iliekerby Daniel, 205 Cambridge and 

2;; State 
Rilev It's Sons, 94 Beverly 
Smith Robert, 120 Tvler 
Tillson D. & Son, 5 \ Adams 
Warner Richard, Marginal, E. B. 

Slippers. 
Boston Carpet Slipper Co. 2 Pearl st. 

House 
Bowker 1). 2 Pearl st. House 
WILLIS, BARRELL. & CO. 140 

Pearl (see adv. pane 7 72) 
Webster J. L. 63 Pearl 

Slipper Patterns. 
BUTLER E. K. 68 Pearl 

Small Wares. 
Allen, Alden, & Co. 295 Washington 
And. .-on & J. A. Baird, 7 and 9 Milk 
B irker Beuj. G. & Co. 55 Congress 
Bur-ess. Morse. & Co. 25 Milk 
Butler & Rogers, 21 Milk 
Dutton B. F. 34 Milk 
Greenwood J. M. & Co. 188 Devon- 

shire 
KIMBALL, LINDSAY, &CO. 1 and 

J Otis (see adv. p^ge 7 75) 
King C. E. & Co. 52 and 54 Summer 
Lewis, Brown, & Co. 15 Franklin 
Mors* & Brown, 2 4 Milk 
Peck, Heaton, & Co. 15G Devonshire 
Welion .!. \V. si Milk 

Soap Makers' Supplies. 
Crane A. O. & Co. 130 Washington 
Harrington S. & Co. 214 State 
H< i r •-, & Ri. -hard-on, 4*5 India whf 
(Kborn A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 
Young Brothers & Co. 80 Devonshire 

Soap Kan ufa c t urers . 
Boston Inde.iieal Soap Co.. G. W. 

SifFord & Co. agents, 82 Sudburv 
Clark, Smith, & Co. 117 Merrimac 
Dwinrf Seth, 122 Lincoln (patent) 
Ee.-l Thomas, 838 Federal 
Loarnard Bros., Second, near F 
Morse James, 19 Commercial 
Stevens Win. J. 214 State 



Soap and Candlo Manufac- 
turers. 

BARTLETT. BURGESS, & CO. 

10G Stare 
Bartlett, Smith, & Co. 50 Broad 
Davis Curtis, (55 Chatham 
Jackson Edmund, 211 State 
Jones C. L. & Co. 4 South Market 
Morrill J. jr. & Co. 8 Commercial 
Morse James, 19 Commercial 
Reardon J. & Son. 12 Central 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT. & CO. 

27 Broad (see adv. page 606) 
Winchester E. A. & W. 15 S. Market 

Soapstone. 

Foote George II. 35 Province, and 2 

Province court 
Hamblet James, 179 Canal 
Maine Win. II. 87 Haverhill 
Meserve Andrew J. 412 Tremont 
Millard C. J. 64 Harrison avenue 
Wentworth W. H. 10 Haverhill, and 

6 and 8 Creek square 

Soap-Stone Stoves. 

BENT, GRIFFITH, k CO. 11 Mar- 
shall (see adv. page 606) 

Soda Manufacturers. 

COMSTOCK, GOVE, & CO. 139 
Friend (see adv. pa<je 782) 

FAIRBANKS & BEARD (and min- 
eral water), under Howard Athe- 
naeum, Howard st. (see adv. p. 636) 

Robinson, Wilson, & Legallee 102 
Sudbury 

Rowland "Daniel G. (cellar), 33 Court 
square 

Scripture & Parker, 31 Court square 
(cellar) 

Soda and Beer Apparatus. 
Dows G. D. 525 Washington 
Morse Andrew J. & Son, 4U Congress 
Puffer A. D. 38 Portland 
TUFTS JAMES W. 138 Hanover 

(see adv. page 769) 

Sofa, Couch, and Chair Manu- 
facturers. 
Anderson J. J. 114 Merrimac 
BR AM AN. SHAW, cV CO. 2 7 Sud- 

bui v (see adv. pane ~**) 
[BUCKLEY ,<< BANCROFT, 511 
Washington (sec adv. page 7.0) 
DEL A PORTE & CO., Dorchester, S. 
j B. (see adv. pa<;e 7 75) 
i HOLMES F. M. ,<c CO. 183 Hano- 
ver (see adv. pa'jv 7 78) 
! Lonergan P. 278 Federal 

Poor S. jr. 19 Charlestown 
! Smallwood E. A., Beach, cor. Lincoln 
I Ware Geo. W. & Co. 12Cornhill 
! White B, F. 2 78 Federal 



SOFA AND CHAIR SPRINGS — STABLES. 



527 



Sofa and Chair Springs. 
ALD15X WM. E, 12 C larlttftown 
Tinmiins 11. 6 Charlestown 
Spico Mills. 
(See Coffee and Spices.) 
Flint Brothers, 50 Broad 

Spikes. 
Sylvester B. F. & Co. 81 State 
Tremont Nail Co., H. P. Tobey, 23 
Broad 

Spirit Levels. 
Mason F. II. 65 Haverhill 

Sponges. 
Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange 

Spool Cotton. 
Araory Chas. & Co. 60 Summer 
Francis Chas., Summer, cor. Arch 
Pratt A. S. 87 Devonshire 

Spring Beds and Bedsteads. 

Boston Spring Bed Co. 20£ Harvard 
place 

Manuel D. 40 Hanover (spring bot- 
toms) 

Osgood II. B. 18 Canal 

Pettingill & Pear, 35 Brattle 

SMITH, FELLOWS. & CO. G3 
Blackstone (see adv. paire 6 79) 

Thaver II. S. 42 Elm 

TUCKER MANUF. CO. 117 Court 
(see adv. pane 620) 

Weed O. II. & Co. 31 Brattle 

Spring Manufacturers. 

ALDEN WM. E. 12 Charlestown 

(spiral) 
Beal «Sc Hooper, 3 and 4 Holmes block, 

Hay market square 
Dodge, Gilbert, & Co. (dealers) 37 

Kilby 
Downer & Gaffinan, 111 Merrimac 
HUSSEY, WELLS. & CO. 139 and 

141 Federal (locomotive and car, 

see adv. page 624) 
Tuttie J. D. 2 Swan 
Wilkinson Joseph, 157 Beach, c. Cove 

Stables, (f Avery,) 
Alexander & Meter. 71 Causeway 
Bacon J. F. 1064 Washington 
Baker, C. c<c J. F. & Co. 288 Broad- 

wav 
Barnard J. P. 23 Myrtle, and 32 Joy 
Bat-helder >N: Jennings, 138 Beach, 

office 15 U. S. Hotel 
Bouncy G. F. vV Co. 6 Bumstcad ct. 
Calfe Joseph, 15 Purchase 
Carroll M. vV Co. 1 Hawkins 
CiiU'v & Sthnpson, 2fi North Russell 
Crockett S. 3 I Bromfield 
Daily I". J., Cambridge, cor. Garden 
Daly Timothy, 50 Paris, E. B. 
Davis & Mason, 680 Washington 



DONNELLY PATRICK, 8 Lime 
Douglas It. II. 35 Tyler 
Downing Mortimer T. 33 Prince 
Foss A. 7 Harvard 

Fuss Chas. 11. 18 Portl mil 

Frobisher & Nason, 9 Van It -nssalaur 

place 
Gallup G. 826 Federal 
Garcelon Alsom, Kingston, cor. Bed- 
ford, and 4 Byron 
Oilman Tims. It". 824 and 826 Wash. 
Goodale E. 4*1 Hanover 
Gott Jabez It. jr. 30* Shawmut ave. 
Gwinn Wm. II. 956 and 958 Wash. 
Gray & Bell, Brattle square 
Ilarwood John N. 3 Mason 
Hayes Martin & Co. 1 Berkley 
Hay ward A. II. 5 7 Eliot 
Healey E. 201 Tremont 
Holmes C. C. Endicott, cor. Stillman 
Howlaud L. L. W. 51 and 53 Canton 
Johnson G. H. 108 Chestnut, and 52$ 

Bromfield 
Kent W. D. & Co. 35 Somerset 

(hack) 
LAFLIN A. W. 113 Northampton 
Leavitt Thomas, 731 Federal 
Marsh Warren. Mason, near West 
Maynard John E, 4 Bowdoin sq. blk. 
Mcliugh T. F., Harr. ave. c. Curve 
Murray P. E., Concord, cor. Wash. 
Neagle Morris, 185 Hanover 
Nims II. C. 6 Mason 
Noyes L. A., Sumner, c. Orleans, E. B. 
Perham Ira, 3 Willow and Messenger 
Pierce Wm. P. 301 Fourth, n. Dorch. 
Riedel John H. 196 Tremont 
Riley J., Federal, near Fourth 
Severance & Gates, 22 Charles 
Thaxter Theodore, 787 Washington 
Tilton Hubbard W., Concord, near 

Washington 
| Warner & Richardson, 41 Pembroke 
J Weir Tlios. & Co. 6 Fleet 

Welch W. 62 South 
I Wheelock A. P. & Co. 2 IS Fourth 

Williams & G. O. Wilev,56 Leverett 
I Williams & Miller, 24 Fleet _ 
(Wilkinson Lewis, 774 Washington 
I Wrightington Benj. T. 30 Charles 
Sale Stables. 
Barnard W.jr. 155 Friend 
j Bowers J. F., Merrimae Stable 
! Coleman Moses & Son, 6 7 and 69 
Portland, and 190 and 192 Friend 
| Coniee W. W. 22 Chardon 
I Emerson & Porter. 'J 19 Friend 
I Guinn John, 230 Congress 

Hart 1). D. 217 Friend 
j Hickok & Prosser, 233 Friend 
Libby R. II. 101 Pur; land 
Boarding Stables. 
Burgess Lemuel B. 50} Portland 
I Carroll M. & Co. 1 Hawkins 



528 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stable* — continued. 
Cilly & Stinnon, 28 N. Russell, and 

31 and 38 Green 
Critehet A. 72 Charlestown 
Dean Newell, Massachusetts Stable, 

Endieott. n. Cross 
Eaton <S: Verbeck, 87 Chestnut 
Hale Joseph, 1 Grant place 
Ham Woodbury A. & Co. 27 Travers 
Johnson Geo. S. 48 Devonshire 
KingG.M. 11 2 Worcester 
Pattee G. D. 260 Hanover 
Stiness Geo. (r., Hamilton alley 
Winship Abel B., Sudb'y, c. Hawkins 
Wright A. L. 99, 101, aiid 103 Green 

Stained Glass. 
COOK J. M. 131 to 141 Congress 

(see adv. page 780) 
West Samuel, 19 Harvard place 

Stair Builders. 
Badger W. F., Harr. ave. c. Maiden 
Edgerton & Brown, 24 Beverly 
Hacket J. C. 27 Beverly, and 8 

Travers 
Harding John. 4G6 Harrison avenue 
Harding Uriah R. 35 Charlestowrt 
HOGAN & WETPIERBEE, Tre- 

mout.c. Chapman (see adv. p. 771) 
Jacolw Joshua & W. C. 64 Portland 
Lothrop Ansel, 39 Curve 
Man-hall James, 20 Charlestown 
M. ml ton George. 68 Albany 
Pierce S. H. L., First, cor. B 
Shaw & Morrison, 4 24 Tremont 
Smith «$c Jacobs, 314 Harrison avenue 

Stamped Ware. 
Bragg, 'Mace. & Co. 58 Blackstone 
DOVER STAMPING CO., E. 1). 
Goodrich & H. Whitney, props. 88 
and 90 North 
Scavey & Co. 85 Blackstone 

Stampers and Gilders. 
Dean & Co. 1 1 Shoe and Leather 

Starch. 
LYON & VOSE, 1 and 3 Libertv sq. 
Mixer, Whitman. & Co. 44 Broad 
Ormond H. St. A. 35 South Market 

State Assayers and Geologists. | 

Hayes A. A. 20 Stare 

JACKSON CilAS. T. 41 Somerset 

Stationers. 
Allen Chas. 22 Court 
Bellamy William, 116 Washington 
Bates \ Kelhey, 41 Brattle 
Briggs Oliver L. 456 Washington 
Brooks D. B. & Brother, 55 Wash. 
Brown A. A. & Co. 48 Congress 
Brown George B. & Co. 94 State 
Clapp Ebenezer, 7 School 
Clark E. E. 290 Washington 
Cottrell G. W. 36 Cornhiil 



| CROSBY & AINSWORTH, 117 

Wash, (see adv. front colored page) 
j Cutter, Tower, & C >. &0 D svonshire 
[ Darling C. K. 15 Exchange 
i Degen, Estes, & Co. 22 Cornhiil 

Kills F. A. J lit Washington 
Fairbanks J. L. 136 Washington 
Gay Aaron R. & Co. 130 State 
Gay Richard L. 63 Milk 
Graves & Young, 21 Cornhiil 
Groom Thomas & Co. 82 State 
Hall & Higgins, 23 Cornhiil 
Hallgreen & Warren, 1 1 Exchange 
Hill William II. jr. & Co. 32 Cornhiil 
Hooper, Lewis, \- Co. (importers), 120 

State 
Hope Envelope Manuf. Co. 114 Sud- 
bury 
Holbrook C. W. 368 Washington 
Loring A. K. 319 Washington 
Marsh H. F. & Co. 17 & 19 Cornhiil 
McAdams J. 74 State 
Mc Adams W. 8 State 
Merrill R. & Sons, 221 Wash, (manufs) 
MUDGE ALFRED & SON, 34 

School (see adv. page 628) 
NICHOLS SAMUEL F. 43 Wash. 

(see adv. page 611) 
I Prince J. T. 130 Si ate 
Remick B. J. 515 Washington 
Russell B. B. & Co. 55 Cornhiil 
SIMPKINS S. G. & CO. 116 State 

(see adv. front colored page) 
SNOW, BOYDEX, k KNIGHT, 1 

Cornhiil (see adv. page 611) 
Snow <S: Hapgood, 22 Court 
Sydney G. 265 Washington 
Taggard & Thompson, 29 Cornhiil 
Tewl'sbury & Brother, 362 Wash. 
TILTON J. E. & CO. 161 Wash. 
Walker, Fuller, & Co. 245 Wash. 
Whktemore John M. & Co. 114 Wash. 
Yerrington F. M. 118 Washington 

Staves and Headings. 
Mills Bros 8 India whf. & 529 Com'l 

Steam Indicators. 
AMERICAN STEAM GAUGE 
CO. 44 Congress (Richards Patent) 

Steam and Water Gauge-. 

AMERICAN STEAM GAUGE 
COMPANY. 44 Congress 

ASHCROFT E. H. 82 Sudbury (<ee 
adv. pnge 604) 

Eastman J. L. 73 Haverhill 

LITCHFIELD 11. T. Lewis, E. B. 

WHITELEY E. 59 and 61 Charles- 
town (see adv. page 7 7 7) 

Steam Boilers and Engines. 
(Si e also Engines. ) 
Allen & Endieott, 5 Liberty square 
AM ERIC AX TOOL & MACHINE 

CO. 45 Kingston (see adv. p. »<21) 



STEAM BOILERS AND ENGINES — STEAMSHIP CO. AGENTS. 529 



ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. I MORTON & COLCORD, 73 Sud- 
Marion, Glendon ■ wharf', E. B. (see j bury (see adv. pajje 778) 
adv. last white page) Paul George K. & Co. 6-1 Union 

BIRD & CO. Border, near Central Perhara John, 52 Sudlmry 
sq. E. I). (see adv. page 633) : Perry A.J. & Co. 4G Devonshire 

Boston Locomotive Works, 380 liar- Sanborn S. T. & Co. l 13 Milk 
risoh avenue | "Walworth J. J. & Co. I s Devonshire 

BUTTERFIELD & HAVEN, 26 WIHTEL.EY E. 59 and 61 Charh 
Pearl (caloric engines, see adv. p. 
796) 

CAMPBELL, WIIITTIER, & CO. 



town and 23 State (see adv. p. 777; 
Wrighl R. A. 13 Haverhill 

Steam-Heating Engineer. 
o7 Bromneld (see adv. page 759) ctmm'h t ut'»imm»'i' - /< 

CHUBBUCK S. E. & SONS, Tri S ^™ J'r ,, ' L^ Urt S<H 
„ ,, ,• , , room 38 (see adv. page 643) 

mont, n. Roxby line (see adv. p. i v l . 



Steam-Packing. 



[Sudbury Dwam-raonng. 

Co. SO and 82 BOSTON BELTING CO. 47 Stu 



612) 
Glogston Thos. S. & 
Dwi'sht Geo. jr. & Co. 108 Sudbury I mer (see adv. front colored pa<re) 
Globe Works Foundry sti'eet " HUNT, LYON, & CO. 26 Devon hire 

HAWKS & HERSEY, Second, cor. (see adv. page 780) 

E (see adv. page 629) ! MANHATTAN RUBBER CO., S. 

J). Bennett, president, 50 Milk (see 
adv. page 79G) 

Steam Pumps. 
Blake George F. & Co. 1 I Province 
NORWALK IRON WORKS, Geo. 
D wight jr. treas., 108 Sudbury (-• • 
adv. front colored) 

Steam and Fire Regulator. 
A3 1 E R IC AN W A ' IE R - WH E E L 
CO. 31 Exchange anil 387 Federal 
(see adv. page 633) 
i Ruperts F. 64 Union 

Steamship Co. Agents. 



Hinkley & Williams' Works, 41 G 

Harrison avenue 
HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry street 
Lally John, Granite si S. Boston 
LEAVITTTHOS. & CO. 35 and 37 

Lincoln (see adv. page 787) 
Lee Daniel, 58 Friend ^ [S. B. 

Loring Harrison, First, City Point, 
McKAY & ALDUS, Maverick, cor. 

Border, E. B. 
McLauthlin Geo. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 
MORTON & COLCORD, 73 Sud- 
bury (see adv. pane 778) 
Newell C, M., Fifth, cor. K [whf. 



Osborn Louis. Marginal, opp. Cunard | Bates E. C. & I. G. 103 State 

Pratt R. W. & Co. "31 & 33 Haverhill Colonial Steamship Co., F. Snow & 

WHITELEY E. 59 and 61 Charles- 1 Co. 4 Commerce 

town (see adv. page 7 7 7) | Haseltme \\ m. B. 13 Foster's wharf, 

WILSON J. W. 7!) 'and 81 Haverhill; Sanford's Independent Line 

(see adv. pasre 631) I Kennebec Steamboat Co. II. II. Hyde, 

WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 and 69 S.ud- agent, 17 Union wharf 

burv ("ee adv pa-o-e 631) Kennebec Steamship Co. Lincoln \vl ; 

' 1" '* c . J F. II. Palmer, s^nera! n>« nt 

Steam Engineer. Kilbv W. ILa-ent, luternati 

ROBINSON J. R. 28 State (see adv. j Steamship Co., foot Conim'l wharf 

page 645) Lincoln William II. agent, Atlantic 

Steam-Heating Apparatus and: Steamship Co. 13 Commercial 
Gas-Pipe. Xnzro Brothers, 5 Chatham row 

American Tube Works, . Joseph IT. Richardson & Otis, 13 RowVs wharf 

Cotton, treasurer, 103 State (Savannah) 

ASHCROF r E. II. 82 Sudbury (see I Rockwell E. PL, agent Neptune Lim 

adv. paire 604) ( x - Y -) 5i Central wharf 

BEACH ALLEN, 10 Hawkins (see Sampson E. agent Boston \ B dtu i 

adv. pa<re 797) ^- - ^- Line, 53 Central wharf 

BR AM AN. DOW, & CO. 3 and 4 | Sears J. Henry, agent, Merrl 
Havmarket so. (see adv. p. 632) Boston and New Orleans Si 

CAMPBERL B. F. (auent, 57 Brom- 1 ship Co. 92 State 

field, se • adv. p. 7.i8) ' Sprague, Soule, & Co. ( Philad ■■"■.'. ) 

CAMPBEM.-.W1IITTIER.&C0.57I 10* T. wharf and 70 Lmur wli 

Brom h-ld (see adv. pa^e 759) Tileston E. 0. & Co. (Havre ( o.), 7: 

CHUBBUCK S. E. & SONS, Trc- Franklin 

mont, n. Roxburv line (see adv. Union Co., Benj. L. Bates, 40 Stal 
page 612) " Warren & Co. 13 i State and H3 

CWslon Tho*. S. & Co. 82 Sudbury j Commercial, agents Liverpool, Bos- 
Lee Daniel, 58 Friend ton and Phil. Line steamers 
^3 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Steamship Co. A gents — continued. 

WEEKS WILLIAM, agent, Port- 
land Steam Packet Co. toot India 
wharf 

Stool Letter Cutters. 

BARNES WxM. II. 74 Wash, (sec 
adv. page 704) 

DODGE & POWER, 2 Pearl street 
Elouse (see adv. page 790) 



Pope John, 10 Dock square 
WEEDEN Lt. II. 68 Union (see adv. 
page 627) 

Step Ladders. 

SMITH, FELLOWS, & CO. 63 

Blaekstone (see adv. page 679) 

Stereotypers. 

PETERS C. J. vs: SOX, 13 Wash. 



dpvvpv u"i o k \s ^ (see adv. page 643) [Water 

PLNNLY 1. L. 8 Dock sq. see adv. Ro v ckwel] & ltollins, 122 " 



p. ryo) 
WEEDEN R. II. GS Union (see: 

adv. 62 7) 

Steel Manufacturers. 
HUSSEY, WELLS, 6c CO. 139 and 



Wa ii. and 
Whitcomb II. C. & Co. 15 Water 

Stiifenings and Inner Soles. 
Cole L. II. & Co. 29 Haverhill 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 



47 Fulton 

Steering Wheels. 

Foster & Roby, 178 and 180 Com- 
mercial 

Stone Henry N. (patent and common) 
132 Commercial 

Stencil Plates. 

(See also Die Sinkers.) 

BARNES WxM. II. 74 Washington 

(see adv. p. 794) 
BODGE £ POWER, 2 Pearl Street 

House (see adv. page 790) 
Jacobs Geo. II. 151 \ Yashin gtoii 
MERRIAM & CO. 18 and 19 Brattle 

square (sec adv. pane 623) 
METCALF M. J. & SON, 101 Union, 

(see adv. page 645) 
MITCHELL A. W. 9 Change ave. 
PENNEY F. L.,8 Dock square (see 

adv. page 795) 
Phelps F. E. 5 Washington 
Pope .1 ihn, 10 Dock square 
Smith Win II. 32 School 
S miner & Sons, 7 Water 
WEEDEN R. II. 68 Union (see 

adv. page 627) 
Williams G.W.& Co. ll-Batterymarch 

Stencil Tools. 



Ml Federal, Lysander P. Hunt, Baldwin & Emerson, Plympton, near 
agent (see adv. page 624) Harrison avenue 

JESSOPWM. & SONS, 147 Milk BLESSINGTON PETER, 23 State, 

(see adv. front colored page) I and foot ot Cambridge 

PARK BRO. & CO., Black Diamond I Campbell Patrick, 23 State 

Steel, Oliver Hunt, agent, 42 Bat- j 'Devine Win. (flag stone) 23 State 
tervmarch (see adv. page 795) : Fo ° te J° lj1 ^ 400 Charles 

Wilson, Hawksworth, Ellison, & Co. Grant Michael, Foundry street 

Hosley & Russell, 438 Federal 
McAwley Edw. \ Son, Albany near 

Sharon 
MEANY EDWARD F., South Bay 

wharf (see adv. page 609) 
Power & Hall, 83 Haverhill [whf. 
Ricker, Lyons, & Co", (granite), Boston 

Stone Brain Pipe. 
MILLS WILLIAM, 28 Devonshire 
(see adv. back colored page) 
Storage Agents. 
Bradbury Wm. 231 State 
Hills & I>ro. 08 Utica, and 117 South 
Dver G. L. & Co. 109 Commercial 
Lane E. 91 Lowell 
Lombard A. C. Lewis wharf 
Stebbins John & Co. 80 Utica [ave. 
Stebbins ^c Anderson, 4_i Ear-tern 
Tirrell Minot, i>ti Fulton 
Tisdale, Wilde, cS; Co. 101 Commercial 

Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, &c. 

(See al.«) Tinsmiths.) 
Anderson. Hollohan, & Maguire, Tra- 
vel's, near Merrimac 
Andrews, Wilder. & Co. 97 North 
BENT, GRIFFITH, & CO. 11 Mai- 
shall (see adv. page 606 ) 
j Binney John, 122 and 124 Broad 
BARNES WM. II. 74 Wash, (see Boston & Maine Foundry Co., A. J. 
adv. [Kige 71! 1) Blajnchard, agent, 139 Friend, and 

DODGE & P< >W I vR. Pearl St. House | 46 Canal 

(sec adv. page 790) j Bragdon George, 9 Border [E. B. 

„MERUIAM K CO. IS and 19 Brattle Butler Ii. B. K Co. 12 and 13 Lev.-. 
square (see adv. page 623) Brown George, 49 Meridian 

METCALF M.J. & SON, LOl Union! Bryent Walter, 15 School 

(see adv. pane 645) Butler & Co. 118 and 120 Conuncr- 

PENNEY FRANK L. 8 Dock Square ' cial (ship) 

(see adv. page 795) j Catc N. S. 1092. Washington 

Phelps F. E. 5 Washington [ Cate . v c Nickcrson, 150 Summer 



STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE, ETC. — SUGAR REFINERIES. 531 



(Chapman C. C. 342 Broadway 
Clia-so F. D. 21G Commercial (ship) 
CI) !<•• .Moses, 325 Tremont 
CIIILSON GARDNER, 99 Black-* 

stone (see adv. inside front cover) 
Chtibbuck Levi, 10 Bedford 
Clapp S. W. & Co. 91 Blackstone 
Coughlan James, 112 Mcrrimac 
Duuklee B. \V. & Co. 113 Blackstone 
Dwyer Thomas, 110 Federal 
Dwyer Timothy, 49 Kingston 
Ellis Matthias & Co. 93 and 95 North 
Faweett & Hawkes, 20 B ?dford 
Field Brother, 4 Hotel Pelham 
Furbush Elias, 159 Cambridge 
Gallagher Win. ^ Co. 5 Broadway 
Gerrish Smith, 38 Union, and 17 

Friend 
Green A. S. & Co. Broadway, cor. D 
Hanson John L. J 15 Blackstone 
Harrington E. 5!J Meridian 
Haskell W. II. & Co. 7 7 Cambridge 
Haynes Jas. G. 156 Harrison avenue 
Hendley J. 717 and 719 Washington 
Homer Henry <$: Co. 211 Broadway 
Hnse Joseph & Son, 'J 7 Blackstone 
Kohler J. & J. & Co. 5 10 Washington 
Lauterbach F. II. 307 Tremont 
MERRIAMA. 1). 39 Church 
Morgan J. F. 783 Tremont 
Morandi F. 65 Union 
Morrill Petroleum Stove Co. 46 Con- 
gress, II. M. Wiswali, agent 
Murphy John H. 41 Portland 
Neilson George, 586 Washington 
Osborn John. jr. 2 7 Kingston 
POND MOSES & CO. 79 Blackstone 
Pond & Duncklee, 8 7 Blackstone 
Pratt Miles & Co. 84 North 
It ATT & 
91 North 
Read J. M. 95 North 
Rice Horace 11. 33 Leveret t 
Richards Wm. C. 86 Meridian, E. B. 
Ripley Daniel S. & Co. 22 Central 

square 
Robinson J. E. 808 Washington 
Rogers W. II. 71 Lincoln 
Sargent George W. 209 and 211 Com- 
mercial (ship) 
Sargent Joseph, 42 Clinton (ship) 
Seavey & Co. 85 Blackstone [Union 
Smith" Wm. E. & Co. 36 and 38 
Spenre Charles II. 25 Blackstone 
Thompson S. F. 104 Broadway 
Utlbrd Brothers, 113 Court 
Wadmm Will. B. 1011 and 1013 

Washington 
Walker Geo. W. \ Co. 50 Union 
Ward Wm. 349 Federal [(collar) 
Wcstcott Thomas A. 4 7 and 55 Union 
White Wm. !:; and 1 ."> West 
WII1TELEY EDWARD, 59 Charles- 
town (see adv. page 777) 
Williams F. G. \. U. 71 Union 



| Stove Pipo Dampers. 

; Manuel I). 40 Hanover 

Stove Polish Manufs. 
DOVER STAMPING CO., E. [). 

Goodrich and II. Whitney, b i and 

DO North 
MORAVIAN BLACK-LEAD CO., 

Chas. E. Meyer & Co. 7 and H 

Holmes block, Haymarket square 

(see adv. page 629)" 

Straw Goods. 
(See also Millinery Goods.) 
I Carpenter, Plimpton, & Co. 174 '.' 
I George John C. 179 Washington 
! George Lyman A. 179 Washington 
[Harper &" Co. 312 Wash. (Faval) 
I Heckle Win. & Co. 23 Milk 
Hemmenway B. S. it; 6 Washington 
Ordway Bros. & Co. 15 Milk and 
j 345^* Washington 
I Partridge John W. 17!t Washington 
Perrin David C. & Co. 32 Pearl 
Prescolt, Wood. v\: Dy^r, 2 Milk 
Sanderson, Davenport. & Spaulding, 

48 Milk 
Sleeper, Fisk, & Co. 31 Milk 
Slocom Lewis, 7 Tremont row 
Veazie Wm. II. 109 Washington 

Stucco-Workers. 
Hannah R. C. 6 River 
Haviland T. 6 River 
Johnston Alexander. 2 Pleasant 
Mack John, 209. Cambridge 
Mitchell James, 23 State" 
Mooney O. D. 41 Bromfield 
[ Tobey J. W. 4 76 Tremont 
Tolman S. P., Kingston, c. Bedford 

Submarine Armor. 
Hale Alfred & Co. 23 School 
Morse A. J. & Son, -to Congress and 

1 Barrett 

Sugar Mill Manufs. 
Globe Works. John Souther, pre?. 

First, cor. A 
Loring Harrison, First, near M.. City 

Point, South Bo-ton 

S:ig°.r Refineries. 
Adams, Boston wharf, and •_' ! India 
| Bay State Sugar Refinery, Messer & 

TUUon, proprietors, 41 Eastern ave. 
Boston Sugar Refinery, Lewis, {•]. l!.. 

Dane, Dana, & Co., agents, 12 So. 

.Market 
Bristol Refinery, J. B. Clove:- & Co., 

agents, 30 Central 
Continental Sup tr Refinery, First, S. 

B., Townsend & Co. a :■ ul ;, 36 

Central 
Eagle Sugar Refinery. {^7 Commer- 
cial, head Cray's wharf. S dem T 

Lamb, agent, 9 Dome, Je-e Han- 

tbrd, supt 



532 



1 BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Sugar Refineries — coniimtt <L • 

Qjcnard Thomas, 1 03 Purchn e 
UNION SUGAR REFINERY, John 

Ayres, treas. 1 Central wharf 

Supporters. 

Bartlett & Butman, 1G3 Washington 
Leach & Greene, 2 Tremont Temple 
Phelps \Y. H. 68 Tremont 
Wilson X. (spinal), 228 Washington 

Suspenders. 
Greeley I). J. 04 North 

Surgical Instruments. 

CODMAN & SIIURTLEFF, 13 

and 15 Tremont (see adv. p. 617) 

Surveyors of Lumber. 

Cram George W., Surveyor General 
of the 1st.- Lumber District, 25 
Doane 

Abbot Timothy. 21 Broadway 

Barrows Win. A. 

Clarke Aaron, 81 Broadway 

Cross Martin H. 120 Lexington 

I*ecring Alex. W. 124 Harrison ave. 

Drew John B., Jones wharf, E. B. 

Dupee George, 332 Tremont 

Flanders J. C. 

Fuller Nathaniel, 

Flight Wm. T. 80 Princeton 

Lancaster Geo. II. 122 Brighton 

Mau-on George II. 10 Old Harbor 

Preseott B. G. 122 Lexington 

Shepard II. M. 

Sprague William, 3 7 Essex 

Wade James 1 1. 

Wade Shadraeh, Telegraph, cor. Old 
Harbor 

Willett Edward, F, near Sixth 

York George II. 

Surveyors of Keal Estate. 
Clapp Otis F. 7 Court sq. 
SIIE'DD J. HERBERT, 7 Court 

square, room 38 (see adv. p. G-ko) 

Surveyors of Work 
Granger David, 17 Old State House 
Hall ('. <;. & Son. 70 Washington 
Sparrell Win. y State 

Syringes. 
Lewis Thomas. 15 Congress 
MOREY & SMITIi; 49 Haverhill 
(see adv. page 620) 

Table Oil Cloths. 
Eldridge J. F. & Co. 31 School 

Tablets. 

AMERICAN TABLET CO. 29 

Brattle 

Tack Leather ers. 
Larry, Bradford, vN Co. 131 Congress 



Tags. 
'(Merchandise and Shipping.') 
Dennison & Co. 6G Milk 
Holland T. It. 12 Scl I 

Tailors and Drapers. 

(See a/so ( lathing Smr* *.) 
A'.nidon A. li. 1_'") Tremont 
Appleton Henry K. 30 Bromfield 
Baderschneider A. 20 Shawmut ave. 
Barber J. i). 166 Washington 
Barton John, 90 Sudbury 
Beach & Faii-bank. 52 School 
BEAN X. J. 23 North 
Beckert A. 112 Lincoln 
Benson John, 51 Cross 
Benz A. 7!» 2 Washington 
Birkmaier Philip J. 1 16 Warren 
BOISE L. D. & CO. 154 Wash. 
Bradford Wm. 141 Washington 
Brigham B. T. 2G5 Washington 
Brine Georjje B. 3 71 Washington 
Brooks & Leddy, 2 Market 
Broughen E. 7 Harvard 
Brown,Bird, & Co. 2s: : ! Washington 
Brown George AY. 115 Beach 
Burditt J. R. & A. T. 201 Wash. 
Burns T. 91 Merrimac 
Byar S. 102 South 
Byrnes & West, 42 Washington 
Call & Tuttle, 182 Washington 
Calrow & Co. 85 Washington 
Campbell & Foran, 58 Washington 
Carber A. 1 7 Province 
Carter Richard. 3G Washington 
Chace II. B. 4 7 Leveret t 
Chadwick Win. 46 Richmond 
Chatlin Henrv, 285 Washington 
Clark P. H. 303 Hanover 
Clavton H. C. & Co. 29 and 31 Elm 
Coffee P. 702 Federal 
Coffee Patrick, 117 Beach 
Coleman II. N. 62 Sumner, E. B. 
Collins J. Pierpont, 265 Washington 
Collins John, 9 Faneuil Hall square 
Connor C. A. 710 Federal [W; h. 
Corthell, Noyes, & Co. 11, 38, and 10 
Coyle Wm. 212 Hanover 
Cummings J. 28 Billerioa 
Crawford G. W. 924 Washington 
Curran Edward, 251 Washington 
Cushing Isaac & Co. 188 Washington 
Dam ,\ Blackie, 149 Court 
Dawson A. 133 Broadway 
DeMortie & Watson, 1 Cambridge 
Dengler C. 6 South Bennet 
Devereux l\: Eajjer, li Court 
De Witt A. F. .">7:> Washington 
De Wolf George & Co. 22 Sell 
Donaldson Alex! 251 Washington 
1 >rury Miehael, 98 Sudbury 
Duke < >rmsby J. 8 Broadway 
Dunn M. J. 412 Broadway 
Earle John &Co. 139 Washinp 
Lisenmann G. II. 1 ]• Dover St. [ 



TAILORS AND DRAPERS. 



533 



Filer & Son, 508 Washington 
Elliot C. E. & Co. 25 School 
Farrell John R. 115 h Washington 
Farrell Thomas, 92 Leverett 
Fillebrown E. 1 -"5 *J Washington 
Finger & Cavanagh, 555 Washington 
Fisk .Sc Foster, 84 Washington 
Flanagan George, 76 Broad 
Foy Thomas, 2 Market 
Freeman, Carey, & Co. 155 and 157 

Washington 
Fry William, 1 Province 
Gallagher Charles, 21 Portland 
Gallagher James, 89 Merriinae 
Galvin T. 33 Eliot 
Galvin & Dakin, 687 Washington 
Gardner F. 14 2 Broadway 
Gi Ifeath er J. 1 3 7 I > ro ad w ay 
Gillard William, 11 Summer 
Glassett T. 812 Washington 
Gleason J. G. 152 Washington 
Grothusen G. A. 200 Tremont 
Haberkorn David. 76 Eliot 
HALEY DANIEL D. 34. India wh'f 
Ilambro M- & Sou, 8 72 Washington 
Hapgood W. 50 Washington 
Hardy G. A. & M. R. 28 Washington 
Harvison James, til Elm 
Haynes John H. 55 Court 
Henson Charles E. 13? Sliawmut ave. 
Heustis & Studlev, 144 Washington 
Hiedke Charles. 14 U. S. Hotel 
Hudson S. A. & Co. 14 2 Washington 
Hunt S. 152 Washington 
Huntington L. A.' 34 School 
Hutehins H. S. 6 Meridian 
Jaekman & Merrill. 13 Dock square 
Jacobs & Deane, 100 Washington 
Jacobs Geo. W. & Co. 102 Wash. 
Janes Henry B. 2C>5 Washington 
Keating, Lane, & Co. "81 Franklin 
Kennard Henry, 104 Washington 
Kennedy & O'Mallev, 93 Sudbury 
King A." 31 Exchange 
Knight T. X. 'is Merrimac 
Knox John IT. 9 7 Green 
Kramer II. 2.3 7 Washington 
Lane & Mitchell, 127 Tremont 
Lane G. II. ,\: To. 32 Dock square 
Larkin A. 1 1 Howard 
Lawton & Waleott. 220 Washington '. 
Lew Abram, GS Union 
Levy A. 94 Blaekstone 
Lewis Gabriel E. 103 Court 
Leonard R. F. & Co. 48 Washington 
Lyon Geor<je & Co. 158 Washington | 
Lysaghi 1". J. 379 Washington 
Macullar, Williams, ,\ Parker, 194 

Washington 
Man-inn t. B. 3:' Harvard 
Mans(k-ld S. A. Mrs. 22 Winter (boy's 

clothing) 
Masters A. 31S Washington 
MASTERSON I-. T. K CO. 3 School 
McAloon J. 15. \ Co. 3 Coolidge bldg. I 



McDonald & Co. 151 Broadway 

MeFarland John, :i Cotting 
Mc< raw John T. 3 ( lominon 
McLarty William & Son, 40 \V. Sum- 
ner, E. 15. 
McLaughlin O. W. 252 Washington 
Menard S. R. 22 School 
Merriam William A. 107 < lourt 
Messenger, Cahill, & Co. S-J Wash. 
Millerirk Patrick, til Elm 
Milligan J. 91 Washington 
Mees P. 8 Chapman 
Moriarty John, 367 Washington 
Moronv S. 33 Bromfield 
Morris" William, 3 Lewis, 1".. B. 
MORSE LEOPOLD & CO. 20 and 
30 Dock square (sec adv. page 607) 
Morley George, 59 Pitts 
Mosman A. 5Si] Washington 
Mullin M. 76 Springfield 
Munroe eS: West, 181 Court 
Nason M. Van, 13 Winter 
Nason P. 4 Causeway 
Newman Robert, 4G2 Washington 
Newman Samuel II. -II Court 
Newstarck Ham, 46 Merrimac 
O'Brien M, A. Miss, 99 Court 
O'Connor Edward & Co. 588 Wash. 
Pfeiffer Paul, 6 Hold Pelham 
Pickett G. B. 93 Washington 
Piper Albion. 136 Washington 
Preble X. C. A. 9 7 Washington 
Pushee James II. 157 Court 
Quinn J. 36 Richmond 
Randidge George L. 5 Tremont pi. 
Reirtstein S. 662 Washington 
Roberts Charles W. 30 Water 
Robinson & Walsh, 2:i<; Washington 
Ross William W. 194. Howard 
Ruxton W. 61 Cross" 
Ryder, Crocker. & Co. 536 Wash. 
Scanlan John, 47 Portland 
Schoendorf Henry, 12 Eliot 
Shunk & Klein. 706 Washington 
Sheehan J. 9 F. II. square 
Sheehan P. 92 Sudbury 
Simmons (J. W. & Co. 3 1 North 
Simon Bros. 85 Essex 
Smith Charles A. ,\ Co. 18 ,V 20 School 
Smith Harrison, 8 Temple place 
Springer Isaac. Portland, c. Travera 
Stadtmiller & Taf't. 51 Washington 
Starbird A. T. 113 Washington 
Starbird X. W. ,\ Son, 17:! Wash. 
Stevenson W. W. fc Co. 509 Wash. 
Stiernefeldt F. A. 31 Exchange (vest) 
Stine John. 121 Court 
Stodil James, 92 Esst'X 
Summerlield M. 1 l.'l Cambridge and 

124 Km eland 
Tavlor W. ,\ Co. 14 Washington 
Thomas dames II. 26S Washington 
TIIWIXG & ( OLL1XS, 140 Wash. 

(see adv. pane 6141 
Tolman James, 1 1 1 W ashington 



534 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Tailors, ett?. — continued. \perintendent, Jenny II. Stickney, ! - 

Turnbull Samuel, 781 Washington \sistant Superintendent, Sarah H. Du- 

Tyler & Studlev, 24 Court 

Wallis William! 109 Washington 

Ward John, 302 Hanover 

Weir A. A. : West 

Wheaton & Atkins, 168 Washington 

WILBER WILLIAM B. 129 Broad- 
way 

Wilson J. F. 109 Washington 

Zimmermann F., Broadway, corner 
Emerson 



Tailors' Trimmings. 

Boon, Frost. & Co. 71 Milk 
Gilbert, Lovejoy, <Sc Co. 5 7 Summer 
M'aflyn & Hathaway, 93 Devonshire 
Parsons & Blanchard, 100 Devonshire 
Puttee & Mansfield, 241 Washington 
Richardson Luther F. 43 Franklin 



Adiinis School, Belmont Stj 
East Boston, for bovs and girls. 1*56. 
Master, Robert 0. Metealf. 
Master, Frank F. Preble. /'•' 
Assistants, J me S. Towi r, Ma _ 
J. Allison, Louisa E. Harris. 

Rigelow, Fourth Street, S« uth 

Boston, for bovs an. I girls, 1849. 
Master, Henry 0. Hardon. Sub-Mas- 
ter, Thomas H. Barnes. 

ESowtlffctl, South Street, for girls, 
18G2. Master, Alfred Hewius. 

BoW23oiti, Myrtle Street, for girls, 
1821. Master, Daniel C. Brown. 

Boy!*ton, Fort Hilf, for boy: and 

girls, 1819. Muster, .John Jameson. 



SIBLEY, CUMNER, & CO., Sum- Sub-Master, Lucius A. Wheelock 

mer, corner Otis 
Skinner E. & Co. 2*3 Milk (importers) 



Smith Bros. & Gay, 15 Arch 



Usher, Henry II. Kimbal 
Kramstaer, Common Street, for 

bovs. 1843. Master, Joshua Bates. 



Todd, Perkins, & Co^Go Federal _ j Sub-Master, William L. P. Boardm; n. 

Usher, E. Bentley Young. Htud 
Assistant, Rebecca L. Duncan. 



Wheelock E. W. & Co. 87 Devonsh'e 

Tanners. 
Guild C. & Sons, 107 Milk 
Payne & Garrety, 96 Milk 
Shaw, Taylor, & Co. 61 Pearl 
Smith Lvman & Sons, 100 Milk 
Tidd WiHiam & Co. 12 Pearl 

Tanners' & Curriers' Tools. 
Noble c v c Brooks, 110 Milk 
Sawyer Warren, <J5 Kilby 

Taxidermists. 
Brew?ter C. G. 16 'Fremont 
GIDXEY P. M. 36 Winter (see adv. 
page 769) 

Teachers. 

[Hhjh and Grammar Schools.) 
I.utisi Scfaon!, Bedford Street, -for 

boy's Established, 1635. Master, i 

r - • ,, , '<-, , , r , P , sirs, 1822. Master, MeLauren J 

rrancjs Gardner. Sub-Masters, Ld- 1 



Csinpssaasi, Eutaw Street, for bovs 
and girls, 1849. Master, George R. 

Marble. Sub-Master, Silas C. Stone. 

Dwi^ht, Springfield Street. 1-44. 
Master, James A. Page. Sub-Master, 
Rodnev G. Chase. Head Assistant, 
.Mary t. Ross. 

Eliot, North Bennet Street, for boys, 
17 13! Master, Samuel W. Mas n. 
Sub-Master, Walter 11. Newel!. Head 
Assistant, Marc)- Foster. 

Everett, Northampton St. Mask r, 
Geor«e B. Hyde.. 

Franklin, Ringgold Street, 'for 
[jrirls, 1785. Masie.r, Granville B. 
Putnam. 

ISaiicock. Richmond Place, r or 



ward II. Mao-ill. Win. R. Dimmock. 
('slurs, Charles J. Copen, William 
Chadwi.k. Charles G. G. Paine, 
M-— > Mwrill, Arthur M. Knapp, I l 
Aujr. M. G iv. 



Cooke. Head Assistant, Angelina A. 
Bi iirham. 
Irftwronce, Third Street, ■ 

"oston, for boys and girls, I ■ I -'■ 
Uasler, Josiah A. Stearns. Sub-Mas- 



It- •, T> , P , ., , iter. Edwin B. Hale. 
<!33J2*3b EI* ".in, Bedford Street, | 
for bovs, 1821. Master, Thomas Sher- SLiiiiwlai, Broadway, South Bosb n, 
win.' \.! Sub-Master, Charles M. for boys and girls, 1811. Mu.t>r. 
Cuniston. 2d Snh-Master, Luther Charles Goodwin Clark. 
W. Anderson. Ushers, Ephraim Lysnsiu. Meridian St., P. P.. for 
Hunt. William Nichols, ir., Robert i boys and prls, 18;i 7. Muster, I 
E. Babson, Edwin A. Adams, Al- j II." Lincoln. Sub-Matter, Josiah G. 
fired Hale. j Dearborn. 

Girls* IIl£3i ami IVornml. | I?ffsiyh«w« Hawkins Si 
Mason Street, 1*52. Master, .William i boys, 1803. Master, Samuel Swn 
H. Seavey. Head Assis'a.at, Harriet \Sal>-Mustcr. (>uiney E. Did 
E. Caryl. Training D<>f,ur!m<nt,\ Usher, L. •Hall Grandirent <■'■ ■ 
Normal 'School, Somerset Street, Su- Assistant, Emily A. Moultou. 



! 



TEACHERS 

l*Jjiiri3>S Phillips Street, for boys 
hii. Master, James Ilovey. Sab- 
M(i.<t'T. Amphion Gates. Usher, Eiias 
II. Marston. Head Assistant, Emma 
J. Fuller. 

PreSCOU, Prescott Street, E. B., 
established 1865. Master, James F. 
Rlaekinton. Sub-Master, James W. 
Webster. 

<>?3 3JSOy, Tyler Street, for boys, 
1817. Master, Charles E. Valentine. 
Sub-Master, E. Frank Wood. Usher, 
II. C. BullarcL 



TEACITERS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS, ETC. 



Sharp James C. 251 Wash, (natural 

sciences) 
Spear & Sawyer, 2 7 1 Washington 

(bookkeeping) 
Thompson E. 11 Tremont (navigation) 
Tower D. B.. Park str el Church 
Wallcut A. E. Miss, 1 l Avon place 
Whitney S. W. Miss, Joy, c. Pinekney 
Williams Henry, 1 2 Temple place 
Winnek Sarah," 109U \\ ashmgton 
Worcester E. 109U Washington 



Wells, Blossom Street, for gi 
1833. Master, Reuben Swan. Head 
Assistant, Sarah J. Sanborn. 

WinfSiH'rt?^ Tremont Street, near 
Eliot, lor girls, 1836. Master, Robert 
Swan. 

Teachers of Private Schools, 
&c. 



Dancing. 

j Barker S. I). Miss, 238 Washington 
rls, J Brown C. M., Chauney. cor. Essex 
Brown Joseph B. 25 Eliot 
Papanti L. 23 Tremont 
Spaulding S. II. 280 Washington 

Drafting and Engineering. 
Pye George, 460 Washington 

Drawihq. 
Carlton W. T. Tremont 
Carpenter E. M. Miss, 88 Studio bld^ 
Day II. 2:) Chauney 
Fette II. G. 42 Hancock 
Richardson F. 19 Tremont row 
Stetson S. C. 29 Studio building 
Elocution. 
\ Baxter Stacy, 13 Tremont row 

Fencing. 
Thuolt S. 87 Chestnut 

Horsemanship. 
Thuolt S. 87 Chestnut 
Towle Newell, r, 415 Washington 

Languages. 
Arnoult E. 15 Chapman 
! Askenasy II. 50 Bromlield 
I Boris P. J. 5 Montgomery place 
I Gardner Francis, 12 West Cedar 
! Godefrin A. 58 Studio building 
| Harney Marie Madame, 5 Van Kern 

salacr place 
' Ladrevt C. 129 Tremont 
iMnggi Albert C. Col. 74 W. Cedar 
! Morand H. 231 Tremont 
I MORAND P. 231 Tremont 
1 Muth Hugo, 25 Winter, room 3 



Adam IT. A. 12 Temple place 

Adam P. G. Mi<s, 12 Temple place 

Bay State Commercial College, 538 
Washington (book-keeping) 

BILL A. 1>. 94 Tremont (bookkeeping. 
&c., see adv. pane 643) 

Brooks William II. 4 7 Winter 

Bryant. Stratton, & Co. 32 Summer 
(bookkeeping) 

Carroll Charles. 9 Somerset 

Comer's Commercial College, 323 
Washington (bookkeeping, &c.) 

Cushing Thos., Cbxuncy Hall School 

De Bonneville A. G. Madame, 54 
Chestnut 

De Maltehyce M. Mrs. 102 Revere 

Dixwell Epos S. 20 Boylston place 

Eaton William II. 283 Washington 

Eayrs William X. 10 Somerset 

Egan Lawrence P. 814 Federal 

Eissfeldt F. 274 Wash, (mathematics) 

Fette Win. E. 4 2 Hancock 

French Charles, 460 Wash, (book- 
keeping, &e.) 

Ga<je Marv S. 3 Montgomery place 

Gannett George Rev. 26 Pemberton 

souare - \ ^ ernon i , 

ii-ii it l- -p W. nr \r „„t Perkins R. L. Allston place 
Hillard -uhaE. Ik 116 Mount . M - « 2 , UVst 

Hocljrw tred. Mrs. 12 Imnnle place | ^^ ^ ig navwapJ lai . c 



Hooper X. L. 45 Bowdoii 

Johnson 'Caroline C. Miss, 48 Bowdoin 

Kendall II. C. 538 Washington 

Kidder Thompson, 221 Washington 

Ladd Wm. 11.. Chauney Hall 

Little Eleanor F., Kinder Garten 

Miller John L*. 99 Pleasant 

Place E. P., Temporary Home, 24 

Kneeland 
Richardson F. 1!' Tremont row 
Sampson II. II. Miss, \'< Tremont 
Sawyer .\ Lovell. 2 7-1 Wash, (book- 
keeping) 



tell en \\ m. 
I Suarez Manuel S. De. 22 Congi 

(Spanish) 
I Talbot Guillaume II. 28 Winter 
Torricelli J. B. 16 liovlston pi 
TRAUTMANX-PEKRIX, 4 Court 
and 56 Summer ( French, Sp 
&c.,see adv. pane i»18) 
Viau E. II. 7 Wc<t Cedar (French) 

Music. 
Adams J. W. 289 Washington 
Arbuckle M. 42 Sharon 
Baker Beni. F. .".5 1 Washington 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY" 



Teaclu rs of Music — continued. 
Ball S. 15. 32i School 
Bancroft S. A. 20 Tremont Temple 
Barrett W. I>. 86 Lexington, E. B. 
Bemis George, 106 Court 
Bond A. 67 Chambers 
Bricher Thomas, if) Tremont Temple 
Brown (). B. 126 Tremont 
Bruce E. 3 West Chester Park 
Butler ('has. 21)1 Washington 
Carter Henry, 6 Allston 
Cobb Joseph P. 246 Washington 
Pa ma L. 216 Washington 
Daum H. 291 Washington 
DE GRASSE C. M. 42 Grove 
De Ribas A. L. 36 Common 
De Witr W. E. 224 Harrison avenue 
Dixey II. C. 554 Washington 
Dowiies I. II. K. 8 Suffolk place 
Dow II. M. Davis Street 
Dressel Otto. 32 Derne 
Emery S. A. 339 Washington 
Endress August, 8S Carver • 
Fernald A. H. 27 7 Washington 
Fillebrown A. 8 Oliver place 
Foster F. F. Mrs. 291 Washington- 
Garcia Jas. 11. 36 Common 
Glynn Wm. C 593 Washington 
Graupner II. II. 58 Pinckney 
Grover L. 0. 32 Kneel and 
Halfbrd W. Mrs. 8 Chambers 
Hamann A. 274 Washington 
Harden Winslow L. 19 Tremont 

Temple (guitar) 
Hendepsori Chas. 25 West Orange 
Hill Francis G. 21 La Grange 
Hill Junius W. 154 Tremont 
Hills J. A. 26 West., room 6 
Holt II. E. 62 Tyler 
Howard G. II. 554 Washington 
Hudson Joseph C. 29 Pleasant 
Johnson J. C. 16 Summer 
.Julio A. 15 Warren 
Keller J. A. 251 Washington 
Keller J. A. jr. 2 Worcester place 
Kelly A. O. 'l 7 Canton 
Kidder C. Miss, 848 Washington 
Kreissman A., Hotel Pelham 
Lam.r 1>. J. 246 and 554 Washington 
Long J. H.Mrs. 6 D wight 
Luttrell C. J. 22 \ Harrison avenue 
Marshall L. 12 Tremont Temole 
MeDonal 1 Alex'r. 2 South Russell 
Meisel Carl. 291 Washington 
Merrill Martha W. Miss, 26 Oxford 
Oliver E. [J. 26 Oxford 
Pjiigo J. 15. Mrs.*246 Wash, (mutual) 
Paine David, has. Chauney st. Church 
Parker J. C. 1>. 52 Chium-y 
Parmentor L. 11. 3 1 !• Washington 
Perkins .1. E. r >7 Summer 
Perkins W. O. <i7 Summer- 
Pray W. M. 23 Joy's building 
KaiiiGtti Joseph, 3 1 2 Tremont 
Iliekseker J. S. 30 Kingston 



Rudolphscn J. F. 291 Washington 
Ryder A. ('. 371 Tremont 
Ryder Thomas P. 2#1 Washington 
Seipp J. II. ll!) Second 
Sharland J. 15. 100 Washington 
Suck ( 'has. 363 Tremont 
Suck G. F. 364 Tremonl [E. P.. 

Tompkins Dexter A. 63 Maverick, 
Tufts John W. 1 Van Renssalaer pi. 
Turner Jos. W. 6 Winthrop block,E.B. 
Walker Puss 15. 117 Chum 
Webb G. J. lis Mount Vernon 
Werner A. 97»i Washington 
Wetkerbee J. <>. 38 Union Park -t. 
Willis W. II. 224 Harrison avenue 
Wheeler L. W. 13 Tremont row 
Whitney A. N. & James, •_'!»; Wash. 
Whitney M. W. 6 7 Summer 
Wight Henry F. 544 Washington 
Witherspoon Geo. F. 201 Springfield 
Worcester E. 109H Washington 
Wright J. S. 13 Avery 
Zerrahn Carl, 277 AVashingtou 

Tea Dealers. 

Adams. Fessenden, & Co. 177 Court 
Ar Showe & Co. 25 Union 
ATWOOD E. L. ,s: CO. US Black- 
stone and 153 Hanover 
Brackett F. B. & Co. 14 Central whf. 
Brackett, Sias, & Co. 78 Central 
Brickett Thomas B. 12 Central 
Dunforth. Scudder, & Co. 203 State 
DWINELL & CO. 4 Liberty square 

(packer) 
Goodnow D. & Co. 93 Commercial 
Guild Wm. A., Beach, cor. Albany 
Higuins Ceo. W. & Co. 141 Miik 
Jewett D. E. 26 Central 
JOHNSTON T. II. SS Union 
Kimball O. G. & Co. 12 India 
Lord J. II. 664 Washington [packer) 
Mosman Nathan. 37 Central (eaddies& 
N A S 1 1 I s R A E L \- C . 8 5 B road 
NOsborn Wm. J. 78 Central 

Perkins. Ford. & Co. 22 Broad 
I Peters &: Chase, 22 Central (importers) 
: Pettes J. O. & Co. 11 Tremont 
Robinson S. S. C. 48 and 49 Chatham 
Rosenneld M. 663 Washington 
I Saunders Thos. 109 Beach 
Sias, Brackett. & Co. 78 Central 
Thaver R. S. 284 Washington 
Tute, Fay, & Morey, 16 S. Market 
i Whiton J. P. 24 Broad 
! Whitnev II. A. k Co. 21 Broad 
Williams J. D. & M. 185 State 

Teamsters. 

! Allen Hugh, ti~>-2 Washington 
I Benton Nathan C. 12 Lindall 

Bonner m Sutherland, 157 Endicott 

Case & Dodge, 97 Sudbury 
' Cutter Ammi, 26 S. Market 
j Devereux J. 37 7 Washington 



TEAMSTERS — TINSMITHS AX!) SHEET-IRON WORKERS. 



Doherty Barney lSc Patrick, opp. 31 

Mcdfbrd 
Downing W. P. 43 N. Market 
IVrauson J. 210 Commercial 
Field I>. S. 28 Merchants row 
Fisk D. Dexter & Co. Devonshire, 

cor. Franklin 
French C. C. 99 Central 
Frost & Co., Chiireh, c. Providence 
Furber & Co. 84 F. II. Market 
Hayes M. 23 State 
Hilton & Grover. 135 Pearl 



II. 



Henry S., F. II. Market 



Ifurn Jos. 71.3 Washington 

Moore W. S. 45 Tremont 

Poor James E. & Co. o77 Washington 

Porter Wm., River street 

Powers, Cook, & Co. 100 Blackstone 

Howe S. S., Albany, c. Canton 

Sawtell Geo. II. M. 502 Washington 

Scates Clark S. 23 State 

Smith O. II. P. 1 Haymarket square 

Taylor James, 4 7 Chatham 

Thorn N. S. 4 7 Commercial 

Tyner Win., Franklin, e. Washington 

Teeth. {Artificial) 
WHITE S. S. 16 Tremont row (see 
adv. opp. page ?>SJ) 

Telegraph Offices. 
Franklin Telegraph Co. 3 7 State 

branch office, 64 Franklin 
Insulated Line Telegraph Co. 13 

Doane and 112 State 
Western Union Co. 83 State 

Tents and Awnings. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commercial 

Martin James .S; Son, 1 1 -i Commercial 

YALE It. M. 14 Commercial (see 

adv. page 645) 

Theatrical Machinists. 
WELD & BOYSON, 390 Tremont 
(see adv. page 7 74) 

Threads. {Rubber.) 
MANHATTAN RUBBER CO., 
Stephen I). Bennett, pres. 50 Milk 
(see adv. page 796) 

Threads, Yarns, &c. 
Avre L. 1015 Washington 
CLAPP WILLIAM. :;07 Washington 
Cobb F. W. 20 Winter 
Coleman Lewis & Co. 75 Milk 
Ellis F. D. & Co. ll Federal 
Emerson 1). R. I I Winter 
Everett E. 1). 116 II mover [Franklin 
Gardner, Pratt, & Maekintire, 44 
Grady M. T. 121 Tremont 
Harrington J. & Co. 17 Tremont row 
Holmes U. \V. \ Co. 7 Liberty square 
Holmes < liven, ;;:» l Washington 
KIMBALL, LINDSAY, & CO. (see 
adv. [K.gc 7 7.:-) 



Mahan E. J. Mrs. 16] Shawmut ave. 
Morse John C. & Co. 99 Devonshire 
Osgood -I. C. 33 Winter 
Peck, Heaton, & Co. 12 Milk 
Pratt A. S. 87 Devonshire 
Rait James, 63 Milk (shoe) 
Shepard E. N. 389 Washington 
Shmnway F. P. 27.") Washington 
Stearns R. II. & Co. 2 7 and 29 Summer 
TAINTERGEO. (machine thread) 

151 Milk 
Whitney N. I). & Co. 12!) Tremont 

Ticket Agents. 

{See Transportation Agents.) 

Tiles. 

(See Drain Pipe, also Fi're Brick.) 

Edmond James & Co. 13 Liberty sq. 

Story Joseph, 1J2 Tremont 

Tin Can Manufacturers. 
Banker & Carpenter, 10 7 State and 

12 North -Market 
MOLLIS C. & (r. 20 Custom-House 

st. (see adv. pajje 636) [Broad 

Russ Chas. E. agt. Boston Can Co. 43 

Tinsmiths and Sheet-Iron 
Workers. 
(See also Stove Dealers.) 
Acres George T. 252 Commercial 
Auerbaeh Hermann. 783 Washington 
Baxter Wm. S. 5 Williams court 
Binney John, 122 and 124 Broad 
Bragg, Mace, <Sc Co. 58 Blackstone 
Bronvwieh Chas. M., Broadway, cor. I 
Center Geo. 13 7 Broadwav 
CHILSON GARDNER," 99 Black- 
stone (see adv. inside front cover) 
Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford 
Drurv Thomas, 60 Endieott 
DunklecB. W. & Co. 113 Blackstone 
Edwards C. K.. liar. ave. c. Concord 
French II. F. 71 Canton 
Ilawkes S. M. 83 Sudburv 
MOLLIS CHAS. &GEO. 20 Custom- 
Honse street (tin and zinc cans and 
d ru agists' cans, see adv. page 636) 
Jewell ^\ Co. 1160 Federal, op. Dexter 
Johnson J. A. 6 Bedford 
Knott J. R. 67 Blackstone 
Lyons & Callahan, 83 Concord 
Maines J. 25 Blackstone 
Malone Philip, 145 Charlestown 
.MASON GEORGE II. 154 and 15S 

Blackstone (see adv. page038) 
Morandi Francis, 65 Union 
Morse Mark F. 9-1 Blackstone 
Sherburne John, " : Lewis, E. B. 
Smith II. M., Washington, cor. Lenox 
Stimpson J M. 921 Washington 
Wadman W. B. 101 1 \Va>hington 
Waterman J. G. •"> & < Essex 
Wood J. L. 1"'.» Haverhill 

Wright Thomas, 11 Marshall 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRKCTORY. 






Tin Plate Stampers. 
DOVER STAMPINl r CO. 88 and 90 j 

North 

Tobacco. 
(See also Cigars and Snuff.) 
Abbot G. W. & Co. 21 Central wharf 
Barrett C. B. 45 North Market 
Barry S. 28 Cambridge 
Bassett W. A. 21 Blackstone 
Batchelder X. W. & Co. 12 Broad 
Beniis Emerv, 7 India wharf (leaf ) 
Bracket! F. : B. & Co. 14 Central whf. 
Brickett Thomas B. 12 Central 
BREWER C. & SONS, 14 S. Market 

(see adv. page 631) 
Brown Daniel S. & Co. 31 & 33 Broad 
CARRUTH I). J. & CO. 61 and 63 

Blackstone (see adv. page 638) 
Carruth If. & Co. 46 Hanover [(leaf) 
Davenport John, jr. 107 Purchase 
Dodd John A. & Co. 223 State 
Fisher & Co. 23 and 24 Central whf. 
Fretch Wm. S. 9 Change ave. (leaf) 
Good now Asa, 12 Central wharf 
Goulston II. 5 Change avenue 
Higgins Goo. W. & Co. 141 Milk 
KAAN GEO. 13 Central wharf 
Leeds Richard, 17 Central wharf 
Legs Wm. A. 107 Purchase 
Levin Jas. F. 23 Central whf. (extract) 
Mohr C. 3 7 Cambridge • 
Mower J. W. 96 Union 
Mitchell A. R. 24 Broad 
Nagree A. B. 116 Cambridge 
NASH ISRAEL & CO. 85 Broad 
Neulield L. 7 Central wharf 
Oettenger Joseph. 8 7 Pleasant 
Parker C. P. ^ Co. 5 Central wharf 
Parker E. B. 18 Central wharf 
Pierce M. 115 Hanover (leaf) 
Pa. Mia F. L. & J. A. 125 Hanover 
Susmann Bros. 9 Union 
Thompson A., Broadway, corner C 
Thompson J. 51 Revere 
Tilton Stephen & Co. 10 Central whf. 
Tute, Fay, & Morey, 16 S. Market 
Traiser Henry, 125 and 138 Court 
Tudor & Co.' 3 Adams 
Waitt C. 130 Commercial (leaf) 
Wasserboehr J. E. & Son, 24 Union 
Waterman Geo. T. & Co. 15 Central 

wharf 
WILDER & ESTABROOKS, 7 

Commercial 
Williams G. F. & Co. 16 Central whf. 
Whitney II. A. &*Co. 21 Broad 
Whiton J. W. 2 » Province 
Young J. II. 38 Broad 

Tobacco Extract. 

Levin James F. 23 Central wharf 

Toilet Articles. 
KELLEY & EDMANDS, 156 Wash, 
(see adv. page 7 72) 



Tools. 

Bailey Leonard, 73 Haverhill (wood 
working) 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad, c. State (see 
adv. inside hack cover) 

TUCKER, APPLETON, & WHIT- 
NEY. 8 Union (see adv. p. 620) 

Tool Sharpener. 

GillM. D. 4 7 Haverhill 

Tow Boats. 
Baker <Sc Howe-, 90 Commercial 
BAKER DANIEL, 130 Commercial 
Davis John, 1 Commercial wharf 
Davis II. 304 Commercial 
Winsor T. agent, 22 T wharf 

Toy Manufacturer. 

JAQUITH A. B. 60 Albany (see adv. 
page 783) 

Translator and Teacher of 

Languages. 

TRAUTMANN-PERRIN, 4 Court, 

and i)G Summer (see adv. p. 613) 

Transportation Agents. 

Abbott O. W. 15 State 
Bartlett C. L. & Co. 16 Broad (Cali- 
fornia Mail Steamships) 
Bean J. Q. A. 21 State 
Brush Walter J. 5 State 
Clark H. W. 82 Washington 
Clark Wm. B. 74 Washington 
Clark W. M. 74 Washington 
Cushman Albert, Old State House — 

Red Line 
DOCK PAY G. J. 76 and 78 Wash. 

(G. W. Despatch) 
Dunlap J. S. 15 State (E. R. R.) 
Harris Geo. J. 7 7 Washington 
Haseltine Wm. B. 13 Foster's wharf 
HOCKING JOHN. 7 State 
Kidder G. G. 71) Washington 
Kimball Otis, Old State House 
Knight A. L. 35 School (A. Ck G. W. 
Railway) [pcan 

Lawrence & Rvan, 10 Broad (Euro- 
Millis L. 5 State (V. C. R. R. line) 
Mills James, 19 State 

I NUTTER G. T. 15 State (C. & N. 
W. Railway) 

'Parker T. W. 1<>C, Washington 

| Pote J. H. & Co. 25 Merchants row 

j Randall Paul Iv. 21 State 

' Richardson J. W. 76 and 7* Wash. 

; Richardson L.D.82 Wash.(whiteline) 
Torrey, Balch, & Van Praag, 127 

Commercial 
Shiverick George, 82 Washington 
Smith James S., Old State House (I* 

S. &. M. S. line) 
Shutter C. 134 Washington 
Welteh S. & Co. 129 State 
Whitney II. M. 15 State (M. S.S.I 



TREES, SHRUBS, ETC. — TRUCKMEN'. 



b6\ 



Trees, Shnibs, &c. 

Bradlce J. D 41 Water 

PARKER, GANNETT, & OS- 
GOOD, 49 N. Market and 46 Mer- 
chants row (see adv. page 606) 

Storv Wm, 0. 19 Merchants row 

Wells B. T. & Co. 7 Water 

Trimming Goods. 

Allen, Alden, & Co. 295 Washington 
Anderson & Baird, 7 and 9 Milk 
Barker B. G. & Co. 55 Congress 
Boon, Frost, & Co. 71 Milk & 3 Fed'l 
Burr Bros. & Co. 76 Franklin 
Butler & Rogers, 21 Milk 
Callahan A. & Co. 21 Arch 
Champnev Bros. & Co. 136 Devon. 
CLAP? WILLIAM. 307 Washington 
Cobb F. W. 20 Winter 
Conner 5c Norris, 2S5 Washington 
Dexter, Lambert, & Co. 26 Devon- 
shire (manufacturers) 
Emerson D. R. 14 Winter 
Fiedler Bros. 221 Wash, (manuf.) 
Gardner, Pratt, & Maekintire, 44 

Franklin 
Gleason Ellen & M. 393 Washington 
Green F. A. 521 Washington 
Howard J. A., Winter 
Hubbard Dudley, 1 29 Tremont and 47 

Winter (manufacturers) 
Kiniz C. E. & Co. 52 and 54 Summer 
KIMBALL, LINDSEY, & CO. 1 & 

2 Otis (see adv. page 775) 
LANE E. J., TUTTLE, & CO. 27 

and 29 Hr-wlev (undertakers) 
Lethbridge M. M. 56 Winter 
Lewis, Brown, & Co. 15 Franklin 
Lovett Geo. W. & Co. 8 & 10 Winter 
McLaughlin John. 115 Tremont 
Merrill Bros. X Gushing, 13 Summer 
Osgood J. C. 33 Winter 
Peyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 
RORABACK J. S. 14) Temple place 
Shumwav F. P. 275 Washington 
Stearns P. II. & Co. 27 & 29 Summer! 
Sweehev M. C. Mrs. 78 Pleasant 
Walsh Wm. Mrs. 23 Carver 

Truckmen. 

Allman T. jr. 21 Commercial 

Aver Jos. X. 7 Blaekstone 

1) merofi T. idh Central 

Broekway W. 11.50 Rroad 

Butler & Litttefield. 1*8 State 

Case 8c Dodge, 97 Sudbury 

Phased Wood sum, 204 Commercial 

Clonjjh \ Co.. Broad, near Milk 

Conant X ithan, 21 India 

Cowan A. W., Meridian, op. Monm'th 

Crozier \ Ki Ider. 19 Cnrnhiil 

Darling i). fc T. 50 Kilby 

Deane & Co., Cftmvh, cor. Providence I 

Dooliuie.Seth O. 51 Broad 

Doolittle, Pennell, St Co. 2 Broad I 



Estabrooka & Sibley, 28 Central and 

GO Pearl 
Fearing & Renfrew. 25 Broad 
Fisk S. C. & G. 19 Chatham 

Flanders Lewis & Co. 93 Central 
Frost <S: Co., Church, c. Providence 

Gile S. & M. 47 Long wharf 

Gilman G. 10 Merchants row and 
Franklin, corner Hawley 

Goodnough X Somes, 24.} Commerce 

Gorham II. S. & Co. 2 Faneuil Hall 

Grealy P. 4 2 Water 

Hall Leonard, 149 Blaekstone 

Hartshorn D. II. 2 Broad 

Hayes Martin & Co. 1 Berkeley 

Ilodgkins Levi, 177 Slate 

Hilliard J. S. 19 Custom-house street 

Hilton & Grover, 133 Pearl 

Holt 1). 161 Blaekstone 

Molt, Steadman, & Co. 97 Federal 

Holt & Wright, 107 Pearl 

Hutchins N. 21 Pearl 

Jenkins X Co. 1 Liberty square 

Johnson & Co. 31 Kilby 

Joy, Nowlin, & Co. 26 Water 

Kingsbury &: Co., Custom House 

Knights E. H. .X Co. 126 Central 

Lane Edwin, 91 Lowell 

Leeman L. G. 67 P. lack -tone 

Littlefield Jacob, 86 Pearl and 1 Blac k- 
stone 

]\Iarch & Bowman, 149 Pearl 

Meads John P., India, onp. Wharf st. 

Miles E. 3G Broad 

Minot Otis, B. & L. R. R. 

Moore F. L. .X Co. 30 Fulton 

Morgan P. 5 Liberty square 

Morrill E. P., Morton place 

Morse C. II. & Co.. Custom House 

Nason & Littlefield, 56 Commercial 

Nay Ira A. & Co. 9 t Pearl 

Nerd T. W. 112 Water 

Nelson X Co. 147 Milk 

Newell N. N., Chatham row, cor. But- 
ler square 

Norcross X Co. 4 City wharf 

Page, Fifield, X Co., Franklin, c. Arch, 
and 29 India 

Place M. 78 Merrimac 

Plaisted John, 107 Fulton 

Powers, Cook, & Co. 100 Blaekstone 

Presby Geo. 30 Franklin 

Putney Milton J., Franklin, c. Wash. 

Roberts & Co. 6 India 

Robinson II. B. 212 State 

Ryder D. C. 10 Commercial wharf 

Salsbury J. G., Chatham row,c. But- 
ler row 

Scates C. S. 23 State 

Smith B. A. 8-1 Federal 

Stewart L. II. & Co. 2 1 Franklin and 
128 Water 

Stone K. II. X Co. 42 South Market 

Thompson vM Wilson, 295 Broad, and 
14 Foster's wharf 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



True 1 : np.n — continued. 
Twomay E. & Co. 6 Lewis wharf 
Vaughan James .S: Co. 349 Broad 
Webster A. & Co. 19 Commerce 
Wheclock J. 15. & Co. 68 Friend 
Whipple &-Co. 100 Mirk 
.White II. K. 20 South Market 
Wilson (J. II. & M. C. 2 Broad 
Young Bros, & Co. 80 Devonshire 

Trunk and Valise Manufs. 

Baeon T C. <x Co. 1 Union 
Baker J. B. & Co. 12 Court 
Bornstein I). J. 76 Union 
Burkmar A. I>. 218 Commercial 
Cutter G. W. & Co. 3 Pock square 
Daggett Frederick K. tk Co. 4G Milk 
Dolan J. E. & Co. 159 Blackstone 
Duncan John A. 18 Washington 
Easter ^x Winship,,3 Elm 
Halev& Read, 36 Mlk 
Hall Edward P. G. 28 Pleasant 
Holmes Wm. 21 Tremont 
Keefe J. J. 97 Charlestown 
McDonald Alexander, 44 School 
Neat, Kearney, & Co. 52 Elm, 2,4 | Dennison & Co. (bright pink), 66 Milk 
Friend, and 336 Washington Dillingham & Co. 36 Merchants row 



Ostrom Charles, 257 Washington 
PierctS S. II. I... First, cor. P, 
PRATT DAVID <;. & to6i Albany 

(see ?idv. page 782) 
Kind ill Bros. HI ( 'ausewav 
ROBERTSON JOHN .V.*393 Feder- 
al (see adv. page 7 7;; ) 
Smith Zenas, 3.1 May 
Smvthe J. 87 Causewav 
STACKPOLE J. B. 15 Sudbury (see 
adv. pages 771 and 7 72) 
I Trafton Joel, First, near E 
j Watson <x Bisbee, Causeway, e. Friend 
! Wetherbee Geo. M. 5 Chickering j>l. 
| WOOD & CHESTER, 18 and 21 
Harvard place (sec adv. page 614) 

Twine. 

American Net and Twine Co. 43 Com- 
mercial 

Binnev & Co. 64 Kilby 

Boston Flax Mills, C. T. Hubbard, 
agent, 83 Commercial 

Botsford Bros. 3 Hawley 

Brooks D. B. & Co. 55 Washington 



RICH, PITMAN, & Co. 84 and 86 

Union (see adv. page 624) 
Roulstone E. A. G. 7 Tremont 
Sage O. W. 546 Washington 
Shelton & Cheever, 25 Court 
Streckcr & Frank, 72 Union 
TYLER J. L., Union, cor. Marshall 
Virgin Geo. A. 384 Hanover 

Truss Makers. 



Warren I. B. & Co. 14 Spring lane 
Bartlett & Batman, 163 Washington Wilder & Co. 60 Water 



Dillingham N. S. 43 V Congress 
Goodwin & Osgood, 74A Milk 
Hall II. W..K.& Co. 21 Water 
Holmes D. W. & Co. 7 Liberty square 
Pinkham Henrv V. 50 and 52 Friend 
ROGERS, SPELLING, & CO. 99 

an<l 101 Broad . 
Sampson Edwin IT. 19 Exchange 
Spauiding Bros. 74 Milk 



CODMAN & SHURTLEFF, I a and 

15 Tremont (sec adv. page 61 7) 
Foster C, D.Mrs. 7 Maple pi. (ladies') 
Foster J. Frederick, 19 Boylston 
Frond W. P. ,x Co. 38 Portland 
Kraft F. & Co. 7 and 9 Spring lane 
.each vX Greene, 2 Tremont Temple 



Type and Stereotype 

Foundries. 

Boston Stereotype Foundry, Daniel 

W. Rogers, agent, 4 Spring lane 
Boston Type Foundry, J. K. Roger?, 
trea<nrcr. 55 Water 



New England Hard Rubber Truss Co. j £i"*tis£ Type Foundry. 2 I Congress 
I ;> School -New England lype Foundry, Chan- 



Phelps W. IP 68 Tremont 
Skinner N. Mi<<. 6 Seaver place 
White C. W. & Co. (supporters), 99 

Court 



dler, Cousens, >x Co. fiO Congress 
PETERS C. J. ,x SOX. 13 Washing- 
ton (see adv. page 643) 
Phelps, Dalton, ex Co. 52 Wash. 
| Pinkert Herman, 41 Congress 
I Whitcomb II. C. ,x Co. 15 Water 



I 



Turners. 
Abbott J. F. 35 Haverhill 
Bourgujgnon ScBriti I ivorv ) 109 Wash. ' Umbrellas and Parasols. 
Bullock George, is Albany I Bates J. L. 129 Washington 

Bvrnes Lawrence, 17 Harvard place ! Binnev Matthew's Sous. 56 Congress 
Couch John, 16 Harvar.1 place Colton Wm. II. 630 Federal 

JAQUITH A. U. 60 Albany (laney, Corley Tliomas, 29 South 

see adv. page 7S3) ; George A. I), -x Chipman G. E. 93 

MAXSOX & PETERSON, Border.! Court 
cor. Decatur, E. B. (see adv. page Jackson J. A. 59 Tremont 
619) Lillev J. I). & R. M. 65 Court 

McNTTTJ. J.. Noveltv Wood Works Lyon Jos. ,x Co. 21 Winter 
Warehani and Maiden (see adv. p.! O'Malley P. 132 Essex 
7 7 7) • i Weis & Zoebisch, 308 Washington 



UNDERTAKERS — VALISES. 



541 



Undertakers. 
U 'nson Constant T. 82 Prince 
Brown NVm. E. 11 Bennington, E. B. 
Brown W. II. 11 Bennington 
Cole J. '!'• 1 11 Broadway 
(uol.'v William, 26 Eliot 
COTTER JAMES. 132 Beach 
Dillon Richard, !5 Oliver place 
Ellard Daniel, 180 Federal 
Faxon Oren, 57 Dover • 
Field P. E. 33 B, cor. Silver 
Havnes James, basement of Emmanu- 
el Chapel 
Johnson George jr. 23 Pitts 
Jones Lewis. 122 Court 
Marden David, 365 Hanover 
Marden It. S. G. 305 Hanover 
O'Sullivan Daniel, 84 Havre. E. B. 
PEAK JOHN & SOX, 146 Friend 
Fierce John W. 190 Federal 
Pratt Caleb I. 190 Federal 



Lindergreen 0. "1 Border, E. P>. 
Long Martin W. 121 Shawniul ave. 
Lueey M. J. 78 Albany 
Mackie Robert, 3 Ks.-ex and 160 Wash 
MEAGHER J. W. 3 Chambers (see 

adv. page 7:»7) 
Manson I), rear 242 Hanover 
Olander P. J. 34 Border, E. B. 
Parsons A. K. 1005 Washington 
Parsons & Torrey, 685 A\ ashiugton 
Paul J. & Co. 338 Washington 
Paul & Co. 35 1 Washington 
Russell & Phelps, 21 Brattle 
Roeth C. W., Hotel Pelham 
Scales James, 922 Wash in [ton 
SHACKFORD E. lou6 Wash. 
Squires S. >S: Co. 577 Wash. 
Stevens Geo. \V. 601 Wash. 
Story Chas. F. Ill Shawmut ave. 
ITreadwell S. A. 52U Wash. 
Turner Henry A. & Co. 31 West 



Smith Franklin & Son, 251 Tremont Viner G. 324 Washington 



Stearns Hiram, 3 Newbern place 
Sullivan Dennis, 8 7 Brighton 
Taylor Ilinjh. 44 Temple 
Tinkham Jeremiah, 20 Howard 
Whitney Nahum P. 19 Blossom 

Undertakers' Trimmings. 

Barnes "Win. II. 4 2 Union 
Miller Ellis F. 67 Union 

Upholsterers. 

Bacall Win. K. 609 and 611 Wash. 

Beal & Hooper, 4 Holmes block 

Blake Guonre T. 20 Cornhill 

BOYCE BROTHEPvS, 583 Wash- I Croome G. & Co. 304' Washington 

ington (see adv. page 7 7d) | Cunningham W. II. & Co. 1-1 1 W . di 

BRAMAX. SHAW. & CO. 27 Sud- j.;ni s J. A. & Co. 2 Studio Building 

bury (see adv. page 783) ! yyc xs \y, ;>. & (Jo. 28 Brmniield 

BUCKLEYS BANCROFT, 503 and \ F()wlo & Tripp , ...; \\ a>hington 

51.1 Wash, (see adv. page. 77G) j ttj x0T1 Edward & Co. 172 W a^hington 

Coates J. E. 4- Lincoln Hamphreva J. cs: Co. 2-1 Rroiuiielil 

COPP &PEAR, 3S7 Wash, (see adv. i fci m ij a n & Co. 160 Wa>hiuirton 



Watts Edward, 25 Harvard 
Weafer Richard. 109 Cambridge 

| Wetherbee J. W . >\ Co. 9 Merrimac 

| Zeuuer II. 523 Washington 

Upholstery Goods. 

Allen A. II. 1 and 2 Dock square and 

20 Cornhill 
Blake George T. 20 Cornhill 
Blake & Alden, 5!) Brattle 
I BUCKLEY & BAN-CROFT, 511 
| Washington (see adv. page 7 7';) 
j COPP & PEAR, 387 Washingt. 
(see adv. page 784) 



page 784) 

Croome George & Co. 304 Wash. 

Cuilen William, 21 Charles 

Cunningham Geo. II. & Co. 141 
Washington 

Deane James W. 60-Leverett 

Dederky Henry. 744 Washington 

Durant .James, 39 Kingston 

Ellis J. A. & Co. 2 Studio building 

HALLETT JAMES LI. & SON, 17 
Hock sip (see adv. pane 318) 

Ifali-v. Morse, & Bovden, 107 Wash. 

Hixon Edward& Co. 172 Wash. 

Humphreys J. & Co. 21 Bromtield 

Ingram George, LSI Dover 

Un itution or tin* Blind. 20 Bromfiold 

Uvrn S. 141 Bl tckstonc 

Kimball & Co. 160 and 164 Wash. 

Lawrence, Wilde, v\ Hull, 4 2 Corn- 
lull 

Libber Moses 11. 194 Broadway 



Lawrence, Wilde, K Hull, 44 and 46 
Cornhill 

Os id 11. B. IS Canal 

Pease Charles F. 164 Washington 
Solomon B. L. & Sons, 4 Studio bid. 
Svdnev G. 265 Washington 
Turner 11. A. & Co. 31 West 
Ware Geo, W. & Co. 12 Cornhill 

Upholstery and Carriage 

Goods, (//h/wj-m*.) 

Burr, Brown, & Co. (manufacturers), 

83 Devon-hire 
Champney II. T, -' ; ()! ^ 
Cushimi \ Bliss. 2s Milk i 1 rankhn 
Metealf, Papendiek, & Litthti 
SytFerman C. F. 50 ami 52 Federal 

Valises. 

RICH, PITMAN, & CO. 84 and 86 
Union (see adv. page 624) 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Varnish and Japan Manufs. 
Banker & Carpenter, 107 State 
BASSETT & BILLINGS, 7 Bath 

(see adv. page 62G) 
Crafts & Williams, ."> and 6 Com'! whf. 
Crocker, Wadsworth, & Co. 34 India 
Crowell Bros, ^c Co. 61 Union 
Cutler A. L. & Co. 153 State 
FOLSOM, GILMAN, & I 'OPE, 15 

Central (see adv. front colored p.) 
HOWE & FRENCH, tig Blackstoue 

(see adv. pa ire 809) 
Hunneman W. C. jr. 39 India 
Hyde M. Smith, 17 East Castle 
Marshall II. X. F. & Co. 78 Broad 
MERRILL BROTHERS, 213 and 

215 State (sec adv. pace 769) 
PAGE SAMUEL & SON, 4 Lib- 
erty square 
Pearl" Edward & Co. 8 India 
Poor Charles V. 30 India 
PORTE It JOHN & CO. 101 and | 

103 Water (see adv. page 643) 
Pratt Win. & Co. (dealers), 20£ Elm I 
Rogers Artemas, 18 Canal 
Spooner ('has. M. ^ Co. 105 Fulton | 
Stieknev J. W. & Co. 64 Broad (pa 

rafiine) 
VALENTINE 8c CO. 32 Kilby 
"Wheeler As thel, 6 7 Water 

Varnishing and Polishing. 
Lord Benjamin F. 65 Cornhill 
White & King, 344 Washington 

Veneers. 
(See Mahogany.') 

Veneer Cutting Machine. 

PARKER & SLEEPER, 173 Black- 
stone (<«'e adv. page 642) 

Paul Joseph F. 441 Trcmont 

Venetian Blinds. 
CARTWRIGIIT G. B. 324 Wash- 
ington (see adv. pa^e 604) 
Eldridge J. F. & Co. 31 School 
Finni»an M. A. CI Cornhill 
MACCUBBIN E. 16 Avery (see adv. 

Pease Charles F. 164 Washington 

Ventilators. 
Arehimedian \ entilalion Company, 

10 Hawkins 
ROBINSON L.46 Congress (patent, 

see adv. page 781) 

Ventilating S n gineer. 
SUED!) J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 
room 3s (see adv. page 643) 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Croker II. 117 Merrimac 
D iy S. 83 Leverett 
H irvey George W. 18 Portland 
Lillyman Win. II. 8 Kneeland place 



Marshall Joseph, 333 Chelsea, E. B. 
Mattison J., Bedford, cor. Kingston 

Saunders Win.. Su Umry, c. Hawkins 
Stieknev J. il. 55 Temple 
Thayer "E. F 15 1*. S. Hotel 
Very T. S. 18 Pitts 
Wood C M. 1 2 Parker 
Vinegar. 
Partlett W. C. 12G to 132 Fulton 
Boston Vinegar Works, 375 Broad 
COWDREY E. T. & CO. 21 Port- 
land (see adv. page 618) 
Floyd & Walker, 22 Causeway 
French Warren F. & Co. 28 North 

Market [Chatham 

Ilavnes A. 4 South Market and 4 
Poole A. F. 237 North 
Stone William, P, near Sixth 
Ward Joseph W. 123 Water 
Warden William R. 7 7 Commercial 

Vise Makers. 
American Vise Co., S. Vance & Co. 

30 Kilby [Kilby 

Dodge, Gilbert, & Co. (dealers), 3*7 
Massey Jas., Harr. ave. n. Roxb. line 
Union Vise Company, 5 7 Haverhill, 

A. H. Brainard, agent 
Wool ley John, 37 Salutation 

Waddings. ( Wool and Cotton.) 
BACON JOHN 11. 1 Union (see 

adv. page 762) 

Washing and Wringing 
Machines. 
COOLIDGE GEORGE, 3 Milk 
EUREKA CLOTHES WRINGER, 

T.J. Alexander, agent, 113 Court 

(see adv. page 642) 
Geoige R. W. 42 Elm 
Hood George ft. agent, 7 Water 
WARD J. & CO. 102 Summer 
Watch Case & Glass Manufs. 
Mamot Bros. 23 "Water 
TIIIERY CHAS. L. 7 Harvard pi. 

office 151 Wash, (see adv. p. 62S) 

Watehclocks. 

BUERK J. E. 4 7 Congress (portable. 

see adv. pages 71)2 and 7 !_,»;>) 
Edmands &. Hamblet, 40 Hanover 

Watch Dial Makers. 
GOLD & SPURR, 22 Bromfield (see 

adv. page 634) 
Watch Makers & Repairers. 

(See also Jewelry, Watches, i\'c.) 
Adams G. E. 37;> Washington 
Bacon & Co. 30 Elm 
Bailey S. W. 1D3 Washington 
Barton Richard, 216^ Washington 
Bigelow J. J. 2.] Bromfield 
Bond Charles, £92 Washington 
\)<m<\ William & S,,n, 17 Cougn - 
Briggs L. C. 13 Maverick sq. E. B. 



WATCH-MAKERS, ETC. — WEIGHERS AND GAUGERS. 543 



Brooks A. II. 2201 Washington 
Brown 11. It. 9 Court 
Bryant F. S. 5d Fleet 
Bugbeu G. S. 21 Eliot 
Clajlp Thomas II. 233 Washington 
CROSBY ,v MOUSE, 240 Washing- 
ton (see adv. page 641) 
Currier, Trott, & Co. 14>S Washington 
Daniels Charles, 10 Winter 
Dodge John, 83 Washington 
Elson Julius, 33 Tremont 
Evans G. F. 84 Tremont 
Fay G. II. 9!) Court 



Toland John, ~i:> Federal 
Towne Horatio, >>! Washington 
Tretry David, L187 Washington 
Tueker L. T. 14 Pleasant 
Weston \V. M. 11 Brattle square 
Willard Josiah, '1\)1 Hanover 
! Woodman & Veazie, 301 Tremont 

j Watch-Makers' Tools and Ma- 
terials. 

Harwood Bros.-26 Bromfield 
Mvers S. & J. 'JO Washington 
Palmer & Baehelders, Hi 2 Wash 



Felch & Pa-re, Salem, corner Endicott i Smith II. W. 29 Washington 



Folan & Henehy, 12l> Kneeland 
Gardner Joseph, 121) Washington 
Gerrish Thomas D. 259 Hanover 
Greene Henry B. 13 Salem 
Grueby George II. 19 Washington 
Hastings D. B. & J. 520 Washington 
Hazen George W. 142 Washington 
Heilbron A/1070 AYa<hington 
Hills Richard & Bro. 20G Washington 
Horn E. B. 32 Hanover 
Howard E. & Co. 114 Tremont 
Hull Luther C. 5 Winthrop blk. E.B 
Ibbetson J. I). G7G Washington 
Ireland Thomas, 4 Cornhill court 
Jackson Edward, 7 7'J Washington 
Jenkins Osmore, 15G Washington 
Jepson Win. 8 Court square 
Johnson T. S. 1)1 Washington 
Jordan F. J. 4 Cornhill ct. 
Kemlo F. 195 Washington 
Kettell J. V. 158 Washington 
Lovinski A. 12 Brattle square 
Malm F. 1151 Washington 
May Charles, 205 Washington [ave. 
Meservey & Wetherbee, 2 City Hall 
Mullan Win. 32 Winter 
Newhall Jonathan. 719 Federal 
Norcross A. C. 959 Washington 
O'Connell Maurice, 333 Hanover 
Polley George W. 231 Washington 
Potter, Drake, .Sc Co. 25 Water 
Pratt Joseph, 32 Washington 
Pratt Wm. 3G8 Washington 
Raymond F. C. 4 Bromfield 
Reed Geo. P. 34 School 
Reieke Henry. 13 Court square 
Rogers Wm., Washington, eor. Beach 
Rowe Benj. F. 2G.V Salem 
Howe J. II. 177 Washington 
Sherman W. C. 53 Court 
Shipley Samuel, 180 Hanover 
Sisson A. II., Kingston, cor. Beach 
Smith Edwin, 55 [Yemont 
Smith II. W. 29 Washington 
Smith S. C. 81 Hanover 



"Watch Manufacturers. 

American Watch Co., Robbins, 

plcton, & Co. 158 Washington 



Ap- 

114 



Smith S. G. 29 Exchange 
Spear H. T. .\ Son. 15G Washington 
Stowell Francis, 335 Hanover 
Strong Charles, 38 Billeriea 
Strauss Samuel, 7 1!) Wellington 
Tarbell E. 173 Broadway 



Howard Watch and Clock Co. 

Tremont 
Reed Geo. P. 34 School 
Tremont Watch Co., E. S. Philbrick, 

treas. 8 Bromtield 

Water Gauges. 

BRAMAN, DOW, & CO. 3 ami 4 
Havmarket square (see adv. p. G32) 

WHl'TELEY EDWARD, 59 Charles- 
town (see adv. page 7 7 7) 

Water-Wheels. 
I AMERICAN WATER WHEEL 
CO., A. Warren, agent, 31 Ex- 
change and 38 7 Federal (see adv. 
pau;e G33) 

HOLxMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 
11 Haverhill and 2 Beverly (see 
adv. pane G48) 

MeLAUiTILIN GEO. T.&CO. 120 
Fulton, and Si State 

Weather Strips. 
Bradstreet J. Ilea, 57 Wa>hington and 

55 Water 
Mayo II. L. & Co. (Brown's Patent 

Metallic). 49 Tremont 
Pearson W. LI. J. 151 Wash. 
RAYMOND F. O. ,\ CO. 5 S ol- 

lav's building (see adv. page (135) 
Richardson A.J. & Co. G78 Wash. 

Weather Vanes. 
WINN JOHN A. c\: CO. 23 Ex- 
change 
Weighers and Gaugers. 
Calef James A. 22 Lewis wharf 
Cheslev P.. India, opp. Cu>t. in Ho. si 
Child T. II. 33 Commercial whan' 

^ Son. ;{ Cent ral whf. 
, 13 C< utral wh irt' 
iscm, ;'- ( uin'l 

Central v. hart' 
i C. ntral wh irt' 
pposite 51 India 



Cleaves Nath' 
Crooks ( Jeorir 
Crowell & Jo! 
Daniel- Charl - 
Davis F. C. 
Davis K. L. 

Dunnels Amos A. (I . 
tiou wharf 



h Constitu- 



44 



BOSTON r.USI NESS DIRECTORY. 



Weighers, etc. — contimu d. 
Eaton David S. ;>lo Commercial 
Ellon- William, 8 India wharf 
Fuller ( 'has. A., Lombard's wharf 
Ooddard Win. C. 121 Commercial 
Gould Benj. T. 281 India 
Hall Alfred A. G6 Church 
Hall Jnseoh P. opposite 33 India 
Hall Wm! A. 4 Central wharf 
Illsley I > " ; i n « • t T., opp. 51 India 
Illsley Wm. R . opp. ~>1 India 
Lane Samuel, head Union wharf 
Mudge Win. M., opp. 51 India 
Ordway P.. II. 150 State 
Parsons John S. 23 and 24 Comm'l 
Peirson ^ Johnson, 5 Lewis wharf 
Shepard & Reeves, 13 Rowe's wharf 
Sivret James W. 8 Central wharf 
Sweet Nathaniel, 34 Central wharf 

Whalebone Workers. 
Adams Joseph M. 12 Hawley 
Sevey J. A. 3 Bussey place 

Wharfingers. 
Blaney James M. 28 Central wharf 
Brown Gardner C end India wharf 
Bunton Win. 304 Federal 
Col burn Francis, Union wharf 
Crocker J. W., Battery wharf 
Crowell J. I)., Mercantile wharf 
Curtis Henry, 22 T wharf 
Davis Gilman, City wharf 
Davison K. E. 39 Lewis wharf 
Drury ( ):U. Gray's wharf 
Freeman Knowles, Snow's wharf 
Frost E. it., Russia wharf 
Clover Gu>tavus, Wales wharf 
Mersey A. C. 67 Commercial wharf 
I If times Henry T., Comey's wharf 
Homer If.. Atlantic Steamship wharf 
Jones G. J. & Co., Packard's Wharf 
Loring Bailey, 70 Long wharf 
MaeCorry J. S., Vinal's wharf 
Many W.. Boston wharf 
Mi Kie James C. 7 Howe's wharf 
Nelson Thonias, Nelson's wharf, Gran- j 

He, S. B. 
Nichols J. C., Lincoln's and Fiske's- 

wharves 
NICHOLS WM. II.. Bartlett's wharf 
Parker Geo. ( >.. Harris' wharf 
Prouty G. 20 rndia 
Smith W. C, Mast Boston wharf 
Thornton George, Grand Junction; 

wharves 
"Wilder James S., Constitution wharf 

Wii e e Iwri ghts . 
Bell Robert, 13 Bridge 
Briggs Elbridge G. 10 Cove 
Carroll Wm., Harvard, cor. Ctica 
Chamberlain S. in.; Reach 
Croft J. r l'. 90 Beverly 
Donaughey J. 58 Beverly 
Furlong & Palmer, 21 Lancaster 



Gehring C. 418 Tremont 

Hall Leonard, 58 Cove 

Hooker David S. :>:', Sumner, E. B. 

Huckins llufus S. 91 Albany 

Kinsley Lyman (axles), order box 13 
Fulton 

Lakin Sylvester, 303 Broad 

Lally <S: Lenahan, first, n. Dorch. ave. 

McCarthy P. 107 Harv.nl 

MeGowan George P>.. Second, near C 

Milley Thomas, Second, <•. Dorchester 

Norris I. B. 26 Beverly 

O'Conner&Schaffer, ! ; :i Orleans, E.B 

Parker William, Last Castle 

PEABODY B. I. 72 Kiiby (dealer, 
see adv. page 628) 

Perkins A. <S: Co., Liverpool, near Cen- 
tral square 

Rowell W. A. 00 Portland 

Puss C. & Co. 263 Northampton 

Stone C. E. 74 Portland 

Stone Wm. P., First, near B 

Whips. 
American Whip Co. 10 Dock square 
BAEDER & ADAMSON,18Blaek- 

stone (see adv. page 631) 
Melendy & David, 8 Dock square 
Shelton & Cheever, 25 Court 

Willow Workers. 

Harper & Co. 312 Washington 
PARTHE1MULLER F. 8 Harvard 

(see adv. page 788) 
Porter James, 13 Marshall 

Windlasses. 
Kinsley L., 13 Fulton (necks) 
Stone H. N. 132 Commercial 
WILSON J. W. & CO.. 79 and 81 
Haverhill (see adv. page 631) 

Window Glass. 
{See Glass.) 

Window Polish. 
Cool'uhje George, 3 Milk 
Cundy W. II. "3 Milk 
Connor <S: Co. 1 6 1 \ Hanover 
Woodsum & Co. 56 Washington 

Window Shades and Curtain 
■ Fixtures. 

Bradford C. R. & Co.. 103 Hanover 

Brav & Co. 4 Cornhill court 

Briggs !•:. T. 23 Congress 

BRUCE CHARLES H. & CO. G04 
and 606 Washington (see adv. page 
782) 

CARTWRIGIIT G. B. 324 Wash- 
ington (see adv. page 604) 

Childs, Cr'osbv, \ Lane, 116 Tremont 

COPP & PEAR, ;:s: Washington 
(see adv. page 784) 

Cunningham G. II. & Co. 141 Wash. 

Eldridge J. F. & Co. 31 School 

Ellis W. B. ^ Co. 28 Bromfield 



WINDOW SUADES, ETC. — WOOL DEALERS. 



545 



Flint Brothers, 56 Court 
Fowle & Tripp, 283 Washington 
Freigung F. C. 379 Washington 
Homer Wru. P. 50 Federal 
Ilortoir Bros. 145 Hanover 
Humphrey J. & Co. 24 Bromfield 
Kimball & Co. 460 Washington 
Lawrence. Wilde, & Hull, 42 Cornhill 
Learned & Hartley, 13>> Hanover 
Marden Geo. II. (man uf.) over City I 

Scales, Haymarket square 
Parsons Ik Torrey, 685 Washington 
Pease Chas. F. 164 Washington 
Solomon B. L. & Sons, 4 Studio bl'dg 
Souther, Flint, & Co. 44 Union 
Sydney G. 2(J5 Washington 
Turner H. A. & Co., 31 West 
Wentworth Fred. B. & Co., 66 Han- 
over 

Wines. 

(See also Liquors and Wines.) 
Atkins Henry & Co. 37 and 3S South 

Market 
'Blanc F. A. 4 Winter place 
BOYDEN & CO. 40 India 
CARON A. 11. 1 1 City Hall avenue 

(see adv. pane 610) 
CARRUTH 1). J. & CO. 61 and 63 

Blackstone (see adv. page 63 S) 
Otis W. C. 100 State 
Paige E. & Co. (native wines), 43 N. 

Market 
Perkins, Stern, & Co. 108 Tremont 

(California) 
Pierce S. S., Court, corner Tremont 
Williams J. I). & M. 185 State 
YATES FRANCIS E. 6 Blackstone 

Wire Railing. 
TUCK J. WARREN kC6. 15 Win- 
ter (see adv. page 643) 

Wire Rigging. 
Williams & Co. 106 Commercial 

Wire Screens. 

BRUCE CHARLES II. & CO. 604 

and 606 Wash, (see adv. p. 782) 

Wire Workers. 
GREENLEAF G. J. vN: ANTHONY, 

104 Court and 30 Exchange 
Greenleaf G. 106 Court 
Morss & Whyte, 75 Cornhill 
Pemberton Thomas, 7 7 Canton 
Shapleigh T. W. & Co. 226 Friend 
TUCK J. WARREN & CO. 15 Win- 
ter (sec adv. page. 6 13) 
t'ftbrd Bros. 113 Court (forms and 

figures) 
Woodcut and Color Printer. 
Holland A. 36 Washington 

Wooden Ware, &c. 
Bridgman& Peabody, 8 Fan'l Hall sq. 
Carter & Haskell, 20 Blackstone 
36 



Cummings I). & Co. 41 S. Market 
Dexter It. & S. G. 19 Broad 
Dickinson, Lincoln, & Co. 16 1". II. sq. 
Eaton, Jones, 6c Co. 6 Holmes block, 

Haymarket square 
Eaton, Wellington, cV Co. 117 Milk 
HOLLIS C. ,\ G. 20 Custom House 

si. (see adv. page G36) 
Howe N. & Son, 31 South Market 
Lappen O. <S: Co. 26 Dock wj. 
Morrison F. C. 53 1 Washington 
Murdoek E. jr. 42 South Market 
Porter James, 13 Marshall (willow) 
Priest & Marden, 27 and 28 S. Mkt. 
Read J. M. 95 North 
Smith E. P. & C. E. 143 Milk 
SMITH, FELLOWS, & CO. 63 

Blackstone (see adv. page 679) 
STEARNS N. C. 12, 16. and 18 Brom- 
field (see adv. page 622) 
Stimpson CM. 721 Washington 
Warner R. & Co. 38 Commercial 
Wotton C. W. 51 Broad 

Wood Working Machinery. 

WOODS S. A. & CO. 67 and 69 Sud- 
bury (see adv. page 631) 

Wool Commission Merchants. 

{See also Wool Dealers.) 
CONVERSE JAMES C, BLAG- 
DEN, 8c CO., Milton Place, Federal 
street 

Wool Dealers. 

(See also Wool Commission Merchants.) 

Bailev, Jenkins, & Garrison, 164 Cong. 
Bingham O. A. 6c Co. 16 Federal 
BOND G. W. & CO. 167 Cong, (bro- 
kers) * 
Bradlee J. & Son, 138 Friend 
Chamberlin Bros. & Co. 117 Federal 
Denny, Rice, & Co. 49 Franklin 
Eriekson Aaron ,\ Co. 171 Congress 
i FEXNO & GUILDS (commission) 

3 Commerce and 19 City wharf 
i Fowle J. A. & Co. (brokers), 1 75 Con- 
Hall J. W. &II. A. 137 Federal 
j Hallowell & Coburn, 98 Federal 
I Harding Bros. & Co. 6 7 Federal 
j HILTON WM. 6: CO. 163 and IG5 

Congress 
IJaques F. W. & Co. (brokers) 175 

Congress 
! Jones I. II. jr. & Co. 144 Congress 
! Lane Chas. ,S: Co. 122 Congr. *) 
| Lawrence, Wright, & Co. 11- Federal 
Manning, Howland, & Luce, 122 and 

124 Congress 
Moore Geo. F. & Co. 133 Congress 
MORSE, DENNY, K CO. I :?«.»< : 
Parker eV Dupee, 5 Charming (com.) 
Priest Chas. C. is: Co. 144 Congress 
| Proctor M. S. 170 Congress 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Wool Deal < rs — continued. 
RYLEY GEO. W. & CO. 100 to 104 

Federal 
Sanborn, Pratt, & Co. 55 Congress 

(brokers) 
Sparhawk 1). II. 87 Milk 
Terry O. L. 1 7-1 Congress 
Townsend T. B. & Son, 83 Kilbv 
Tyler, Melnnis, & Co. 147 and 149 

Congress 
VILA JAMES & CO. 51 Federal 

and 110 Devonshire (brokers) 
Willard Amrai, 122 Congress (brok.) 

Wool and Cotton Wadding. 

BACON JOHN II. 1 Union (manuf. 
at Winchester, see adv. page 7G2) 

Worsted Goods. 

Billings J.M. & Co. 151 Devonshire 
Chatel Joseph T. 19 Milk 
Conner & Norris, 285 Washington 
Dutton B. F. 34 Milk 
Griffiths C. W. & Co. 16 Milk 
Hodgkins J. E. 81 Milk 
Holmes John & Co. 25 Federal 



I KIMBALL, LINDSAY, & CO. land 
2 Otis (see adv. page 7 75) 

I LANE E. J.. TUTTLE, & CO. 27 
and 29 I law lev 
Lovell Wm. L. 37 Federal 
Townsend & Yal.-, i in Devonshire 
Young Bros. & Co. 80 Devonshire 

Worsted and Patterns. 
I 

; Cobb F. W. 20 Winter 
I Cohen S. & Co. 295 Washington 
i Gardner, Pratt, & Matkintire, 44 
i Franklin 

j Gleason E. & M. 303 Washington 
; Gross & Strauss, 321 Washington 

King C. E. & Co. 221 Washington 
: Lovett Geo. W. & Co. « and 10 Win. 
i Murdoek E. A. 33 7 Washington 
| Peyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 
i Shumway F. P. 275 Washington 
i Stearns R. II. & Co. 15 Summer 

Whitney N. D. & Co. 129 Tremont 

Yeast Powder Manufacturers. 
Preston & Merrill. 5 7 Purehase 



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Agent at Worcester, Leonard Sfreeter. 

Agents at CreenfiekB, Bn<l*linu:toij & Cliilds. 

Agent at Springfield, E. E. Rankin. 

This Company offers more favorable features than any 'other in the 
United States. 

All Policies may be secured by special deposit of United-States Securi- 
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NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 547 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 

Abington Standard, weekly, $2 per year; Thomas S. 

Pratt & Co., East Abington Abington. 

Adams Transcript, weekly, $2.50 per year; James T. 

Robinson & Co., North Adams Adams. 

Hampshire Express, weekly, $2 per year; Henry A. 

Marsh J mherst. 

Barnstable Patriot, weekly, $2.50 per year; S. B. 

Phinney Barnstable. 

Bane Gazette, weekly, 82 per year ; J. Henry Goddard. Barre. 
Beverly Citizen, weekly, 82 per year; John B. Cressy. Beverly. 
Bridgewater Banner, weekly, $2 per year; Pratt & Goss. Bridgewater. 
Cambridge Chronicle, weekly, 82. 50 per year; George 

Fisher, ( 'ambridgeport Cambridge. 

Bunker X I ill Aurora and Boston Mirror, weekly, $2.50 

per year ; W. W. Wheildon Charlestown. 

Charlestown Advertiser, 82 per year; Wm. H. DeCosta. " 

Chelsea Bulletin, weekly, 82 per year; Elijah Couillard. Chelsea. 
Chelsea Telegraph and Pioneer, weekly,- $2.50 per 

year ; II. Mason & Son " 

Clinton Courant, weekly, $2 per year ; W.J. Coulter.. Clinton. 
Dan vers Monitor, weekly, $2 per year; C. D. Howard. Danvers. 
Dedham Gazette, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Henry O. 

Hildreth ." Dedham. 

East Bridgewater News, weekly, 82 per year ; J. Burrell. E. Bridgewater. 
Vineyard Gazette, weekly, $1.50 per year; James M. 

Coombs Edgartown. 

Fall River All Sorts, Abraham Bowen Fall River. 

Fall River News, daily, $6 ; weeklv, $2.50 per year; 

Almy, Milne, & Co. " 

"Fitchburg Reveille, weekly, $2 per year; John J. Piper. Fitchburg. 
Fitchburg Sentinel, weeklv, $2 per year; J. Garfield, 

& Co/ . 

Cape Ann Advertiser, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Procter 

Brothers " Gloucester. 

Cape Ann Light, weekly. S 2'per'year ; JohnS. E. Rogers. " 

Gloucester Telegraph and News, $2.75 per year; John 

8. E. Rogers 

Berkshire Courier, weekly, $ 2 per year; Marcus II. 

Rogers ." Great Barringlon. 

Gazette and Courier, weekly, $2.50 per year; S. S. 

Eastman & Co " Gret n full. 

Essex Banner, weekly. $2 per year; E. H. SafTord. .. . Haverhill. 
Haverhill Gazette, weekly, $2 per year ; £. G. Frothing- 

ham .- 

Tri- Weekly Publisher, 81.50 per year; Woodward & 

Palmer." 

Hingham Journal, weeklv, $2.50 per year ; Blossom & 

Easterbrook ." " Hingham. 

Ilolliston News, weekly, 82 per year ..'... Hullkton. 

Hoi yoke Transcript, weekly, 82 per year; Charles II. 

Lyman ". " - . • Tlohjoke. 

Hopkinton Times, weekly, 82 per year Hnpkmton. 

Modern Age, monthly, SI. 50 per 'year ; B. J. Butts.. . Hoj>cdale. 
fp*wieh Bulletin, semi-monthly, SI per year; John S. E. 

Rogers .!...!... Tpsicich. 

Lawrence American, weeklv S2 per year; tri-weekly, 8 1 

per year : Geo. S. Men-ill & Co . ". • • • ; Laurence. 

Lawrence Sentiuel, weeklv, 82 per year; Benjamin F. 

Wat -«n ' " 

American Citizen, weeklv, $2 per year; C. L. Knapp, 
and Geo. F. Morev • • Lowell. 



, 548 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Lowell Daily Citizen and News, daily, $5 per year ; C. 

L. Knapp and Geo. F. Morey Lowell. 

Lowell Daily Courier. 8G per year ; Stone & Huse " 

Lowell Weekly Journal, S2 per year ; Stone & Huse. . . " 

Vox Populi, weekly. S2 per year; Stone & [Iuse " 

Lynn Semi-weekly Reporter, S4.50 per year; P. L. (.'ox. Lynn. 
Valley Gleaner, weekly, $1.75 per year; Josiah A. 

Royee Lee. 

Marlboro' Mirror, weekly, S2 per year; W. W. Wood. Marlboro*. 

Med way Journal, weekly, S2 per year 2 fad way. 

Middleboro' Gazette & Old Colony Advertiser, weekly, 

$2 per year ; S. B. l'rart ' Middleboro* 

Milibrd Journal, weekly, $2 per year; J. M. Stewart. . Milford. 
Nantucket Weekly Inquirer and Mirror, weekly, 82.50 

per year : Hussey & Robinson Nantucket. 

New Bedford Mercury, daily, $7 ; weekly, $2 per year; 

Fessenden & Baker ". New Bedford. 

Evening Standard, dailv, $G per year; E. Anthony & 

Sons " . " 

Republican Standard, weekly, $2 per year ; E. Anthony 

& Sons " " 

Whaleman's Shipping List, weekly, $3 per vear ; Benj. 

Lindsey ' 

Daily Herald, S6 ; semi-weekly, $4 per year; W. II. 

Huse & Co Newburyport. 

Herald of The Gospel of Liberty, weekly, $2.50 per 

year ; Daniel P. Pike I ' « 

Hampshire Gazette and Northampton Courier, weekly, 

S2 per year : Trumbull & Gere Northampton. 

Northampton Free Press, semi-weekly $3 per year; Al- 
bert It. Parsons " 

North Bridgewater Gazette, weekly, $2 per year; 

Augustus T. Jones North BridgewaU 

Natick Times, weekly, $1.75 per year; Washington 

Clapp Natick. 

Newton Journal, weekly, $2.50 per year ; II. M. Stimp- 

son, Newton Corner Newton. 

Palmer Journal, weekly, 82 per year ; Gordon M. Fisk. Palmer. 
Pittsfield Sun, weekly, $2.25 per year; Phineh'as Allen 

& Son Pittsfield. 

Berkshire County Eagle, weekly, $2 per year ; dicker- 
ing & Axtell . ." ". .' " 

Oid Colony Memorial and Plymouth Rock, weekly, $2.50 

per year ; George F. Andrews Plymouth. 

Old Colony Sentinel, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Moses 

Bates . . . ." " 

Quincy Patriot, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Mrs. M. Eliza- 
beth Green Quincy. 

East Norfolk Register, weekly, $2.00 per vear; Joseph 

Jones " Randolph. 

Norfolk County Journal, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Geo. 

II. Monroe Roxbury. 

Roxbury City Gazette, weekly $2 per year ; W. II. 

Hutchinson " 

Essex County Mercury, weekly, $2 per year ; Foote & 

Hort( >n Salem. 

Essex Statesman, semi-weekly, $i per year ; B. W. Lan- 
der " 

Salem Gazette, semi-weekly, $3.50 per year ; Caleb 

Foote and N. A. Horton." ' " 

Salem Observer, weekly, S2 per vear: Geo. W. Pease, 

& Co 

Salem Register, semi-weekly, $ 1 per year ; John Chap- \ 

man and Chas. W. Palfray " 

Southbridge Journal, weekly, $2 per year ; II. C. Gray. Southbridge. 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 540 

South Danvers Wizard, weekly. S2 per year; Charles 

I). Howard South Danvers. 

Springfield Daily Union, daily, SG per year ; Taylor & 

Olmsted Springfield* 

Springfield Republican, daily, $8, weekly, $2.50 per 

year : Samuel Bowles & Co " 

Springfield Weekly Union, 81.75 per year; Taylor & 

Olmsted .' ' ' 

Villager, weekly, 81.7o per year; W. II. B. Currier.. . Salisbury Mills, 
Bristol County Republican, weekly, S2 per year; Dawes, 

Wilbar, & i.):ivol Taunton. 

Taunton Daily Gazette, daily, A. M. Lie & Co " 

Union Gazette & Democrat, weekly, 82 per year; A. M. 

Ide & Co " ". " 

Upton Sentinel, weekly, S2 per year Upton. 

Waltham Free Press, weekly, 82 per year ; Geo. Phinney. Waltham. 
Waltham Sentinel, weekly, 82 per year; J. Hastings.. . " 

Ware Standard, weekly. 82 per year; G. M. Fisk & Co Ware. 

Wareham News, weekly, S2 per year ; Pratt & Co Wareham. 

Webster Weekly Times, 82 per year; J. A. Dresser Webster. 

Westfield News Letter, weekly, 81.50 per year; 

, Phinehas L. Buell Westfield. 

Middlesex Journal, weekly, $2 per year; Edgar Mar- 
chant Woburn. 

Massachusetts Spy, weekly, 82 ; J. D. Baldwin & Co.. . Worcester. 
Worcester Daily Spy, daily, 88 per year; J. D. Baldwin 

& Co \ . 

Worcester JEgis and Gazette, weekly, 82 per year ; S. J. 

Bartholomew & Co " 

Worcester Daily Gazette, daily, 87 per year; S. J. 

Bartholomew, & Co .... " 

Worcester Palladium, weekly, 82 per year; J. S. C. 

Knowlton " 

Worcester West Chronicle, Barre, 82 per year; Wm. R. 

Waterman & Co " 

Yarmouth Register, weekly, $2; Chas. F. Swift Yarmouth Port. 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC., IN BOSTON. 

Advent Herald, weekly, 82 per year; American Millen- 

ial Association, 46 Kneeland st.-, II. Canfield, recent. Boston. 

Advertiser, daily, 812; semi-weekly, 84; weekly, 82 
per year; Dunbar, Waters, & Co.," 10 ,S: 12 State st. . " 

Advertisers' Gazette, monthly, 81 per yr. Geo. P. Roweil 

& Co., 23 Congress " 

Advocate of Peace, monthly, 50 cents per year; Ameri- 
can Peace Society. Geo. C. Beekwith, 23 Chaunceyst. " 

American Educational, monthly, Si. 50 per year; S. S. 

Society, 203 Washington st! " 

American Messenger, monthly. 25 cents per year; 

American Tract Society. 10 Cornhili u 

American Miscellany, weekly, 83.00 per year; J. II. 

Brigham, 28 State st.. room 3 6 .* " 

American Phrenological Journal, monthly, 82 per year; 

Fowler & Wells, i 9 Temple {..lace. ..." ." " 

American Railway Times, 81 per year; John A. Haven, 

30 Water st. ." ". rt 

American Union, week.lv. $3 per vear ; Elliott, Thomes, 
& Talbot, 03 Congress st ". 

Amerieanriseh.T Hotschafter, 25 cent- 1 per year ; Ameri- 
can Tract Society, 40 Cornhili .' " 

Atlantic Monthly, 81 per year ; Tioknor & Fields, 121 

Tremutit st M 



550 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Ballou's Monthly Magazine, Si. 50 per year; Elliott, 

Thomes, & Talbot, 63 Congress st Boston. 

Banner of Light, weekly, S3 per year ; Wm. White & Co., 

158 Washington st. . '. ' " 

Barnard's Journal of Education, quarterly, Si per year; 

J. II. Allen, agent, 203 Washington st " . . . . " 

Boston Almanac, annually. 50 c. ; G. Coolidge, 3 Milk w 
Boston Cultivator, weekly, S3; O. Brewer, 11 Winter " 
Boston Directory, annually, July, $3; Sampson, Daven- 
port, & Co., 4 7 Congress st " 

Boston Guide and Register, tri-weekly, gratuitous ; Edwin 

N. Bowes, 7 & 9 Spring Lane " 

Boston Herald, daily, $5 per year, E. C. Bailey & Co., 

103 Washington st " 

Boston Sunday Herald, weekly, $2 per year; E. C. 

Bailey k Co", 103 Washington st ." " 

Boston Journal, daily, $10; semi-weekly, 84 : weekly, $2 

per year; Charles O. Rogers, 120 Washington st.~. .. u . 

Boston Post, daily, $10 per year; Beals, Greene, & Co., 

42 Congress st " 

Boston Press and Post, semi-weekly, $4 per year ; Beals, 

Greene, & Co., 42 Congress st " 

Boston Recorder, weekly, $2.50 per year: E. P. Marvin, 

1 1 Cornhill .' " 

Boston Review, quarterly, $3 per year ; Wm. Barrows & 

Co., 1 1 Cornhill * " 

Boston Statesman and Weekly Post,. $2 per year; 

Beals, Greene, & Co., 42 Congress st u 

Bostoner Intelligenz Blatt, weekly, $1.50 per year; F. 

B. Teuthorn/21 Eliot st. '. " 

British Journal of Homoeopathy, quarterly, S6 per 

year ; Otis Clapp, 3 Beacon st. u 

Child's Paper, 25 cents per year ; American Tract 

Society, 40 Cornhill ". " 

Christian Advocate, weekly, $3 per year; J. P. Magee, 

5 Cornhill ". " 

Christian Banner and Tract Journal, monthly, 40 cents 

per year ; Rev. I. P.Warren, 28 Cornhill. " 

Christian Era, weekly, $2.50 per year; A.Webster, 17 

Tremotit Temple. " 

Christian Register, weekly, $3 per year; Christian Regis- 
ter Association, 50 Bromfield st u 

Christian Watchman and Reflector, weekly, $3 per 

year; Ford, Olmstead. & Co., 151 Washington st. . . . " 

Christian Witness and Church Advocate, $4 per year; 

E. P. Dutton, & Co., 135 Washington st ' u 

Church Monthly, $3 per year; E. P. Dutton & Co., 135 

Washington >t " 

Commercial Bulletin, weekly, S4 per year ; Curtis Guild 

6 Co., 1 29 Washington st ." u 

Conj::v^;itiona!ist, weekly, $2.50 per year ; Galen James 

& Co., 15 Cornhill " 

Congregational Quarterly, at $1,50 per year; at 23 

Chauncy st u 

Courier, weekly. 53 per year by carriers ; $2.50 by mail ; 

• Libby & Dennison, 3 1 Congress st u 

Der Pioneer, $5 per year; K. Heinzens, 25 Winter st., " 

Dry Goods and Clothing Reporter, weekly, $2 per year, 

mail; 2.50, carrier ; J. L Bvekett & Co. 32 Congress, " 

Dwight's Journal of Music, fortnightly, $2 per year; O. 

DiUon & Co., 27 7 Washington st " 

Every Saturday, weekly, $5 per year; Ticknor& Fields, 

1 2 l Tremont st .' " " 

Express Pathfinder, quarterly, 15 cents each ; George K. 

Snow & Hapgood, 22 Court st " 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 551 

Flag of our Union, weekly, 84 per year ; Elliott, Thomes, 

& Talbot, n.'{ Congress st Boston. 

Freemason's Monthly Magazine, 82.50 per year; Chas. 

W. Moore, editor, 21 School st " 

Friend of Virtue, monthly, $1 per year ; published by 

the N. E. F. M. R. Society, 21 Newton place « 

Fruits of America, C. M. Hovey, 53 North Market st.. . u % 

(rood News, monthly, 15 cents per year; J. 1*. Magee, 5 
Cornhill " ' «• 

Good Templar of New England, monthly, 40 cents per 
year ; E. L. Mitchell, 2 I Congress st " 

Gospel of Health, monthly, 62 per year; It. T. Trail & 

Co., 19 Temple Place " 

Harry Hazel's Yankee Blade, weekly, S3 per year; 
Jones & Co.. 32 Congress st " 

Home Missionary, monthly, 50 cents per year ; Mass. 

Home Missionary Society, 31 Washington st " 

Home Monthly, $2.50 per year ; C. II. Pearson & Co., 21 

Cornhill " 

Horticulturist, monthly, S2.50 per year; J. Breck & 

Son, agents, 51 North Market st " 

Investigator, weekly, S3. 50 per year ; Horace Seaver 

and J. P. Mendum, 24 Congress st " 

Journal of Applied Chemistry, monthly, $2 per year; 

Dexter &' Co., 40 Pearl st. . ." .' " 

Lady's Almanac, annually, 50 cents; Geo. Coolidge, 
3 Milk st ." 

Ladies' Repository, monthly, S3. 50 per year; J. P. 

Magee, 5 Cornhill " 

Ladies' Repository, monthly, S2. 50 per year. The Uni- 

versalist Publishing House, 3 7 Cornhill " 

Law Reporter, monthly. $4 per year; William Guild & 

Co., 33 School st., room 16... " 

Literary Companion, weekly, S3 per year; F. Gleason, 

40 Summer st " 

Living Age, weekly, SS per year; Littell, Son, & Co., 

30 Bromfield st " 

Macedonian, monthly, 25 cents per year ; American 

Baptist Missionary Union, 12 Bedford st " 

Magazine of Horticulture, monthly, $2 per year; Ilovev 

& Co., 53 North Market st ." ". ". " 

Masonic Monthly, $2.50 per year ; E. L. Mitchell, pro- 
prietor, 24 Congress st " 

Massachusetts Directory and Register, annually, Feb- 
ruary, S3 ; Sampson, Davenport. & Co., 4 7 Congress st. " 

Massachusetts Ploughman, weekly, $2.50 per year*; Geo. 

Noyes, 51 & 52 North Market st * " 

Massachusetts Teacher, monthly. $1.50 per year; Mass- 
achusetts Teachers' Association, 1 Id' Washington st.. . " * 

Medical and Surgical Journal, weekly and monthly, $4 
per year ; Drs. S. L. Abbott and J. C. White, editors ; 
David Clapp 6c Son.. pub. and prop. 334 Wash. st. . " 

Methodist Quarterly Review, $2.50 per year; J. P. 

Magee, 5 Cornhill <; 

Missionary Advocate, monthly, gratis ; J. P. Magee, 5 

Cornhill ... " 

Missionary I lerald, monthly, $1 per year ; 33 Pemberton 

sf[., Charles Hutehins, general agent A. B. C. F. M. " 

Missionary Magazine, monthly, $1 per year; Ameri- 
can Baptist Missionary Union, 12 Bedford st " 

Monthly .Journal of the American Unitarian Associa- 
tion. $l per year ; 2«i Chauncy st " 

Monthly Novelette, S2 per year; Elliott, Thomes, & Tal- 
bot, *J3 Congress st " 



552 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Monthly Ten Cent Novelette, SI per year; Elliott, 

Thomes, & Talbot, 63 Congress st Boston. 

Monthly Religious Magazine, So per year; L. C. 

Bowles, proprietor, _'<; Chauncy st u 

Myrtle, semi-monthly, 50 cents per year ; the Universuli.-t 

Publishing House. 37 Cornhill " 

New .Church Magazine for children, monthly, $1.25 per 

year; published by T. H. Carter & Son, 21 Bromfield st. u 

New England Business Directory, price ^5 ; Sampson, 

pavenport, & Co., -17 Congress st " 

New England Dial, weekly, $3.60 per year ; G. P. How- 
ell & Co., publishers, 23 Congress st u 

New England Farmer, weekly, $2.50, monthly 81.50 

per year; It. P. Eaton & Co., 34 Merchants row " 

New England Historic-Genealogical Register, quarterly, 

S3 per year ; 1 3 Bromfield st " 

New England Insurance Gazette, monthlv, $2 per vear ; 

William I ladden, 33 School st ." " 

New Jerusalem Magazine, monthly, S3 per year; T. 

II. Carter & Son, 21 Bromfield st " 

North American Journal of Homoeopathy, quarterly, $4 

per year; Otis Clapp, agent, 3 Beacon st " 

North American Review, quarterly, S6 per year; Tick- 

nor & Fields, 1 24 Tremont st u 

Northern Lights, semi-monthly, S3 per year; Lee & 

Shepard, agents for publishers, 14£? Washington " 

Our Young Folks, monthly, $2 per year; Ticknor & 

Fields, 124 Tremont st . .'. *. " 

Pathfinder Railway Guide, monthly, supplement weekly, 

10 cents each : Geo. K. Snow & Hapgood, 22 Court st " 

Playmate, monthly, SI. 25 per year; W. Guild & Co., 1G " 

Niies block, 33* School . . . .* " 

Right Way, weekly, SI per year; W. W. Thayer, agent, 

83 Sudbury st . ." "..... ' ". . . . " 

Rowell & Co.'s Advertising Agency Circular, monthly, 
SI per year, in advance; G. P. Rowell & Co., 
32 Congress st " 

Saturday Evening Express, weekly, S3 per year; Mor- 
gan & Co., 113 Washington st. '. " 

Saturday Evening Gazette, weekly, S4 per year; W. 
W. Clapp, Jr., editor, P. B. Goodsell, proprietor, 25 
Franklin st " 

Shipping List, semi-weekly, S8 per year; Learned, 
Tompson, & Co., 23 Central st 

Shoe & Leather Reporter, weekly, S3. 50 per year, semi- 
weekly, SO per year; Dexter 6c Co., 40 Pearl st - L 

Star of the East, semi-monthly, SI per year; F. II. 

King & Co. 10 Elm st .* '. " 

Studentaral Schoolmate, monthly, SI. 50per year; Joseph 
II. Allen, 2U3 Washington st' 

Sunday-School Advocate, semi-monthly, 40 cents per 
year ; J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill ." " 

Sunday-School Gazette, 30 cents per year ; published by 

the S. S. Society, 203 Washington st " 

Sundays-School Teachers' Journal, monthly, 40 cents per 
year, J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill " 

Sunday Times. S3 per year J XV. C. Bears, 21 School st. " 

The Boston Saturday Kight Owl, weekly, S2 per year; 

Edwin N. Bowes, 7 & ;t Spring Line M 

The Child at Home, monthly, 30 ecu's per year, col- 
ored, 50 cents ; Am. Tract Society, 28 Cornhill " 

The Christian, monthlv, GO cents per vear; II. L. Ilast- 

. ings. 10 Lindall st.'. .' " 

The Commonwealth, weekly, S3 per year; Chas. W. 

Slack, 8 Bromfield st " " " 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 553 

The Freedman, 25 cents per year; American Tract 

Society, 28 Cornhill Boston. 

The Nation, weekly, $2.50 per year; Jas. M. Usher, 

27 Cornhill.;... " « 

The Nation, of New York, semi-weekly, $5 per year; 

(J. \V. Light, agent, 1 7 Tremont st '. . . . . " 

The Pilot, weekly, S2.50 per year; P. Donahoe, 17 

Franklin st " 

The Radical, monthly, 8o per year; Adams & Co., 21 

BromfieM st " 

The Sabbath at Home, monthly, 82 per year; American 

Traet Society, Rev. I. P. Warren, editor, 28 Cornhill. " 

The Saturday 'Afternoon, weekly, $1.00 per year; J. E. 

Farwell & Co., 3 7 Congress st " 

The Universalist, weekly, 82.50 per year; published bv 

N. E. Universalist Pub. House, .37" Cornhill ". " 

The United States Police Gazette Association, weekly, 

84 per year ; 1 7 Devonshire st " 

Transcript, daily, 87 pw year, weekly, 82 per year; 

Henry W. Du-tton & Son, 92 Washington st " 

Traveller, daily evening, 810 ; semi-weekly, 81 ; weekly, 

$2 per year; Worthington, Flanders, & Co., Travel- 
ler Building, 31 State st * " 

True Flag, weekly, 82.50 per year; Moulton & Lincoln, 

50 Bromfield st " 

Universalist Quarterly, 83 per year; The N. E. Univ. 

Pub. House. 3 7 Cornhill " 

Voice, daily, 8G per year ; Voice Printing & Publishing 

Co., rear 7 7 Washington st. . .-. " 

Waverlv Magazine, weekly, 84 per year ; Moses A. Dow, 

5 Lindall.st ." 

Well-Spring, weekly, 50 cents per year ; Rev. Asa Bul- 

lard, editor, 13 Cornhill " 

Wide World, weekly, 83 per year; J. II. Brigham & 

Fernald, 28 State st:, rooms 38 & 39 " 

World's Crisis, weekly, 82.50 per year; Advent Chris- 
tian Publication Society, 167 Hanover st " 

Young Pilgrim, semi-monthly, 50 cents per year ; Ad- 
vent Christian Publication Society, 16 7 Hanover st.. . " 

Youth's Casket and Plavmate, monthly, SI. 50 per year; 

W. Guild & Co., 33 School st., room 16 " 

Youth's Companion, weeklv, 81.25 per year; Olmstead 

6 Co., 1 5 1 Washington st " 

Youth's Visitor, semi-monthly. 25 cents per year ; Amer. 

Millennial Asso., 46 Kneeland st.. Josiah Litch, ag't. " 

Zion's Herald and Wesley an Journal, weekly, 82.50 

per year ; Franklin Rand, agent, 1 1 Cornhill " 



Business men wishing to advertise in any part of the 
country can leave their orders with Messrs. GEO. P. ROW- 
ELL & CO., 23 Congress Street, Boston, or 58 Cedar Street, 
K. Y., who are authorized to contract at Publishers' prices f<n- 
all Newspapers issued in the United States and British Prov- 
inces. 



554 



MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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BANKS IN BOSTON. 



I 1 nfSr National Bank, So. s Kii.hy Strkkt: 
.. ; i -oruoratcd, lt>28; Capital, $750,000: President, 
\ iduiiuel Harris; Cashier, Benjamiu Dotld ; Asst. 

',-. ,,,.■, Ceo. W. Dodd; Directors, Nathaniel Harris, 
Knur 'is Fisher, Isaac Pratt, Jr., AbelG. Peck, John 
V.M...M, Cyrus Dupee, Henry Clattiu, Edwin A. 
j:.,!,ii,M»n, John S. Jenness; Teller, Jaiues T. 
j.,,r,ui; Bookkeeper, Ceo. V\ m. Dudd: Discount 
i ./■/.-, Win. O. Dodd; Messenger, Martin SI. 
French. Discount, Monday and Thurs., at 1, P. M. 

Alias National Bank, No. 10 Kn.r.v Street:— 
Incorporated, l.v,:;; Organized as National, 1804; 
t'atiifid, §1,000,000; President, 31. Day Kimball; 
Ctshier, Joseph White; Asst. Cashier, Charles L 
Lane; Directors, M. Day Kimball, Warren Fisher, 
jr., John H. Foster, Francis- C. Manning, John G. 
Wetherell, Isaac W. How, Thus. i'». Wales, Shelton 
Harry, Frederick J.. Richardson; First Teller, Ben- 
jamin 1\ Lane; Second Teller, Ceo. D. .Sargent; 
Hookkeepw, Henry W. Richards; Messenger and 
Collation Clerk, Frederick 31. Upborne. Discount, 
Tuesday and Friday, 1], i\ M. 

Bank of the Metropolis, No. 30 State Street: 
Private Bank; Organized 185S; Capital, $200,000; 
Way, Warren, & Co.— Directors, Samuel A. Way, 
(.JeoVge W. Warren, F.O.French, Asa P. Potter; 
Cadder, F. O. French ; Paying Teller, A. C. Jordan ; 
Bookkeeper, E. 31. Simmons; Discount Clerk, II. 31. 
Tate; Receiving Teller, A. E. fainter; Messenger, 
A. W Caziarc Discount, daily at 12, >I. 

Blnckstone National Bank, Union, corner 
Hanover Street: — Incorporated, 1851; Capital, 
$1 oi h i,000 : President, Fred. Could : Cashier, Joshua 
Luring; Directors, Frederick Could, Dexter Roby, 
Loyal Lovejoy, Henry Cutter. George W. Chipmau. 
Nehemiah P. Mann, Nehemiah Boynton, Job A. 
Turner,; Assistant Cashier, George C. Leach; Pay- 
in;/ Teller, Thos. Winship; Receiving Teller, J. C. 
Hartshorn; Bookkeeper, John A. 3IcKo\vn ; Second 
Bookkeeper, W. E. Cowdrey; Collection and Assis- 
tant Clerk. John 31. Davis": Messenger, Albert L. 
Brown. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 12, M. 

lloylston National Bank, BOYLSTON, corner 
Washington Street: — Incorporated, 1^45; Cap- 
ital, $500,000; President, Amos Cummtngs ; Cashier, 
John J. Soren; Directors, An<bs dimming?, Win. 
Parker, Luther Blodgett, Thus. Uphain, William 
Brown, Joseph T. Bailey, Edwin Pope; Paying Tel- 
ler, James 31. Brown;' Receiving Teller, Charles 
Woodard; Bookkeeper, Dependence S. Waterman: 
Clerk, Edward A. Church; Messenger, Charles W. 
Snow. Discount, Wednesday and Saturdav, at 9, 
v. Jf. 

Broadway National Bank, No. 10 BROADWAY: 

— Incorporated, 1$53; Capital, $200,000; Presi- 
dent, Henry Souther; Cashier, Horace H. White; 
Directors; Win. Eaton, Samuel Leeds, Henry South- 
er, Joseph Smith, Richard J. .Monks. Jabez Fred- 
erick, Isaac Adams, Win. H. Hill, Axel Dearborn; 
Messenger and Teller, Josiah Hinckley, Jr. Dis- 
''"uut, Wednesday. 

Columbian National Bank, No. 40 STATE St.: 

— Incorporated, 1822 ; Capital, $1,000,000: President, 
JohnT. Coolidge; Cashier, J. 31. Gordon: Direc- 
tors, John T. Coolidge, Ceo. H". Lvman', (has. 
Henry Parker, George 31. Barnard,*'!. Jefferson 
Coolidge, John Gardner, Isaac Sweetser, Jos. S 
Uveriug, C. B. Chase; Ttller, G. W. Benson; 
Himkt'eeper, Thompson Baxter; Discount Clerk, 
'Hiarles G. Davis; Messenger, Beuj. F.Sawyer. Dis- 
count, Monday and Thursday. 

vQutinental National Bank, Cir.VUNCY STREET, 
'■"RSkij Bei>koki>: — Organized as State Bank 
J^iO; Capital, $0uo,tKK) ; President, Oliver Ditson : 
Cashier, Jus. Swan; Directors, Oliver Ditson, John 
HThorndike, George H. Davis, Elijah C. Drew, 
win. It. Clark, Hartlev Lord, Jonas Fitch, Fred. 
«• Lincoln. Jr., Win. P. Hart; Tiler, (has. F. 
Smith; Bookkeeper, .). J. Howe; Discount Clerk, 
'.'■ I'embroke Place: Messenger and Collection 
'■ r k, A. 1). .Swan. Discount, Puesday and Friday, 
^ »1 '■', A. M. 

P**«t Visional Bank, No. 1.1 KlLRY STREET: — 
incorporated, p$5H; Capital, $1,000,000; President, 



i John Demeritt : CnHhiefr, ILR. Tonant; Director* 
Wm. If. Goodwin, John Demeritt, \\ alt« r Hast- 
ings, Win. P. Pierce, John I'. Uobinson, Stephen 

! Tilron, C. 1'. Cutting, <;<■<. r<_rr \. Curtis; lit •■<<■ 
ing Teller, F. N. Chsipman; Paying Teller, V. 
Harrington; Bookkeeper, A. -S. O>oorne; As- 
sistant Bookkeeper, B. Louis Fabens; Discount 
Clerk, E. P. Adams; Messenger and Collection 
Clerk, Samuel A. Gushing. Discount, Monday and 

j Thursday, at 11, .v. m. 

I Faneuil Hall National Bank. South Market 
S I'REET, corner 31 ekchants linw : — Incorpora- 
ted, ls5l; Organized a^ National, INi5; Capital, 
$1,000,000; President, Nathan liobbins; ( ■ hitr, 

I E. L. 'lead; Directors. Nathan Bobbins, Jos. II. 
Curtis, Cephas c Charaberlin, Jonathan \'. Fletch- 
er, Chas. J. Morrill, Reuben Bice, Balph Warner, 
Edwin Head, Mepheu Dow: Paying Teller, Wal- 
ter .J. Follettj Receiving Teller, w in. Proctor; Book- 
keeper, Thomas G. Hiler; Messenger, I'heodore A. 
Estabrook. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 

1, P. M 
First National Bank, No. -H STATE STUEJ 

Incorporated, ISrKI; Capital. $l,u0o,0o0; Presu 
Abraham T. L 



:t:— 
lent, 
, Cashier, John < arr : .!<■■,'. taut 
Cashier, C. 11. Draper; Directors, Abraham T. 
Lowe, Francis S. < ai rut h, Win. II. Hill, Noble 
II. Hill, Isaac Fcnno, Isaac Sweetser, Otis Daniell, 
Artemas stone, Wm. J. Cutler, Wm. Atherton; 
Paying 'Teller, N. 11. Perkiu- jr.: Receiving Teller, 
E.B.Moore; Bookkeeper, Horace S. Perkins; Col- 
lection Clerk, W. J. Gill ; Messenger, J. F. Pope. 
Asst. Messenger, E. G. "Woodward. Discount, 
3Ionday and Thursday, at 1, i\ >i. 

Freeman's National Bank, No. 217 FEDERAL 
Street:— Incorporated, ix;t>: Capital $4ou,000; 
President, John 11. Bogers; Cashier, Jeremy Drake : 
Directors, John II. ltoirer-i, Ebenezer Atkins, Al- 
bert Bowker, Ti.sdale brake, Charles E. Cook, L. 
Miles Standish, B. W. laggard: Teller, Everett 
Burnham; Bookkeeper, George F. Snow; Messev- 
i ger and Collection Clerk,. loa. A. Wells. Discount, 

Monday and Thursday, at ■<, r. M. 

j Globe National Bank. No. 4 > STATE STREET:— 

Incorporated 1824; Organized as National, iSfio; 

j Capital, $1,000,000; President, W. B. Stevens; 

Cashier, Charles J. Sprague: Directors, Ignatius 

j Sartrent, Peter C.Brooks, S. Houghton I'earce, Nath- 

I anir! Thaver, Franklin 11. Morv, F. A. Cray; Paying 

Teller, Henry A.Tenuev : Receiving 7V//c/-, Charles T. 

i Baker; Bookkeeper, Oliver Cole ; Bank Bookkeeper, 

\ Charles S. Oallender; Colbction Cbrk and Ms- 

senger, S. 3J. Bedlington; funeral Clerk, Ceo. P. 

! Tenney; Pot ter, Chauncey Peck. Discount, Mon- 

i day and Thursday, at l. p.m. 

I Hamilton National Bank. No. fid STATE St. : — 

j Incorporated, is;2; Capital, $7J ,<«*«; President, 

! Daniel Dennv: Cashier,*. S. Bianchard; Direc- 

1 tors, Daniel Dennv, (iardner Brewer, Aaron 11. 

Bean, Marshall P.' Wilder, riiomas Wiir^les worth, 

Benjamin F. White. George V. Fpham, Henry (•• 

Dennv, Wm. Amorv, Jr. : /' 7< rA ieorge A. Smith : 

Bookkeeper, Geo. \V'. Newhall; Clerk, Henry W. 

Pitman; Assistant Clerk and Messenger, F. C. 

Webster. Discount, Wednesday and Saturday, at 

1, l*. M. 

j Howard National Rank, N". 07 STATE St. :— 

j Incorporated. 1K»:1 ; Capital, $7.50,000; President, 

! Keuben E. Demmon; Cashi-r, George E. Hersey; 

Directors, Keuben E. Deunnon, VLijuh W. I'arrar, 

! Win. li. Craft, KIMia Atkins, Lester M. Clark, A. 

B. Butfertield, William Hilton, 1». 15. Ui-iie. ; Pay- 

i ing Teller ^O. F. Chirk; /.'■ living Teller. 11. B FUke; 

Rookkcepen Aaron S. Mdnt- di ; Crlh li, N ( lerk 

! and Messt ngt r, Chas. W. Itobbins. Discount, 3ion- 

I day at 1. l\ M. 

Market National Bank, N<>. 1 Mi in HANTS F\- 
; CHAN(tE:— incnrp.n-uted, !Ki2; Capital, $^t),0(K»; 
President, Charles • ». Whitmore; Cashier, Jona- 
! than Brown Jr : Directors, < hail-- <>. Whitmore, 
I Josiah Stickuev, (jeorge llytle, Benjamin Sew- 
all, B. P. Chenev, John A. Emmons, Ceo. II. Pres- 
I ton; Teller, Chas. E. Currier; Bookkeeper, Benju- 
! iniuF. Teel; Clerk, J. Frank Brown; Messenger, 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Charted S. Evans. Discount, Tuesday and Friday, 
at Vi M. 

Mui^iif'iiisHU National Bmk. No, fid STATE 
SruK»'t':-— Incorporated, 1784; Capital, 88uo,ouo; 
President, Johu J.DL\weIl; Cashier, II. K. I'roth- 
iiigham; Directors, John J. Dixwell, Johnson C. 
Barrage, M. <i. Chapift, A. T. Lvman, ilenrv A. 
Kiev, .lohn A. Bird, Edward Whitnev, Charles J. 
Whitmore, Abraham O. Bigrdow; Teller, Amasa 
L. Lincoln; Bookkeeper, Tlmmas Lombard: Dis- 
count Clerk, Alfred Tufts; .Vessel) ger, Josiah E. 
Iluv.l'ti : Porter, John O'Brien. Discount, Mon- 
day and Thursday, at 12, m. 

Maverick Rational Bank, No. 75 State St.: — 
Incorporated, 1854; Capital, 8400,000; President, 
Samuel Hull; Cashier, Samuel Phillips, Jr.; Di- 



Strphen X. Mason, Director (J lobe [tank, Wi 
et, R. I.; John Gardner, Bontou; Jacob 1. 
.Jr., Boston : Life Baldwin, Pre*, of National 
Bank of ISri<rlitonj Horatio N. Case, Pres. I'. 
Bank. Springfield, Mass.; Francis II. Dewi . i • . 
tor Mechanics Hank. Worcester, Mass.; I-..' \V. I •- 
ton, Director Warren National Bank, South 1* n 
vers Ma*s.; Jaeoh II. Loud, I'lvraouih. Mush.; «,... 
W. Thayer, Pros National Exchange Bank, Bo»i n 
Mass.; F. M.J oljnsou, Boston; hirst /:■ ■■ 
Chas. O. Billings; Second Bookkeeper, Kindlev -t.. 
yenson; Collection Clerk, Joseph L. Adams; Snprr. 
intendent Foreign Money Dept., Henry l- 
Paying Teller, Caleb B. Bradbury; Vote Teller 
George'E. V'ialle; Receiving Teller, B. F. AyersJr. 
I Assist, mt Rec< icing Teller, Clnrlcs It I'.att ; Cu 



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wimuei t.a.i '";«';, =•«»"«'. ' "inips . )r; i ,- , ,,- ,- 7 ,,., s A S[er ri|l; First Assistant Bo,,!- 

rector* Samuel | [lall O Itnan Collampre, Martin L. fo^/V n. 'v iliroll ; .,,,/,/„„/ cwterfton CTm*. 

,11, Paul ( urtis , W liarr R. Eov'joy , Nehcmiah > Jonn ^ Woods . CUr w > M w ,„ n 

Gibson, Ihco.A.Neal /^ \\ dlmm G. Brooks , F Th e „;. , j/e^er, William Spauldinp; 

Jr.; Bookkeeper .George ,A Pratt ; < o/feefcnti ocri- ; 5eftmd J/e .,* SCM ^ r , C ha*. F. Johnson; Tllird iti. 

and Messenger, David Bates. Discount, \\ cdnes- ; George A. Valentine. Discount, daily. 

d;iv and Saturday, at 12 M. v ' ° ' 



Mechanic* National Bank of Boston, No. 

"1.1 Fkdkkai. Steeet: — Incorporated, 1SMG; or- 
ganized as National, 1865; Capital, §250,000; Presi- 
dent, James W.Converse; Cashier, Alvan Simonds; 
Pin'rtnrs, James W. Converse, .John |[. Jenks, 
Frederick Nickerson, Benjamin James, Benjamin B. 
Converse, .Jonathan S. Nickerson, Lewis C. Whiton ; 
Teller and Book-keeper, Chas. O. L. Diliaway; Mes- 
senger and Clerk, A. A. Boynton. Discount, Mon- 
day. 
Merchants National Bank of Boston. No. 2S 
State Stkeet: —Incorporated, 18:}1 ; Capital, $3,- 
000 000; President, Franklin Haven: Cashier, John 
K. Fuller; Directors^ Franklin Haven, Benjamin 
F. Burgess, Israel Whitney, Samuel Hooper, Wil- 
liam Amory, John P. Bailey, Henry 1'. Sturgis; 
Paying Teller, Geo. II . Davis; Assistant Teller, 
Wui. Raymond; Receiving Teller, Chas. N. M. Lin 



National Bank of the Republic, No. 77 STATK 
Street; — Organized a~ State Bank, t85!>; Capital 
$1,000,000; President, David Snow; Cashier, Chas. 

A. \ r ialle ; Directors. David Snow, Asa Jacob* 
Thomas Nickerson, Horatio Checkering, F. L. I ay, 
Moses B. Sewall. Sandford Gilmore, Avery Plumcr, 
Harrison O. Briggs, Frederick !>. Allen: Teller, 
Lloyd Briggs; Bookkeeper, Henry I) Forbes; Dis- 
count Clerk, N.W.Jordan; Messenger and Coder. 
Hon Clerk, Henry T. Remiek; Asst. Messenger, S. F. 
Crowell. Discount, 3Iouday aud Thursday, at 1, 

P. SI. 

I National City Bank. No. fil State Street:— 
Incorporated, 1822; Capital, $1,000,000; President, 
William T. Andrews ; Cashier, Charles C. Barry; 
Directors, Charles \V~. Cartwright, Win. T. An- 
drews, Patrick Grant, Samuel it. Faysou, Josei 

B. Glover, Christopher C. Chadwick, S. EndicoM 



coin: Second Receiving Teller. John Barnes: Book- I £ eabod y- C - .^Thayer, Arthur L. I*ven»; Payi 



keepir, I). Lyman Laws; Second. Bookkeeper, E 
Hubbard Severance; Accountant, Samuel C. Ware; 
Disc-tint Clerk, William Heurv Wadleigh: Corres- 
powling Clerk, John J. May ;" Collection. Clerk, T. 
Bnifinch; Messenger, Geo. Haydeu; Porter, L. L. 
Jenkius. Discount Monday and Thursday, at 1, 
v. M. • 

Mount Vernon National Bank, No. lfiO WASH* 
iN'.roN ST. : — Organized as State Bank, ISliO; 
Capital, S2(K i,000 ; President, Carmi E. King; Cash- 
ier, II. W. Perkins, Jr.; Director*, Julius A. Palm- 
er. Carmi E. King, S H Gregory, John A. Prav 
Albert Hobart, William <i. Russell, .John 31. Call; 
Teller D. II. Belknap, Jr.; Bookkeeper, John B. 
Johnson; Messenger, Johu II. Laogmaid. Dis- 
count, Tuesday and Friday, at 11, A. M. 

National Bank of Commerce, No. S5 State 
Stkeet :— Incorporated, 1S50; Cnpital, $2,000,000; 
President, Benj E Bates; Cashier. Caleb H. War- 
ner; Assistant Cashier, (ieo. W.Harris: Directors, 
Boij. E. Bates, Edw.C. Bates, Thos.W. Pierce, .Jacob 
Sleeper, Ebeuezer T. Farrington, Reuben S. Wade, 
lien y J. Gardner, Oakes Anies, Heurv p. Kidder; 
Plying Tiler, A. S. Lincoln; /.'. -tiring 'Teller, 
W aiii.<S. Chase; First Bookkeeper,- Philip C. Knapp; 



r/)cr, Chas. H. Davis 



Collect i 



>■ ■-../*,/ llookk 

Cttrk, \\ in. S. Barton; Assist Hit Clerk, II. B. Dick- 
in-on; Messenger, U. 31. Palmer; Assistant Mes- 
wng r. Edward S. Hunt. Discount, Wednesday and 
(Saturday, at 1. I*. M. 
Kntional Bunk of North America, No. 05 
M'vn: Stuket: — Incorporated, is50; Capital, 
lfc!,u»o,icK>: President, R. W. shapleigii; Cashier, 
John lv Hall; Directors, R. W. .>hapleigh, Clem- 
cut Willi-, (has. Lane, Wm. >. Eaton, Josiah S. 
Robinson, Chas. A. \\ hitinir, C. Gihnore, S.Q.Coch- 
ran, E. IL Sawver; Pai/inrj Teller James W, Bai- 
l.w; Reeririnti'T* Her, James M. Burgess; llookkeip. 
♦•'•. <i"o. W.lluukins; Messenger, Mariin Draper* 
Jr. Discount, Wednesday and Saturdui , at I, L*. >t. 



TeZ/er, Wm. S. Edmands; Receiving Teller, Wm. li. 
I Johonnot; Bookkeeper, Henry S. Hale: Discount 
Clerk, John Ruggles; Me<sen'rjer, Chas. N. Couant. 
Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at 1, P. M. 

National Ka^le Bank. No. Ifi IvTLBY STREET: — 

Incorporated, 1S22; Capital, $l,00),0uO; President 
Robert S. Covell; Cashier, C. W. Melcher; /«V. • 
tors, Waldo Flint, Wm. Almy, George H. eira;- . 
James L. Little, Austin Sumner, Benjamin Thaxter, 
31. C. Ferris, Geo. Woods Rice, Jacob C. Rogers; 
Paying Teller, E. S. Hathawav; Receiving Teller 
Jos'. C. Kilham; Bookkeeper, Isaac W. Blahohard 
Messenger and Collection Clerk. Ebeuezer Samp 1 
son. Discount, Wednesday and Saturday, at • 
a. at. 
National Exchange Bank, No. 28 STATE ST. : - 
Incorporated, 1M7; Capital, $1,000,000; President 
George W. Thayer; Cashier, A. I. Benyon; Din- 
tors, George W. Thayer, Solomon R. Spaulding, ' 
P.. Kimball, Alexander Strong, John G. Davis, 
Foster, Sampson Reed. Wm. 11. Dunbar, Fr 
Dane; Paging Teller, Jonathan 31. Pettengill; '■ ■ 
ceiving Teller, Vi. ('. Haraden; Assistant Reeeirn 
Teller, W. P. liirker ; Brnkkcper, John S. Learo> 
Second Bookkeeper H. H. Johnson: Collection oni 
Discount Clerk, Edward t>. Rockwood; Com . 
ing Clerk, L. W. Voting: Messenger, E. S. Jewtt! 
Discount, 3Ionday and rhursday, at l, P. M. 



Xntionui Bank of Kedempl 

M'uki t: — lucorpornted, l-.,-: 
Prv<idvnt, Wm. 1). F.»rbe.«: < 
Pre.l.rey; Asst. Cashh-r, P. K 
WilHaia t». Forbes, Franklin 
I w.-.mi-s National Bank, No:u 
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National Hide and Leather B.xnk, No. 

Ci>Ni;ni-.ss SniEEr:— Incorporated, i^r; ' ap«t.» 
$1,000,000; President, Daniel Harwood; i 
John S. March; Dire-tors, Lee Clatliu, Fred.ii 
Jones, William Clatlin, John B. Allev, IL'nrv P-» 
Daniel Harwood, Jas. S.Stone, Albert rhomp-<'< 
Aaron Kimball, James Tucker, Jr.; Pai/ii 
D. R. Galloupe; Receiving Teller, Geo'rgo ^ ~ 

monds; /»' 'skeept r, Jas. D. Martin : .1 

keeper, Josiah P. Dunham; ddh Hon Clerk J" 
A. I'arker; Messenner, tiro. (■>. IVcston ; 
Mesnenger, John A. Wilson. Discount, l':--- 
ami Friday, at 12, SI. 
National Revere Bank. X->.7I FllAXKi in v; 
Orguni/ed as Stat.- Bank, ISW; Capil il, - 
<. i President, Samuel H.Wallev; Cash! r, II. I'd 
it. I Directors, Samuel II. Waller, Osmyn Hn ■« •" 
Jn.seph S'twver, John Cow-din, Tumnas I'. I.' 
J;.m«-, A. Wool.-;n, P. H. VV'eniwui'lh, S. I'. I 



BANKS IN BOSTON. 



ter* Rben Wright, R. S. Fay ; /'/o/in.7 yw/cr, 
i uirles W. Stone ; Receiving Teller, VV. 10. Klder; 
r „ -keener, S. F. Wilkins; Discount and Collection 
rffi'k, Henry A. Pike; Assistant Clerks, A. \V. 
lilover and C. B. Snow; Messenger, (leo. F. Simp* 
.,'mi. Discount, Monday and Thursday, :it 12, M. 

Rational Union Bank, No. 40 STATE Stkkkt: — 
Incorporated, In'm; Capital, $1,000,000; President, 
George C. Richardson; Cashier, Lemuel Gulliver; 
;>irtctors, Kben Dale, Nathaniel IL. Bmmons, Chas. 

M-rriain, (.i'Mr^c C. Richardson, William ['arsons, 
* Charles Faulkner, ('has. L. Young, Henry B. Mather, 
Kl.vard S. Tobey; Paging Teller, Timothy Bryant; 
Receiving Teller, Henry Howard; Bookkeeper, Al- 
marin Trowbridge; Discount Clerk, James Skilton; 
yftssenger, A. Watson Grant. Discount, Tuesday 
Hint Friday, at 1, P. m. 
Rational Webster Bank, No. 30 STATE, corner 
I'osgress Strbkt: — Incorporated, is.",:;; Capital, 
|1,500,000; President, Win, Thomas; Cashier, Sol- 
omon Lincoln; Directors, William Thomas, George 
It. Upton, H. Mollis Hunnewell, James M. Beebe, 
William F. Weld. Albert tearing, George H. Kuhn, 
ttobert W. Emmons, Henry V. Ward; Paying Tel- 
ler, Edward W. Brown; Receiving Teller, Charles 
L. Kiddle; Bookkeeper, Merrill X. Boyden; Discount 
Clerk, EWery C Dauiell; Collection Clerk, Charles 
H. Fletcher; Messenger, Caleb S. Brown. Dis- 
count, Tuesday and Friday, at 10k, A. M. 

Sew England National Bank, No. 67 State 
ST.: — Incorporated, i»;;j; Capital, $l,0u0,000; Pres- 
MewL, Titos. Lamb; Cashier, seth i'ettee; Directors, 
Thomas Lamb, Robert C. Mackay, Joseph Whitney, 
John Tisdale Bradtoe, Samuel Atherton, John D. W. 
Joy, William G. Means, Richard Baker, Jr., Na- 
thaniel C. Nash: Receiving Teller, Arthur C. Kol- 
lock; Paying Teller, Owen Dame; Bookkeeper, 
Charles F. .Swan; Collection Clerk, W. H. Swan; 
Messenger, Thomas P. Butman. Discount, Tuesday 
and Friday, at ly£, i\ M. 

Snrth National Bank, No. 18 Kir.BY STREET: — 
Incorporated, 1S23; Capital, $1,0U0,000; President, 
(.'Ins. G. Nazro; Cashier, John B. Witherbee; Di- 
rectors, Charles G. Nazro, R. S. Frost, Elijah Wil- 
liams, Henry T. Daland, James O. Safibrd, I. G. 
Whitney, L. S. Jones, John Worster; Receiving 
Teller, H. L. Sanderson ; Paying Teller, D.E. Saun- 
ders, Jr. ; Assistant Cashier, VVm. L. Barnes; Dis- 
count Clerk, E. A. Burbuuk; Bookkeeper, .Samuel L. 
Wheeler; Messenger, Edmund Farusworth. Dis- 
count, Monday and Thursday, at 1, i\ M. 

Old Boston National Hank, No. 48 State St. : — 
Incorporated, !SU-"{; Capital, §000,1100; President, J 'as. 
C. Wild; Cashier, J. G. Guudersou; Directors, Rob- 
ert Hooper, ames C. Wild, (.'has. Homer, Geo. R. 
Minot, Daniel S. Curti-, J. C. Howe, J. Ingersoll 
Bowdttch, Mark R. Wend. 11, Win. S. BuHanl, J. 
Thomas Stevenson, Frederick II. Bradlee, G. How- 
land Shaw; Paging Teller, F. L. Church; Receiving 
Teller, Chester S. Stoddard; Bookkeeper, Hale L. 
Keyes; Discount Clerk, Charles F. Fitz; Messenger, 
C. C. Batten. Discount, Monday and Thursday, 
at 1, p. m. 

Pawners Bank, No. :>.3 Union - Street: — Incor- 
porated, Aprils, 1K»0; Capital, $-!oo,000; President, 
Jo.-ephS. Ropes; Cashier, E B.Foster; Directors, 
Joseph S. Ropes, Samuel Johnson, Jr., John Bige- 
low, John Kurtz. William (.. Weld, John J. Mav, 
-V.Maniel C. Poor: Atipraiser, Charles P. Weils; 
■'/■ sscnger, John Wai ren : Janitor. John N. Par- 
•'■•iu> r. Loans made on all kinds of goods every 
•wy. Dividends in January and .July. 

*»«ond National Bank of Boston, No. 60 
f»r.VTK Strket: — Incorporated as Granite Hank, 
Ki -; Organized as National, l*o4; Capital, $l,oi 0,- 
"": President, James II. Ileal; Cashier, Andrew J. 
'-"'id; Assistant Cashier. Edw. C. Brooks; Direr- 
*"-*. James II. Ileal, Alphens llardv, Joseph V. 
Bacon, Osborn Howes, Etij th C. Emerson, Alex- 
M »Ier S. Wheeler, James L. Little, Jacob W. Seav- 
'.'"• c o. c. Lord, n'illuim U. nYld; Paying Teller, 
•'"-eph Calleudcr; lit ;iri,u/ fetter, 11. II W. Kd- 

! , :l! "Js: Bookk /;>,;•, V. Harlan Br 1: .K< Woo/j- 

' P*r; Plus W. Eaton; CoiVc ft'o/i (Vent ,ut7 .!/"«- 
'' 'J^r, James A. Noweil; Clerks, Win, F. Whit- 
"""h, Geo. II. Perkins. Discount, Monday and 
fhUrMlay, at I-}, i\ m. 



Sliawmiit Nation *l flank, \'o. JO S r \n; ST.: - 
Incorporated, i&j:!; Orgaiii/«d a- National, i-mS; 
Capital, 3.7>0,000; /'n i«/< i<r, U in. Un mti II; (', , 
ier, Stephen (}. Davis; iHreeturs, William It, i 
ball, Barnabas Davis, David Whiton, Jaiiu- h. I , 
coin, Benjamin T. Reed, John C. Abbott, !>. ,\ ■ , . 
Salisbury, Prentiss W. Srudder, Kdward W ... ;.. 
Paging Teller, Josephus «; Trait: /.< . -, uj'Tttln; 
Bryant T. Henry; liookkerper, Churles II.' Miller 
Collection Clerk, Charles II, Xewell; Mrssengtr, 
Jesse Osborn. Discount, Monday, at I, p. ji. 

Shoe and Leather Katlonul Bank. \<>. i iKn ; .v 

Street: — Incorporated, i&H', ; Capital, i •■ ■ 

President, Caleb Stetsou; Vice>Prr*itl*-nt, Johu t 
Potter; Cashier, Sam'l Carr : Directors, i ahb Stet- 
son, Josiah M. Jones, William B. Spooner. John 
C.Potter, Albert Tirrell, G'errv W. Coctinnu- !!• my 
L. Daggett, Elislia N. Ilolbrook, lle..n A. Wliii- 
ney, J. P. Ellicott; Paying /'•/,',/•, Joshua ( !.;rk . 
Receiving Teller, James E. Patch ; Bon! . uper, 1 1,> -. 
L. Sprague ; Assistant Bookkei per. Fr.oi. i- \l I , ,,v\ - 

bridge; Collection Clerk, Francis L. Whii b; 

Assistant Clerk, Edward R. Sherburui 
Benjamin P.Hoilis. Discount, Tut3t;;i 
at 11, A. M. 



•a ...,</<-/ , 

t i ndj 



State Xutional Bank, No. 40 STATE Stkket: — 

Incorporated 1811; Organized as National, ■-.'.• 
Capital, $2,000,000; President, Amo.i \\ . >!.-..■., 
Cashier, Cliarles H. Smith; Director*, J;.iue> .Mc- 
Gregor, Samuel T. Dana. James P. Tlmrtiuike. Aii- 
ner Kingman, Daniel N. Spooner, John i i« id, .v. W. 
Stetson, Joshua Stetson. James 1'. Al< ;:. u_.', 
ing Teder, John B. Gould; Receiving i < ■ r : 
Chamberlain; Bookkeeper, Ebenezer (;. JLlleii; 
Discount Clerk, Herbert Curtis: C<Jtecti>'n tun:, 
Hiram Clap]); Messenger, Richard >. Matthew*! 
Discount, Monday and l'hursday, at 1, i-. >i. 

Snffolk National Bank, No. (,o Statk St.: — 

Incorporated, lisib; Capital, § i ,r»otvo , .i ; r-.i.„i, 
Samuel W. Swett ; Cashier. Edward I'vler; .;.- i.-r- 
ant Cashier. C. B. Fatten , Directors, Nath. H ■ 
Samuel Frothinghaut, Jr., John A. Lowell, Jemey 
Richardson, s. VV, Swett, J. Wiley Eduiand?. E.i 
ward Austin, Francis B. Crowniushield, Win. W. 

Tucker, James S. Amory; /'aging Wilt r, li ,.. 

Hobbs; Assistant Paging TilltT, Geo. l'hi;ipeii,.ir. : 
Receiving Teller, Harrison <c Hunt; /;...,. 
Charles L. Ilolbrook: Assistant Bo.kk<tper, l.t 
Singleton: Collection Clerk, J. K. Ahhn \ A*si*ta»t 
Clerk, Win. Hunt; Messenger, Charles A. Tuck.-r: 
Porter, Charles S. Melcher. Discount, U e-:m -t..» 
and Saturday, at 11, a. m. 

The Boston National Rank, N'>, rtl.ST.VTK Si : 

— Incorporated, IS5:i; < ttpital, <::,■'.>*■>•; It- • 
Lyman Nichols; Ca hier. Charles B. Hall; Direc- 
tors, Lyman NichoU, Jonathan Preston, i 
Farusworth, Davitl E. Webster, Charles S. Kei I I, 
Win. Cumston, Samuel Blake, Jr.. 1. A. Ilawiry, 
H. B. Cushimr; Teller, D. B- llallott; In 
Clerk, Theodore Baker; Bvokkrtper, J.-.tues II. 
Bouve; Assistant Clerk, Albert Floyd; MttArttgtr, 
B. F. Gilbert. Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at 

11, A. M. 
The Everett National Bank of Ronton, RCi 

W \>imn<. ion, oi::m-:i: N i. w i".\ . >r. :_«.._.,.,■.•. ,,. 
1>.'5 ; Capital. §200,0 "; President. VVurreii .tiw 
Cashier, S. P. Lamsou; Directors, t i, ■.: ■ \_ i',.,l,. 
cock, Nathan Crowell, Richard A. !:.••.• • - 

thaniel Adams, Warren >awver, .larvi- n - 

James Williams, Ahlen Spea're, Am •- !'.- Merrill, 
Charles Carruth, Plin> Nickerson; Teller, (ieo. A, 
Dunhip; Bookkeeper, Win. Cooley. 

Third National Bank of Bo* ton. No. - STATK 

STI'.EET; — Presidi nt, Perct< al L. Evi r. •: ; to hur, 
Jonas Bennett; Directors, Perctval L. I r»«:i;,Ser- 
eno D. Nickerson. Samuel Hall,Jr.,J. n rd lin- . 

Marshall S. Scudder, J ph E. 11--;- ....», |{«»ys*l 

E. Bobbins. James Stur^is, Nathaniel J, Bi . 
Teller, J. W. Sown; //■ ■ '.'.<>,■>■. J. W. G 
Discount Clerk. W. 1 . Forbes; Collection Clerk ami 
Messenger, Win. A. Wilson. . 

Trader* National Bank. No. 91 STATE ST. : — 
Incorporated, .*::. Capital. $iWhi,oou; / ■ 
Benjamin B. Williams; '-,,,, F. S. Paris. In' 
rectors, Benjamin B. Williams, Jabez Fisher, l ! «m 
iu_' Jarves, Francis J. Parker, Franklin Snow" 
Dudley H. Baviey, Kdward sands; Paging Teller* 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Sylvester Trull ; Receiving Teller, Chirlea F. Brad- 
ford; Bookkeeper, Thomas Waterman; >v ■,,.,./ 
n>'>k!:»epp.r, A. N*. Cook; Discount Cirri:, Horace 
I'liUbrook; <•<>'!>' ■>;<>> Clerk and Messenger, H. II. 
I> ivid. DidCtfuut, Wednes lay and Saturday, at l, 

Trrmont National I!t»!i Xo. 41 STATE St. :- 
Incorporated, it>14; Capital, $.',(»>io,On<»; /'resident, 
An Ire w T. II. ill: C i*ht r, .Vims I'. Krotldngham; 
Directors, Andrew I'. 11 ill, E'.ra II. Baker, Nathan 
|$. Gibbs, William Perkins Ch-irles B. Shaw, Isaac 
Timelier, Thos. SI. Dovens. William EndicotE Jr.; 
fulfill/ Teller, Daniel E. Snow; /.'- 
John K. Hinckley: Bookkeeper Oh: 



nii.'owit Clerk,(}ao. E.Carr; (',//,■?; ,,, <■• ■■ 
J. U'iderlilll: Meistnyer, William S. Wilder. | 
c >mit, Mon lay and I'Uurs lay, at j, i: \i. 

Washliiirtoii National ISmk. No. i: , , 
Street: — Incorporate 1 IS2*>: Capital, 
President, Union I). Ho Ige-c Cashier, W. II 
Bracket! : D/iv ro/\», Al nou I). II > U ■-, Jod ih - 
man, M. Williams, Franci-i Bacon, Uamon i ■• 
Joseph \v. Baled, Kben Bac >u; I* mi ■" /• 
cis A. Low; Herrii-im/ Teller, L. P.H.Tunui ; 
keeper, .lames H. Cliampncv; Ms.'ount CI . .i ,l 
Eddy; Collection Clerk and }&**# igtr, H urv Jv 

j-t-i/^ t </,'>■,-,, logg. Discoant, Tuesday and Friday, at 12, m" 

es o. tufts; I 



T 



Boston Clearing House, No, 65 State Street. 

r7/ :irnum, Daniel Denny, of the* Hamilton Bank; Secretary, Charles G.Nazro, North Bank; Standing 
Committee, Andrew P. Hall, lremont Bank, Thomas Lamb, 'New England Bank, Almon l>. Ho - 
Washington Bank, Benjamin K. Hates, Bauk of Commerce, Samuel II. Waller, Revere Bank- Man- 
ayer, Henry B. Groves; Assistant Manager, Nathaniel G. Snelliug; Clerk, Eben Staniford; Mcssenytr. 
linlen Holmes. 



SAVINGS BANKS, 



Bo.tton Five Cents Smin^s Bank, No. 38 j 
School STREET: —Open for deposits from 5) to 1 I 
u'cluck. daily, and on Saturdays from :{ to 5, and I 
from lito s o'clock, P. M. ; open for drafts from 10 to I 
I o'clock, daily; President, Paul Adams'; Treasurer, i 
Alon/.o H. Evans: Secretary, Curtis C. Nichols; 
'trustees, Wm.Clariin, Ceo. F. Williams, I). L. Web- j 
»ter, 1>. W. Couch, Roland Worthington, C. Ii. Kan- i 
«om, Franc's B. Fay, J. M. Stone, John P. Jewett, 
Daniel Child, John" G. Davis, Alouzo Farrar, John 
|>. Philbriek, S. A. Denio, Jonas Pitch, William O. 
Grover, Jno. P. llealey, Sampson Reed, William J. j 
Karnsworth, Paul Adams, Jr., Samuel It. Payson, i 
Win. L). Forbes 15. S. Evans. Animal meeting ou 
the lirst Tuesday in April. 

lloitn:i Penny Savings Binlv, 1073 Wash- j 
in.;i<»n", corner Newton street: — President,] 
Daniel Harwood: Vice President*,. lohnDntt, Fran- j 
cis .1. Parker, Eben Howes, Charles A. Babcock, | 
U. I). Wi-o. Win. Cam-tun. Alex. 11. Riee, Benj. 
Smith, Wm. Eaton, Frederick .Jones, Josiah M. 
Jones, Job. A. Turner: Treasurer, Nathan P. Earn- i 
■on; Secretary, Win. IE Baldwin: .Wmar/ers, A. W. I 
Stetson, A. J." Loud, Plinv Xickerson, 0. G. Wood,! 
John P. Robinson Amos IE Merrill, R. S. Wade, i 
Warren Saivver, Alden Speare, Josepn F. Paul, ! 
Cims. S. Kendall, Wm. Brigham, George H. Davis, 
(' mrles Carruth, Joseph Pratt, Charles B >ardman, 
Kdwin Pope, Nathaniel Adam-, Stephen Tilton, W. 
W. Clapp. Jr., F. F. Thayer, diaries IE Allen, Win. 
H. riiomes, R. A. Robertson. 

E«*t Hostou Savings Bank, W-NTIIROP j 
Block, Maverick Si>.< E. B.: — Open daily from I 
»t to 1 o'clock. President, Ebenezer Atkins; Vice. I 
PmuUnt, Phineas M.Crane; Secretary and Treas \ 

\ Albert Bowker; Trustees, Eben. Atkins. P. 
M. Crane, Thomas I). Demond, Mirk Googins. Ben- j 
ittinin Lamson, Gilbert E. Pierce., Henry Pigeon, 
i.. II. riiiuimer, Joseph Bobbins, Alfred A. 'Wel- 
lington, Paul Curtis, John M. Doatie, Albert Bow-! 
k'T. Edward BrE'uain, Charles It. McLean, Stephen! 
X. Stocktvell. Frederick Pease, Henry Jones. Thos. 
Rtihiu^oii, .lo-eph S. Weeks, (ieorce T. Samson, 
Henry It. HillJ.ieorge E. Voungr Clerk, L. Johnson, i 

I'nx.ikll'i Savings Hank of the City of ISns- 
ton, COKNKIt oc' CH\l.'N<-V AM) BEI>EOKD 
•vrUKKis: — Op<-n daily, for depo sits and payments, i 
IV' ii n". i a. m. to ' [>. \;.; and on Satnrdiv ufteruoons, 



lrt»rii4tosoVh«'k; Presid, t. 
r-t '■„•!, mid Tn tsurtr, I! air 
IVter Waiuwright, Jr.: /'/«.• 
•»r., Jus. IE Heal, Nathaniel , 
tireenle if, Benj. C. i lark, I a 

Curtis, franklin Darraeott, li 
"in-lrv. Oliver hirsou, W 



suivii Brewster ; >'•<■- 
\\ I'litteniore; Clerk; 
■ '. i no-, t Amory, 
Bra !.."•. Richard C. 
ill S\ . I lark, ( harles 
i 'n»i-k r. George A. 
ii< ! Dalies, John T. 
Fisher, Jr., Jonas 
.lewtdt. 



ntcb, Osborn IE>\ve>, Benj. Jane -. il i 
V. W . Lincoin. Jr., Francis C. Manning, Samuel 
V. McEleary, oti- N'urcross.Charlt - «■. Nazro. Joint- 
Inmi I'K>t(in, John Revere, Alexander II Bee, 
•'a --ii >v. heaver, Jacob Meeper, E. Miles Staudish 



Frederick II. Stimpson, Joel Richards, John II 
Thorhdike, Charles Torrey, (Ward 11), John W 
Warren, Alexander S. Wheeler. Annual Meeting 
on the first -Monday in January. 

Provident Institution for Savings in th:- 
Town of Boston, Entkaxo. for Men, Win- 
tek Place; Wumex, 12 Temple Place; Treas- 
urer's Office, i-j Temple Place: — Open daily 
from 9 to 1 o'cloek; Deposits are received Monday, 
Tuesday and Wednesday, and payments are made 
ou Thursday, Friday and Saturday ; President. John 
A. Lowell -."Vice- Presidents, Edward Wiggleswortii, 
Daniel Denny, William T. Andrew.-, J. Wilev 
Edmands, H. IE Ilunnewell, James 31. B-ebe, 
N. IE Emmons, George Howe, William Perkins. 
Geq. II. Kuhn, Benj. F. White, Treasurer, \'> U r 
Wainwright : Vice Treasurer, John Reed; Se '.retary, 
W. S. Dexter; Trustees, Benj. Thaxter, J. 1. Ste- 
venson, George R. Minot, Wm. S. Bullard, John .'• ■ 
Dixwell, Israel Whitney, Franklin IE Story, Henry 
Lee, Jr., Andrew T. Hall, Elw. Austin, Francis 
Bacon, Thomas B. Wales, Francis B. Crownin- 
shield, J. Huntington Wolcott, Joseph Whitney, 
James P. Thorudikc, Isaac Thacher, Alansou fuck- 
er, Thomas A. Goddard, James S. Amory. M. L>. 
Kimball, Martin Brimmer, Ebenezer Dale.J. Inger- 
soll Bowditch. Animal meeting, third Weduesdaj 
in December. 

South Boston Saving Bank, 258 BtlOADAVAY : 

— President, Henry souther; Trustees, Sunm-r 
Crosby, Benj. Dean", Henry A. Drake. Hiram Em- 
ery, Eben Jackson. Thomas Leavitt, Samuel Leeds, 
Harrison Loring, Zibeoii Southard, Alpheus M. Stet- 
son, D.McB. Thaxter, Jr., Lewis C. Whiton, Josen i 
Winsor, Albert J. Wright, James Power: Se< n 
and Treasurer, D. Mel'.. Thaxter. 

Suffolk Savings Hank for Seamen aii'l 
otliers, OFFICE, SAViscs BANK Bin. dim., •'" 
Tk'emont Stueet: — open daily from •' »o I 
o'clock, w M-; Deposits received and payinems made 
daily; President, Thomas Lamb; Vice President, 
Samuel H. Wallev ; Seer, 'ary.iivo. N.Macy; Tn 
Charles Henry Parker; Maiht-h rs, Martin Brimiiie'i 
J. D. W.Joy, Francis Bacon, .las. M. Barnard Jan i - 
M. Beebe, Georire William Bond, J. Wiley Ed- 
mands, Albert Fearin-. Nathan B. Gibbs, .1 
C Rogers, Charles h. Voun^. Win. Hilton, Win " 
Eaton" Charles J Morrill, Charles G. Nazro ,i Inn ■' 
Hamilton Parker. Henry A. Peirce, Win. Perk ii>, 
Wm. Endicott, Jr., Isaac Thacher, Thomas \N 
clesworth, Daniel L. Spoouer, Francis C. Mannuif.'. 
Samuel P. Dexter. Aninuil meeting, second l'iu-» 
day preceding the second Wednesday in April. 

3Iereuntile Savings Institution, No. ^^ Si >l- 
MEi! tvnwv:- President. Itichard lloluu •: ' 
E. S. Hapgood; Trustees, G. W. Mcsin-er, Ja*. "• 
Collin-, i . L. >liaw, I red IE Henshaw. Aljdu n ■ ' ■ 
Blake, William Ii. RieharJs, Niithaniei F S 
Daniel Munwi', Isaac Emerson, Andrew Jon«>s. I •• •■■ 
V Shaw, John A. Nowell, .Moses W. Pond, Bicliaril 



r 



INSURANCE COM PANIE9. 



p.Mallory, L. S. Hapgood, A. B. II all; Clerkand ' Secretary and Treat., Geo. P. Emery; 7V« teen 



I ,-. isure'r, Aihoii J. Stone; Appraisers, Andrew 15. 
potter, Samuel A. Bradbury; Attorney, Alphonso 
j. Uubinson. 

In Ion Institution for Savings No. 238 "Wash- 
is... ion Street: — 1'renMe nt, .John e. Crowley; 
»('•(' Presidents, Patrick Donahoe, Wm. II. Thorn- 
,;ike James Pitton, Daniel S. Lamson, Michael Do- 
|,erty Joshua D. Ball, William I. Bowditeh, George 
\\ Buskins, John Coplon, .George A. Hamilton; 



It. s. S AndroK, John «.. Make, Tristram < ump 

bell, Hugh Can v, Ja a Collins, Ambrose Kohh r. 

Joseph A. I. at mm . Francis McLaughlin, Theodore 
Metcnlf. William Murray, llugli O'Brien, William ». 
Pelletier, James ii. Tnlloti. Samuel Tueki rman, 
Robert II. Waters; the President and I'rounurer, 
ex ojliaiHj /■.<■ •utit't Committee, Patrick Donahoe, 
Joseph A. Lsii'iirme, bran. McLaughlin, Hubert 
11. Waters, Hugh U »ri< n. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Street. Marine Insurance.— Capital represent- 
ed, £12.000,000. I'lKK iNsrUANCK.— Canitul retire- 



American Insurance Company, No. 54 State 
St.: Incor., 1ST*; Capital, $500,000; President, \ eu, ?L2.uuo,uuu. l 

Chas.K. Guild; Secretary, Andrew C Durr, ; Direc-\ seuted, S?3,oO -,000. Inland Insurance. — Capital 
tors, Chas. K. Guild, .). I. Bon-ditch. Wm. Amory. j represented, 81,500. Ail losses adjusted and set- 
Robert 15- Forbes, Wm. Perkins, Francis Curtis.; tied at our oii.ee. I. F. Dobson & Co. 
James S Amory, Edward Austin, Wm. B. Bacon, ]_,. ^ _. ^ „ 

F.Gordon Dexter, George B. Chase, George Z. j E1 . Iot Fire Insurance Company, No 63 Stat k 
Stlsbee; Clerk, Wm. H. Dale. Dividends, January | 
and JuU. Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in January, i 

ArktVi'islit Mutual Fire Insurance Com- | 



puny, No. 31 Kilbv Street; /'resident, Waldo! 
lliggin.-on; Secretary, E. Ii. Sprague; Directors, \ 
Waldo Higginson. George K. Minot, Edward Atkin- 
son, J. Wiley Edmands, Thos. Wigglesworth, Eben I 
Wright, Eben Dale, John Gardner, Joshua Stetson, j 
Samuel Batchelder, F. M. Weld. 
Boston Insurance Company, No. 62 State j 
Street; Incor., 1S23; Capital, 8300,001.); Pres-\ 
ident, feter W. Freeman; Secretary, Henry Wash- I 
burn ; Directors, N. H. Emmons, Robert C. Mackay, 
Sexvell fappau, Joseph B. Piston, Benj. F. Burgess, 
George Z. Silsbee, Char'es J. Whitmore, Joseph P. ! 
Ellicott; Clerk, W. B Bartiett. Dividends. March 
15 and September 15. Officers choseu March 15*. 

Boston Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Iiisur- | 
ance Company, zS Citv Exchange, No. 14 Dev- ! 
ONSHIKE sr.; Incor.. 1S50: President, E. E. Man- I 
ton; Secretary, William B. Whiting; Directors,] 
William Amory, Win. Dwight, .las. Head. James S. j 
Amory, Daniel Park, Edmund Dwight, Edward At- j 
kinson, E. E. Manton. officers chosen 3d Monday in 
January. 
Boylston Fire and Marine Insurance Com- 
pany, X<>. 4") State Street; Incor., 1825; | 
Capital. S3'0.(H30; President, Joseph W. Balch, 
Secretary, Noah S Jenuey; Directors, Joseph W. 
Balch, Chas. W. Dabney. Jr., Eben Bacon, S. Endi- 
cott Peabodv, Alansou Tucker, Jr., Charles Amory, j 
Moses Williams, Nathan Crowell, Frederick T. Bush, j 
William T. Glidden, Joseph S. Coolidge, Joseph B. ! 
Glover. Dividends, April and October. k Officers | 
chosen 2d Monday in March. 
China Mutual Insurance Company, No. I 
5'2 State Street; Im'oi:., 18Vj; President, Francis j 
Bacon; Secretary. George L. Deblois; Directors, i 
Wm. Amorv, jr., Francis Bacon. Eben Bacon. E/ra i 
11. Baker, Frederick T. Bush. Joseph S. Coolidge, 
Joseph P. Gardner. Nathaniel Goddard, Audtew T. | 
Hall, Augustus Hemenwav, Osborn Howes. Robert 
C. Mackav, Francis C. Manning. Wm. F. Parrott, j 
S. Eudicnft Peabodv, Henry A Peirce, Thomas W. 
1'eiree, William Perkins, .fames Sturgis, Thacher I 
Magoun, Jos. W. Davis. M. C. Ferris Arthur L. 
Devens, Thomas A. Goddard, George Whitney; 
Bookkeeper. Eleazer Bollard, Jr. Officers chosen 1st | 
Monday in January. 
City Fire Insurance Companv. No. 19 KlLBY 
Street; Incor., 1S50; < ' a pit al, -■:>•" ,000; PresL-\ 
dent, Charles I.. Pitts; .sV ■/•, /,/,„, Hehry C. Short; 
Directors, Charles L. Pitts, Ju'i> A. i u'rner. A. W. j 
Beurton, Abraham f. Loxxo. E. P. Tileston, Otisj 
Norcross, George C. Bicharu.-on. Joseph S. Ropes, I 
Wm. H. Hi. I. Win. Brown, Samuel i{. Cochran. I 
tdnin F. A. bins, George Woods Rico, Thomas! 
Hatfield, M. G. Penis. LMxideuds, April and Oc- 
tober. Officers cho&en 2d Weduesday in April. 

!• F. Dobson &. Company, Boston Insurance 

Agency, Fire, luluud, and M trine, No. 4G State < 



street; Incor., 1640 ; Capital, S200,000; Pn 
dent, George A.Curtis; S> 'retary, Win. M Lathrop; 
Directors, George A. Curtis, Bobt. Codman. Amos 
Cummings, Calvin W. Haven, Frankliu Evans, 
Carrni K. King. Gardner P. Diury. Charles L. Hay- 
ward. William Parker, George W. Messinger, Da* Id 
W. Williams, Solomon 11. Howe, Win. Fox Rich- 
ardson, Henry Hastings, 11. Augustus Johnson, 
Stephen niton, John C. Hayden; Clerks, Jos. N. 
Bradford and G. C. George. Officers chosen 2d 
Monday iu January. 

Equitable Safety Marine ami Fire Insur- 
ance Company, Merchants Exchange; In- 
cur., lKi9; Renewed in lJvVJ; President, Farnham 
Plumiuer; Vice President* Samuel Wheeler; Serre- 
tan/, W. 11. Dane; Directors, Farnham Plumiuer, 
David Whiton, William W Goddard, Joseph lasigi, 
Wm. Bramhall.Ehen Wright. Geo. B. Upton, ( has. 
Larkin, Chas. < t. Whitmore. Samuel Wheeler, Chas. 
J. Morrill, Wm. Parsons, Nathan Crowell. James 
Lee, Jr., Joseph P. Ellicott. Josephs. Hopes, Geo. f. 
Williams, Jos. B. Tilton. Josiah Bardwell, Eben 1>. 
Jordan. Wm. 1.". Worthiugt.on, Andrew Nickerson, 
John C. Dodge; Bookkeeper, A. F. Thayer; Fire 
Clerk, William L. Caverly. Officers chosen 2d Mon- 
day in April. 
Firemen's Insurance Company, No. 75 State 
Street; Incor.. iSol; Capital, 5=300.000; Presi- 
dent, Shubael <■• Kogers; Secretary, Thomas W. 
Tucker; Directors. Shubael G. Bogers, John Col a- 
rnore, Samuel B. Pax sou, James Ellison, John B. 
Parker. Nathaniel Harris George W. Messinger, 
Charles Amorv, ( lias D.ane, John (.. Davis, I lias. 
U. Cotting, Nath'l J. Bradhe. Divideuds 2d Mon- 
day oi* January and July. Officers chosen 2d Mon- 
day in July. 
Franklin Insurance Company, No. 44 STATU 
Street: Incor., 1*23; < aimtal. S3 : Presi- 
dent, Wm . M. Bvrnes; <- retary. Edmund B. Whit- 
ney; Directors,' Eben Dale. Francis W Welch, E. 
T. Farrington, Win. < . Peters, .J. Turner Fos'er, 
Gorham Bogers. F. W. Brudlee, Win. M. Byrnes, 
D. D. Staekpole. Cbrk A.T.Byrnes. Dividends, 
January and July. Officers chosen 2d Monday iu 
March.' 
Howard Fire Insurance Company, No. 17 
Kilbv Street: Cash < aimtal, *2<iO,ooO; i'r>.i- 
dent, Ephraiui Brown: Secretary, Henn B.White; 
Dire-tors, Benjamin E. Bates. Abralnun T. Lowe, 
Lester M. < lark, Arthur P. P.nniiey, Nathan Allen: 
Stephen Gushing, Josiah <.. Abbott. A Jon/o A.Mii er, 
Beubeu E. Demmon. Sam id Burbauk, A W. But- 
triek, Ejihraim B own, Walter Wright, Henry «'. 
Howe Elijah M Head. Charles Lane, Hi os. A. God- 
dard, Nathaniel Adams, J. C Abbott, N. M. Wright, 
Stark I'oliaau, Moses «■• Howe. 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, No. H m vi : Strki r, and No. t Pust- 
OKEHE Avk.M'e ; President, George P. Sanger; 
Vice Pri-sidi •'. 1-aac Emery; Secretary, George B. 
Ager; Directors, Samuel Athertou, E. B. Bigelow, 
Harrison Bird', JaiUes CUeever, G. W. Cochrane, 



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v>.-r''f >/. Whiting H Hollister; Directors, Henry I Washington Insurance Company, No. 7: 
Lruckfr l»ani«I aharp, Jus. Suwyer, SheRon Barrv, Statk stkekt; Ijicor., i ~ 12 * . Capital - 
]• > s ' Viidnv, Bradley N. Cuming-, of Boston ; Pres ident, Isaac Sweetser; .v retary, Benj 
E«—^)udloy, John D Latiir, J. H. Williams. Joseph ser; Directors, Thw. Lamb, Uicltafd SouJc, J. I. 
tfr«A*trvct, of Maine; G. C Collins, Edward |{ >.- Coofidge, T. Jett'ernon Cooljdge. M. II. Sjni] oi H 
cLnib ol i>ew Vork; Medical Examiner, John C. M. Parkman, John H. Thorndike, John A. lli.-jin- 
Viurii. SI. L>- J £»''"• Agent, Robert Ayres. I son. Isaac Swccwr; Clerks, Alonzo W. Damou and 

J. Henry Herman, Dividend*, April and October. 
I Officers chosen 1st Monday in May. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVING AGENCIES IN BOSTON. 



Economical Mutuiil Life Insurance Co. 

of Rhode Island; Capital, s ioo.ooo; Pn i , .>, 
minion S. Bucklin; Actuary, lion, Eliznr Wrigiit, 
of Massachusetts ; Secretary, William V. Potter; 
Jioardvf Dire-tors, Maj. Gen. Ambrose I.. Burn- 
side, Karl P.Mason, Hon. William Sprague, John 
<'a ter Krown, Hon. Lewis Fuirbrother, siuion s. 
Bucklin, Hon. Henrv B. Anthony. Moses B. Lock- 
wood, Henry Howard, A. II. Okie, M.D., Arba B. 
Dike, Isaac' H. Southwick, Horatio It. Nightin- 
gale, Alexander Farnum, Joseph H. Bourn, Hon. 
James M Pendleton, Stephen Brownell, Uen. 
George Lewis Cooke, Albert Dailev, C. <;. 
McKnight, M.D., John Kendrick; Geri'l Agent*, 
Murdock & Stephenson, 40 Washington Street, 
Boston, Mass. 



Arc' dent Insurance Company, of Columbus, 
tlhio; Capital, £1,0w,OOO. President, Benj; E. 
Smith; Vicc-Pre.-bleiit, David S. Gray ; Secretary* 
mid Treasurer, Geo. B. Wright, fioston Refer-' 
,.,,-,'.s': Hon. Solomon Lincoln, Chas. II. Parker, 
I- •-,,., Hon. Albert Fearing, T. T. Bouve, Col. F. 
J Parker, Messrs. F. & F. Bice & Co., Messrs. L. 
Sfophensoi) & Co. General 4 gent for Xi-w Eug- 
ln.nl. L. Stephenson, Jr., 40 Washington Street, 
BlMtOU. 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, of Pirts- 

hclil, Mass. ; Capital and accumulations, 

jmmi.imi; Surplus eipiitabh distributed annually; 

Dividend for lust four years 44 per cent of premium. 

Value of all polices, m case of non-payment of 

premium, secured by a continuance of the same for 

An equivalent period. Non-forfeiting Life and Equitable Life Assurance Society of the ITnit- 

gudowmeut Policies issued on the most favorable j ed States. President, Wm. C. Alexander; Vice- 

terms. Ratioof expenses less than any other com- President, H. B. Hyde; Secretary, Jas. W. Alex- 

p-inv of the same age. President," Thomas F. I ander; Cash Incomk, annually over S-'J.OOO.tiUO ; 

I'luhkctt; Vi:e- President, James Francis; Secre- I PUP.KLY .Mutual Dividends in cash annually, and 

taryand Treasurer, Benjamin Chickering; Assist- j may be used in reduction of premiums, or added to 

ant Secretary, Jacob L.Greene; General ig.ents,\ policy, as the insured may desire. All new and 

F, H. Smith and F.J. Foss, ;<.">- Washington Street, I improved styles of policies issued, giving full ad- 

Ruston; Agents, E. W. Bostwick, A. F. Chapman, ; vantage of non-forfeiting feature. General Agent 

C. \l. Goulcl, L.J.Whitman; M&lical Examiner A for Sew Engiand, H. G. Wilson, 17 State street, 

H. P. Hemeuwav,M.D. at office from 12 to 1 daily, * Boston. 

Agents wanted everywhere. " | Home Mft InsnrnMCC Company, 258 Broad- 

Brewsier's Insurance Rooms, Established! way, X.Y. MUTUAL, with an ample Cash Capi- 

1845; No. 4 Stat kStp.kkt. Boston. Maislni; Fjkk I Tal. President, Walter S.Griffith; Treasurer, 

ami Life Insurance. Oliver Brewster, Frank- I. H. Frothlngham; Secretary, George C Ripley; 

lia S. Phelps. I Actuary, William J. Coffin. Gentral Agent, Edwin 

! A. Eaton, 4'.» Washington Street, Boston. (See 

Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, of , advertisement pa fr e 7S0.) 
Hartford, Connecticut; Capital an*d surplus, | 

$'.J,.>UO,000 ; President, Juuies C. Walklev; Vi e- Hope Insurance Company, of Providence, 

Presilent, Noyes S. Palmer; Secretary, SiinmA H. j R.l. ; Capital, $150,i0u, 1nvi> 
White; Agent, Arthur Merrill, 2? State Street. 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, of 

Hartford, Conn.; CASH CAPITAL, $200,000, with ! 
Luwl: SURPLUS: Presilent. John B. Eldridge; j 
Secretary, M. Bennett, J 
87 State street. 



Stock.; President, Amos M. Warner; Secre- 
tary, Joseph Martin; Directors. James V. smith, 
Roval C. Tuft, Caleb Seagrave, Henry A. llidtlen, 
James S. Phetteplace, Amos M. Warner, Wm. 
S. slater, Win. Sheldon, Robert Sin rman, Arthur 
Igent, Arthur iferriil, j >r. Kimball, Samuel Shove. Daniel Hay, Jonathan 
Chace; Agents, J. 11. Ward Sc i o., 14 state street, 
Boston. 



Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Coin- j 
pany, established at Hartford, Conn.; incorpor- j Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company, 

■ted by the Legislature of Connecticut, lis4»; Ac- i of New York Citv. Assr.TS over $l,0Oo,(HXJ Presi- 
k'UtKKi) Capital, over Siu,000,000. General] dent, Erastus L/uian; Vice-President, B. F. John- 
Agent, lvhvin Ray ; Olhce, »4 Washington Street; son; Secretary', Geo. F. Sniften. New England 
Presilent, Jas. Goodwin ; Secretary, Guy 11. j Branch Office, l>:s Washington street, Boslou. 
Phelps; Phyd iao, H. iv. Oliver, M.D. (See ad- I Gen'l Aqint, N. T. Merritt ; Medial Examiner, 
Advertisement, page 7040 I j. F. Bigelow; Agents, 1). ('. SI. Rupp, W. t . 

t.S. Casualty Insurance Co. 90 Broadway, j Heith ' *' *'* <**»*<>**' ^ (S < C adv " P- 7 "-^ 
K.Y. The only Mutual Accident Insurance Com- j Manhattan Life Insurance Company, nf 
pany in America. Rates same as otner Companies I \. York; Capital am> Ac< i Mi la i tox, ^ ;,u. o,- 
where prolits are all retained by Stockuolders. j 5o*0- Presilent, Henry stokes; Secretary, C. V. 
General Agent for Xeio England, 11. (i. Wilson, | Wemple; Assistant Secretary, J. L. Halsey; A t- 
17 State Street, Boston. uary, S. N. Sstebbius; Gen'l Agent, J.Masou Ev- 

Coutiu«-utal Lite Insurance Company, of erett, No. 151 Washington St., Boston, [see adv. 
New York Citv; President. Justus Lawrence;; p. 778.) 
"VSS^l ';;.,i^^nfi'"i t f'^S Merchant,- !».««. Co™, y, or frovl- 



Agents far Xtw England, BUrnard Bros., « Con- 1 
pre-* Siiuae. Boston. Medi al Examiner, K. A- 
Perkins, M. 1). Agent at Providence, It. /., E. P. ! 
Andrews. Office, No. -J Meichants' Bank Build. '. 
Inir. 



lence Rhode Island; Capital, fjon.ooo, J' 
dent, William Comstock; Secntary, Walter Paine; 

Directors, William Comstock, V - 1». smith, 

George W. Ilallett, ^\'m. Foster, William Viall, Mo- 
ses B. Lockwood, Jabe/. C. Knight, Byron Sprasue, 
Walter Maton, Edward A. Greene, Robert W. Wat- 
son, Walter Paine, Las id Hainan, Jacob Dunnell, 
Jr. Agents, J. U. Ward &Co., U state Stree t, Bos- 
ton. 



L V. DohHon it Company. Iioston Iusiiraucc 
Ai;..-iicy, Fire, Inland, and Mamie. No. 40 State | 
Mnet. Sl.vttiXK Ix-ui:anck. —Capital repre- j 
"enied, $12,uou,oou. Fill Insuk.vsci-:.— • Capital 
represented, $.i,ooo,u0:i. Inland Insukan<k.— ' Narraafannett Fire «fc Marine Insurance Com- 
Capiui represented, $i,0v>O,CMjo. All losses adjusted pany. of Providence, Rhode Island. CAPITAL, 
■ud settled at our office. I. F. Dobson & Co. I |500,000. President, A. (J. Peck; Secretary, E 

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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Turner; Assistant Secretary, W. Henry Fredrickaji 
jkitnt, J. W. Porter, !- Congress Square, Boston, 
Mas.*.' 
Vatloiinl Mfe Insurance Company, of Mont- j 
ndicr Vermont: Boston Branch Othee,<X, Washing- ! 
| ,,, Mr,rt, Huston; Cash Assets, $'".oo,ooo All I 
profits divided anion- the insured, at the end ot | 
each the vears, and paid in e,i di. /'resident, Dr. ./. I 
\ Dewey; Secretary, George W. Heed; Directors,] 
hilluri V. Dewev, It. Itichardson, I'aul Dillingham, 
Timothy P. Hedtitld, Franklin Haven, .James L'. 
Thurston, Charles Dewey, Homer W. Heaton, W. 
|{ II Bingham, James C. < 'on verse, Fred K. Smith, 
tieorire W. Iteed; Insurance Commissioners of Mas- 
Mchu-etts, .lames M. Beebo & Co., V W. Lincoln, 
)r & Co., LlwanD, .Nichols, & Richards, S. (i. Da- 
vis', Cashier Sluiwmut Hank, also, Etizur Wright, 
Jlo'uvl «»/" Heferen v in front, >n; Medi:al Examiner, 
Wm. M. Bass; G «<;rr«i Agent and Attorney, J. T. 
Phelps. 

X.-w York lAfv Insurance Company, of New 

York; Cu \r. ri.;:;:r» in ]s4.i ; Entire Accumula- 
rioNs ovr.i: * - »,ooo,om). President, .Morris Frank- 
lin; \ ,-efn -il' id, Isaac C. Kendall; Actuary, 
Win. II- Befrs. Branch Offtoe, 13 Merchants' 
Exchange, lioston. General Agent and Agency 
Super inlcH lent, D. W. Russell; Assistant General 
4 ■';■ tit, A. I". Nason; Medical Examiners, B. L. De- 
iiuii, M. l>., John Homans, M. D. (See adver- 
liicineut on page 7 ><'>.) 



Munroo, Thomas <'- Webb, VVhitcomb Porter, 
Charles A. Ilowrlund, Thomaa Curtis, William li. 
Duggan, It. B. LeucluiM, John Hnrdwick, II. n 
Faxon, Quincj ; Fbeuezer Gav, riiugham; 
Loring, so. Hiiwham; « lias, Breek, .Milton; «.,., 
Marston, Barnstable ; II. W. Ulanchard, Dorchester; 
Sumner A. if ay ward. N. Bridgewater; Royal W. 
Turner, Randolph; Solomon .J. Beal, L'ohu 
This office has been In operation over fifteen ■ • u 
and is now pa 1 ing forty per cent, on all live years', 
and twenty per cent, on annual ri-ks; April 
lioston Oliice, V> Bra/.er's Bnilding, Congress 
Square, in the rear of 27 State Street; A%<.iU, W. 
I'orter. 

Rosier Williams Insurance Company, of 

. Providence, it. I.; ExroR., l«48; Cash CArjTAL, 
$100,000; tire and marine risks taken at current 
rates; /'resident, Cyrus B.Manchester; Secretary, 
.). W.Davenport; Directors, Win. Sprague, A. F. 
Adie, William Earle, It. W. Jackson, Amasa 
Sprague, C. G. Burrows, J. .J. Reynolds, B. M. 
.Jackson, Win. II. Aborn, C. B. Manchester, James 
Tucker, A. EI. Manchester, C. T. Keith, J. Wilson 
Smith, T. It. Greene, II. G. Tucker, W. D. Davis, 1.. 
N. Davis, Allen Shaw, Parley M. Matthewin ; 
Agents, J. H. Ward & Co., H State Street, lioston. 

Springfield Five a'idl Marine Iinuirnncc 
Company, of Springfield, Mass.; Cash Capital, 
$300,000; President, Edmund Freeman; Secretary, 
J. X. Dunham; Agents, Reed & Brother, 'J Uld 
State House. 



North America Life Insurance Company, | 

:,-w V«uk : Capital. $i,:;oo,000; J.usuranceof lSofi, [ Travelers' Insurance Company, of Hartford 

i\ :.'••>. '*■>> i I'r- silent, X. D. Morgan; Vice- Presi- i 

lUnt, I". f. Merwin; Actuary, George Rowland; 

.idr'a <ru Actuary, If. A. .Newton, Professor Math. ; 

>i r. i nil. _•«•; Scent try, J. W. Merrill. Annuities, 

l ilortun-nts, Xon- Forfeiture, and ordinary Life j 

; i«* granted on the best terms. General Agent, 

Ht-nrv rimrchill. Traveller Building, State Street, | 

Bo-if.'.n; f, ien!n! Waltham, L. H. Whitney; Agents 

,»• Gr niJd, Haddington & Child.-; Agent at Wor- \ 

r ■'•;•, l.i'-.mard Streeter ; Aoent at Fitehbnrg 

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Conn. The Pioneer A 'cident Insurance Company 
in America. This successful and popular company 

has lately added to its extensive Accident business 
a Life department, and is now the only company in 
existence that issues a combined policy, insuring at 
once against loss of life, either by accident, disease, 
or old age, and against loss of time caused by any 
description of disabling accident: Cash CAPITAL, 
$5-' '0,000, with a net cash surplus, June 1, 1S(>G, of 
$175,000. President, James <;. Batterson ; Secre- 



tin Vdmns ; Agent at Springfield, Ed. E. Ban- tary, Rodney Dennis; General Agent for Ma 
>-s,.,. adv. p .">i i.) j C. G. C. Plummer, 40 State Street, Boston. 



V>r%vi<-h Fire Insurance Company, of Nor- 

>•.!-:.< mm.; Cash Capital, $:>0o,o00; Charter- 
i i>, M \\ . 1^'»-'.; Presi '< nt, Fbcu Learned; Secretary, 
J. I.. D-ni-on; Directors, Augustas Brewster, 
1 .-iiiiunl Ballon, Lbenezer Learned, Franklin Xich- 
. :-. V.bcrt X. ItamsJell, Gilbert Osgood, Lucius \V. 
» ^rr.ii!, \\ illiam W. Billings, Timothv P. Norton, 
\-:. ; il Woodward, Lewis Hyde, Alfred A. Young, 
IB'iir) H. Tracy, Charles Johnson. Jonathan A. 
!'■' '■■•. DivH Smith, Samuel C. Morgan, Lafayette 
v F.-!er, John F. Slater, Henry P. Haven, John 
1. Dt-itisun; Agent,, J. II. Ward, li State st., Boston 

iluliu v Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
#, Mass.; Available axd Cash Capital, 

t '"I"; in-ares buildings, merchandise, and per- 
- ini |.r..pert\ gem-rally, on terms as favorable as 
■■ ■ • l»j uuv other dividend-paving company ; 
P' •■■ • .'. William s. Morton; Seer-tary, Chas. A. 
Ib.-vC in I ; Directors, William S. Morton, Israel W. 



United States Life Insurance Company; 

Assets. $2,000,000. Branch Office, ?ii State Street, 

Boston. L\ J. Long ty Co., General Agents. 

AV/"and important plans for paying-vp and se If- 
endorsing policies, original with this Company. Pol- 
icies all non-forfeit able. 

Policy-holders participate in the profits, without 
incurring any of the liabilities of the Company. 

The ratio of net assets to net value is much 
greater in this than in any other old company doing 
business in Massachusetts. 

The last dividend was forty per cent, and an extra 
of twenty per cent on all previous dividends. 

Policy-holders can use or apply their dividends i-i 
a variety of ways, than is aflbrded by any other 
company. 

Weymouth anil Braintree mutual Fire In- 
surance Company ; Agent, W. Porter, Xo. 12 
Brazer's Building. 



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RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 



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RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 



Androscoggin Railroad* Farnd ." 
Me., to Brunswick and Lewiston. M >. — 
Pres. Oliver Moses, Bath, Me.: S 
VV r . Eaton, Farmington, Me.; Tn a. J. 
A. Linscott, Farmington, Me.; CUrk, 
John H. Kimball, Burn, Me. 

Ashuclot, Iveene, X.U., u > South Vernon, 
Vt. — Supt. R. Stewart, Keeue, X.II. 

Atlantic 6c St. Lawrence, Portland, 
Me., to Wand Pond, Vt. — Leaded to 
Grand Trunk Railway Co. of Can i l. 

Bait cor, Oldtown, & Milford, Ba igor 
to Milford. — Pres. Samuel Veazie; A '. 
Supt. Joseph Taney: Treas. Samuel Vea- 
zie; Chrk, Joseph Taney. 

Boston, Clinton, 6c Fitchlmrg, Bos- 
ton to Fitcliburg. — Pres. L. N '■■:. s. 
Boston: Supt. H.'A. Blood, Fitchburff. 

Boston. Concord, Montreal, & White 
Mountains ( N. 11. j Railroads. — Cc.ic rd, 
N.H., to Littleton, N.H. — Pm. J. E. 
Lvon; «§«/)«. J. A. Dodge; Trees. E. D. 
Harlow-, Clerk, C. M. Whittier. 

Boston. Hartford, 6c Erie, Station, f iOt 
of Summer it., Boston. Boston to Read- 
vi!!e and South Dedham. 

Boston, Hartford, 6c Erie (Woonsock- 
et Division). Boston to Woonsoeket. EL 
1. Cars leave Boston ec Worcester R. R. 
Station. Boston. — Pres. George M. Bar- 
tholomew, Hartford, Conn.; Supt. Dan- 
Lei Pratt, Boston; Treas. 'Jaime's A. Du- 
pee. Bo -ton. 

Boston 6c Lowell, and Nashua 6c 
Lowell. — Manager , George Stark. Bos- 
ton; Supt. John B; Winslow, Boston: 
Treas. J. Thomas Stevenson, Boston. 

Boston 6c Maine, Boston to Portland, 
Me. — Pres. Francis Cogswell, Bos: n; 
Supt. William Merritt, Boston: Tr&u. 
Amos Blanehard.jr., Boston. 

Boston 6c Providence. — Pres. Charles 
H. Warren, Bo-ton: Supt. Daniel Nas >u, 
Boston: Treas. David Tyler, Boston: 
Clerk, W. Warren, jr., Boston. 

Boston 6c Worcester. — Pres'. Ginery 
Twichell, Boston; Supt. A. Firth. Bos- 
ton; Treas. Horace Williams, Boston: 
Clerk, G. S. Hale. Boston. 

Canal Railroad, New Haven to Granby, 
Conn. — Leased and operated bv tiie N.Y. 
& N. H. K. R. Co. 1'. Dennis, Gen- 
eral Agent. 

Cape Cod, Hvannis to Middleborongh. — 
/Yes. Richard Border), Fall River: S 
E. N. Winslow, Hvannis; Treas. E. ~N. 
Winslow, Hvannis; Clerk, George Mar- 
ston. Bar stable. 

Cape Cot! Central, Orleans to Yarmouth. 
— Pres. Benjamin Freeman, Brewster. 
Supt. E. X. Win-low, Hvannis; Trr :s. 
Jonathan Youns, Orleans; Clerk, F. He- 
faard, Harwich. 

Cheshire, Fitcliburg, Mass., to Beliows 
Falls, Vt. — Pres. 
Winchendon, Mass.; 
ett, Boston; Clerk, 
Keene, X. H.; Supt. 
N.H. 

Concord, Manchester, 6c Lawrence 
Railroad, Nashua, N.1L, to Concord, N. 
H., and from Lawrence, Mass., to Man- 
chester, NIL, w itii branch from Man- 
chester to North Weare. — Pi'es. Josish 
Mitiot, of Concord, and N. G. Upham. : 
M.& L.Road; Supt. James R. Kendriek ; 
Treas. Nathan Parker, of Concord ;> . i, 
E. W. Harrington, of M. & L. Road; 
Clerk, Samuel N.Bell. Offices at Con- 
cord, N.H. 



E. M unlock. Jr.. 
Treas. F. W. Ever- 
J. Henry Elliott, 

R. Stewart. Keece. 



Concord 6i Clareinont, Concord, X.H., 

to Bradford, N.H,- Chairman of Trus- 
tees, Onslow Steams; Supt. George K. 
Todd; Treas George A. Kettcll. 
Concord &, Portsmouth. Concord, N". 

II , to Portsmouth, N.1L, v.. mill *.—Pres. 
Stephen Kendriek; Supt. James R. Ken 
Irick; Treas. Moody Currier; I ■ 
William II. liackett.' Offices at Con- 
cord, N.H. 

Connecticut River Railroad, Spring- 
field, Mass., to South Vernon, Vt.—Pres. 
Daniel L. Harris, Sprit gfield; Supt.. Wil- 
liam B. Brinsmade, S : . i i : . -_r 1 1 • • ! 1 ; I,. -..-. 
Sefh Hunt, Northampton; Clerk, George 
E. Frink. Springfield. 

Connecticut 6c Passumpsic Rivers 
Railroad, White River Junction to Der- 
by (Canada Line).- Pres. Henry Keyes, 
Newbury, Vt. : Supt. A. 11. Ferry," St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. ; Treas. N. P. Loveriug, 
jr., St. Johnsbury, Vt.; Clerk, E. Cleve- 
land, Coventry, Vt. 

Danbury 6c ' Norwalk, Danbury to 
South Norwalk, Conn. — Pres. Edwin 
Lockwood, Norwalk: Supt. John W. Ba- 
con, Danbury, Conn.; 7V< as. awl Clerk, 
Harvey Williams, Danbury, Conn. 

Dover 6c Winnipissiojfee, Dover? X. 
H., to Alton Bay, N.H.— Supt. William 
Merritt, Boston. 

Eastern, Boston to Portland, Me. — Pres. 
George M. Browne, Boston; Supt. Jere- 
miah Rreseott. Boston; Treas. and Clerk, 
John B. Barker, Salem. 

Fitcliburg, Boston to Fitchburg.— Pres. 
W. B. Steams, Boston; Supt. Char:.'- L. 
Hevwood, Boston; Treas. M. D. Benson, 
Boston. 

Fitchlmrg 6c Worcester Railroad, 
Sterling junction to Fitcliburg, Mass. — 
Pres. Nathaniel Wood. Fitchburg; S . t. 
H. A. Blood, Fitcliburg; Treas. II. F. 
Cocro^hali, Fitchburg. 

Hartford, Providence, andFishkill, 
Providence, R.L, to Hartford ami \\ ater- 
bnry, Conn. — Suj)t. Samuel Nott, Hart- 
ford, Conn.. 

Hartford 6c Xew Haven. New [Taven 
to Springfield. — Pres. Charles F. Pond; 
llce-Pres. Win. P. Burrall; Supt. F. M. 
Reed; Treas. Charles M. Fond; Sec. S. 
P. Conner. 

Honsatoftic, Bridgeport, Conn., to Pitts- 
field, Mass., with" branch from Van Du- 
senville, Mass., to State Line. — Pres. I. 
Z. Goodrich: Supt. I. II. Strong; Trtas. 
and Sec. E. K. Averill. 

Hudson &. Boston R. R. Co., Hudson, 
N.Y., to Chatham Four Corners, N.Y. — 
Pres. ( ) eorge H. Power, Hudson, N.Y. ; 
Supt. C. 0. Russell, Springfield, Mass.; 
Treas. Charles <>. Stevens, Boston; 
Clerk, C. S. Champlin. 

Lexington 6c West Cambridge, Lex- 
ington to Boston. — Pres. and Supt. R. 
IC Blinn ; Tr, as. and ( 7i rk, Geo. < >. 1 >avis. 

Lowell 6c Lawrence.— Supt. Jolin B. 
Winslow, Boston. 

Maine Central. Portland, Me., to Ban- 
xor, Me.— Pres. A. P. Morrill, Rcadville, 
Me.; Supt. Edwin Noves, Waterville, 
Me.; Treas. Joshua Nye', Waterville, Me. 

Middlehoroutjh 6c Taunton, L'aun- 
tut to Middleborough. — Pres. I. B. To- 
bey, Wareham; Supt. A. E. Swaser, 
Taunton, Ma«s. ; Treas. ift'Urk, E. Pick- 
ering, Boston. * 

Nau^atuck, Bridgeport, Conn.', to "\Viu- 
sted, Conn. — Pres. William D. Bishop; 



580 



MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Svpt. Charles Wnterburv; Treat. Horace • 
Nichols; Clerk, James Potter. 
New Bedford te Taunton, New Bed- 
Bedford to Taunton. — Pres. Joseph 
Grennell; Supt. Warren Ladd; Treas. 
Lawrence Grennell. 
Nfwbiuyport. South Reading Junction 
to Newburyport.— Supt. William Merritt, | 
Boston. 
Netv Haven, Hartford, &, Spring- 
field, Springfield, Mass., to New Haven, 
Conn.— Supt. E. M. Reed, Hartford, Conn. 
KevvUaveu& Northnmpton, Now Ha- 
ven, Conn., to Williamsburg, Mass., 
with branch from Farmington to Collins- 
ville and TariiYville.-— Pres. -Joseph E. I 
Sheffield, New Haven, Conn.; Supt.l 
•Charles N. Veamans, Westfield, Ma>s. ; : 
Treas. Joseph E. Sheffield; Clerk, Ed- i 
ward A. Ray, Westfield. 
New London Northern, New London, 
Conn., t-> Grout's Corner, Mass.— Pres; i 
A. N. Ramsdell, New London; Supt. G. ; 
\V. Bentlev, New London; Treas. Rob- ! 
ert Coif, jr., New London; Clerk, John I 
H. Heath, New London. 
Now York, Providence. <fc Boston, 
Providence, R.I., to New London, Conn, j 
— Pres. James I. Day, Stonington, Conn. ; ; 
Supt. A. S. Mathews, Stonington, Conn.; j 
Treas. Ira H. Palmer, Stonington, Conn.; | 
Sec. F. B. Noyes, Stonington, Conn. 
New York &- Boston Express Line, 
composed of Boston & Worcester, West- , 
em, New Haven, Hartford, & Spring-: 
field, and New York & New Haven Rail- ] 
road<. 
New York <fc Sew Haven. — Supt. I 

Jtimes H. Hoyt, New York. 
Norfolk Comity, Blackstone to Dedham, 
Ma>*. — Operated by Trustees. Hon., 
Isaac Davis, Worcester, Chairman ; Supt.l 
H. A. Stone, office Blackstone, Mass. ; \ 
Treas. I. W. Converse, office 110 Pearl 
St.. Boston; Cltrk, II. A.Stone. 
Northern Railroad, Concord, N. H., to 
White River Junction, Vt. — Pres. On-; 
plow Stearns; Supt. George E. Todd; i 
t Treat. George A. Kettell; Clerk, Wil- 
liam L. Foster. 
Norwich. <sc "Worcester, Worcester to 
Norwich. — Pres. Augustus Brewster: 
Supt. P. St. M. Andrews; Treas. George 
L. Perkins; Cltrk, Edward T. Clapp. 
Old Colony &, Newport, Boston, .Mass., 
to Newport, R. I. — Pres. Alexander 
Holme*, Boston; Svpt. W. II. Bullock,! 
Boston; Treas. J. M. Washburn, Boston; 
Cltrk, Josephs. Real, Boston. 
Ogdensburg . &, Lake Chainplain 
Railroad. — <><jdensburg to Rouse's 
point, S.Y.— Pi-m. John C. Pratt, Bos- 
ton, Mass.; Supt. Harvev Rice, Malone, j 
N.V.; Treas. Heurv A. Church, Boston, 
Mas*.; VUrk and Cashier, S. C. F. 
Thorndike, Malone, N.V. 
Plttsneld <k North Adams. — Agent 

William Burton, North Adam*. 

.Portland, Sato, <v Portsmouth, 

Portland, Me. w to Portsmouth, N.H.— 

Pres. Ichabod Goodwin, Portsmouth, 

N.IL; Supt. Francis Chase, Portland, 

Me.; Trtus. Eliphalet Nott, Portland, Me- 

"Portland *v Oxford Central. — t<iipt. 

1). A. Van Valkenburgh, Bueklield, Me. 

Portland «&, Ktuiirhcc, Portland to 

Sko.wbegan, with Branch to Bath. — 

Pre*. R. 1>. Rice; Supt, Walter Hatch; 

Tre is. J. S. Cushing. 

.Portsmouth.. Great F«tlli*, «!t Con- 

wav, ,R.R. Brocks, Crossing to Union, 

, XM.—Pra. G. M. Browne; Supt. A. A. 



Perkins; Trent. John B. Parker; Cltrk 
W.H. Hnckett. 
Providence, Warren, A: iti i.toi, ProT- 

ce, R.I., to Bristol, U.I.— Pres. C. T. 
Child; Supt. L M. E. Stone; Treat. L. 
M. E. Stone: Clerk, L. M. E. Stone. 
Providence &, Worcester, Providence 

to Worcester. — Pres. hail p. Mason; 
Supt. William 1). Hilton: Treat. John 
R. Balch; Clerk, John It. Balch. 

Rensselaer «&, Saratoga, who oper- 
ate the Albany Northern, Saratoga & 
Schenectady, Saratoga & Whitehall, 
Trov, Salem, & Rutland (late Rutland 
&: Washington), from Albany, Troy, ».v 
fcchcnectad.v to Rutland; and from Rut- 
land 10 Eag'e Bridge. — Pres. George II. 
Cramer, 1 rov, N.V. ; Supt. Isaac V. Ba- 
ker, Troy, N.V.; Treat, and Clerk; H. C. 
Lockwood, Troy, N.Y. 

Rockville Railroad. Rockville to Ver- 
non. — Pres. George Talcott; Supt. A. II. 
Putnam; 'Treas. A. Park Hammond; 
Clerk, J. C. Hammond, jr. 

Rntland <fc Burlington, Burlington to 
Bellows Palis. — Trustees and*Mortgayt- 
bond Holders, E. A. Birchard, John 'p.. 
Page; Supt. George A. Merrill; Treas. 
J. M. Haven. 

Salem &, Lowell. — Supt. John B. Wins- 
low. Boston. 

Shore Line Railway, New Haven to 

New London.— Pres. ; Supt. 

. ; Treas. Wm. T. Bartlett, New 

Haven, Conn.; Clerk; J. G. Johnson, 
New Haven, Conn. 

South Shor**," Boston to Cohasset, Mass. 
— Pres. T. Henry Perkins, Boston; Supt. 
George Beal, jr., Cohasset. 

Stonington & Provldence,Providence. 
R.I., to New London, Conn- — Supt. A. S, 
Mathews, Stonington, Conn. 

Sullivan. Bellows Falls, Vt., to Windsor, 
Vt. 

Taunton Branch, Taunton .o Mansfield, 
connecting with the Boston and Provi- 
dence, R.L — Pres. W. A. Crocker, New 
York': Supt. A. E. Swasey, Taunton; 
Treas. Edward Pickering; Clerk, Edw. 
Picketing. 

Troy Sc Boston, and "Western Ver- 
mont, Rutland, Vt., to Troy, N.Y. — 
Supts. C. VV. Moselcv, Supt. Trov & 
Bo: ton R. R., V. C. White, Supt. West- 
ern Vermont R. R. 

Vermont Central and Vermont <fc 
Canada, Windsor, Vt., to St. . Johns C. 
E., and Rouse's Point, N.Y. — Man u ' uj 
Trustee, I. Gregory- Smith, St. Albans, 
Vt.; Gen. Supt. G*. Merrill, St. Albans, 
Vt.; Treas. Samuel Williams, Sr. Al- 
bans, Vt.; Clerk, W. A. Smith, St. Al- 
bans, Vt. 

Vermont Valley, Bellows Falls to Brat- 
tleborough. — Lessees, E. A. Birchard and 
John B. Page; Supt. George A. Merrill; 
Treas. J. M. Haven. 

Vermont <fc Massachusetts Railroad, 
Fitehbnrg, Mass.. to Greenfield, Ma.**.. 
and Brattleborongh, Yt.—Pres. Dai ■■ 
S. Richardson, Lowell, Mass.; 
Otis T. Rugbies, Fitchburg, Ma-.*.; 
Treas. Franklin N. Poor, Boston. Ma-*s.; 
Clerk of Corporation, Benj. i>. Locke, 
Boston, Mass. 
Western, Worcester, Mass., to Albany, 
S.\.—J'r,s. C. W. Chapin, Sprii 
Supt. Charles (). Russell, Sprin ii« -• 
Treas. Charles 0. Stevens, Boston. 
Worcester «fc Nashua, \> oreester. 5fft»9.i 
to Nashua. N.H.— Supt. C. S. luruer, 
Worcester. 



RAILROADS. 



581 



BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD 



Opened for 

travel to 

Andover, 1S3G 



,.f Mini Mm n 1 w-kii., 

^l^,> :/I^X_U.~ - g „:, - S- Berwick, M< 



1843. 



OFFICERS. ' 

FRANCIS COGSWELL, President. 

[Office at Passenger Station.] 

AMOS BLANCHARD, JR., Treaa. WM. MERRITT, Supt. 

[Office at Passenger Station.] [Office at Passenger Static n j 

JOHN B. GILLETT, Gen. Freight Ag't. JOHN S. EATON, Gen. Ticket Ag't. 

[Office Causeway Street.] 

DIRECTORS. 

NATHANIEL WHITE, (Lawrence.) JOHN E. BICKFORD, (Dover."") 
E. J. M. HALE, (Haverhill.) AMOS PAUL, (So. Newmarket.) 

PETER T. HOMER, (Boston.) FRANCIS COGSWELL, (Andover.) 

GEO. C. LORD; (Boston.) 



From Bostox to 
Somerville 


BOSTO 

Miles. 

2 . . . 

II'.". 3 ... 


N AND MAINE RA 

Regular. 3 Mns. l< 

... SO.Oti 810. 0" 

... .12 13 50 

.15 14.00 

.15 14.00 

.20 16.00 

.20 17. f0: 

.25 IS. On 

.30 18.00 

... .35 20.00 

.40 22.(0: 

.50 25.00 

.a .00 23.00 

.75 30.00 

.80 £1.00 f 

.90 ... 34.50 

... 1.00 34.50 

... 1.15 38.00! 

... 1.30 39.00 

... 1.35 39.50 

... 1.45 41.50 

... 1.60 43. '0 

... 1.75 45.00 

.. . 1.90 45.5" 

... 1.90 45.50 

... 2.00 40.50 

... 2.15 47.50 

... 2.25 48.00 

... 2.30 48. (K) 

... 2.40 49.00 

... 2.45 49.00 

.. . 2.45 49.00 

... 2.50 49.00 

unate on the list day of Fehruurj 


LLROAD. 

ROM Boston to 
Lynntield Centre.. 
AV. Danvers .Junct. 
Danvers Centre — 

North Danvers 

Futnamville 

Topsfield 


Regular. 3 M<«. 
.. $.45 .. - 


Medford 


5 ... 


.. .Co., 






;,; 






7o 




8 . .. 


.30.. 




...... 10 


.90 .. • • ' ■ 


Wreenwoud 

South Heading 

Reading 

Wilmington 


. . ,. . 9 . . . 

10 . . 

12 .. 

16 . . . 

is 


Georgetown 

Groveland, 

By Held .. 

Newburyport. ...".. 

Package 

B<»i 
Somerville, 
Medford, 
Maiden, 
Melrose, 

Stuliell til., 

Ston*ham Cent 

Greenwood 

South Heading 

Heading, 

Wilmington, 

Ballardvale, 

Andover. 

Lawrence, 

Haverhill, 

Dover, 

Danvers, 

Newburyport 

Salem 

, May, August, and Jfoi 


.'. rl.05 . ■ -■'" 

1 .' '» .. - • 
.. l.-o . 4: " • 


Ballardvale 

Andover 

Lawrence 

North Andover 

Haverhill 


21 ... 

23 . . 

26 . . 

28 
'.'.'..'.'. 33 II 


Ticket*. 

ON TO 

20 for $1.00. 
8 for l.»0. 

8 for 1."'. 
7 for 1 -.. 




33 .. 


7 for 1.-5. 




41 .. 


re, 5 for '■' '. 


East Kingston 

Exeter 


45 .. 

50 . . 

54 . . 


9 for - 
6 for 2..... 
10 for 3.V5. 


S. X. Junction 

Newmarket 


55 . . 

57 . . 


5 for 2.-'». 

5 for :*.. •". 
5 for .:■. 


Madbury 

Dover 

Rollin-ford 


64 .. 

68 . . 

70 .. 


5 tor 4 :. ... 
5 for 5 ... 
5 for 10.V1. 

5 Inr : »• . 


S. B. Junction 

Great Falls 

All Quart* 


74 .. 

74 ;. 

rly Ticket* ten 


r. r«»r 5.: ■■ 

5 1 jv 2.1J. 
ember. 


Train? run to and from 
«?* Ticket* for Si. Season 
for summer residences. 


MEDFORD BRANCH RAILROAD. 
Medford, a distance of five miles, ei^ht times a day each way. Fan- 15 rent- 
tickets, S50 a year. Time, 15 minutes. This is a beautiful village, and ad«-sh i 

■ 



ADVANTAGES OF A RESIDENCE ON THIS ROUTE. 



ithin the 



i the -\-> ''' 



v ■ . 



Pomerville, Medford, Maiden, Melro.-e, South Reading, and [leading, town* 
a* the longer trains. po^e«H m*iiw advantages lor country re.-dd.MH-e>, either through the warm i*»>on or th« 
year, not exceeded bv those of *n\ other towns in the vicinity of Boston. I'he cheapen* ol the fare th* nui 
traits, both early and late, in conuecrion with the couveiiteut d.-pot at llosti n. render this rad < a I a deMr 
of intercourse between the. citv an I couutry. That the advantau-e* of these plae. s «re appreciated, 1* evident tn in the 
Increasing demand for resid. uces on this route, the demaud foe hou«e«loo.H, aud the steady rise in the value ol the 
land. 



582 



RAILROADS. 



BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAILROAD. 

Incorporated 1830. Opened for Travel, 1835. 



Passenger and Freight Stations, on Pleasant Street, opposite Eliot Street, 

FOOT OF BOSTON COMMON. 



OFFICERS. 
CHARLES II. WARREN, President [Office, Passenger Station]. 
D. NASON, Sup't [Office. Passenger Station], A. A. FOLSOM, Aast. Supt. 

DAVID T^LER, Treas'r [Office, Passenger Station]. W. WARREN, JR., Clerk. 



DIRECTORS. 

i CflARLES H. WARREN. SAMUEL T.DANA. J.HUNTINGTON WOLCOTT. 

THOMAS P. I. GODDARD. JOHN H. CLIFFORD. GEORGE W. HALLETT. 
CHRISTOPHER C. CHAD WICK. 



SIIORU LINE ROUTE TO NEW YORK. 

THROUGH EXPRESS AND MAIL TRAINS. 

Leave Boston at 11.10 A. 31. , arriving at Twenty -Seventh Street, Stir 
\ York, at 7.30, P. M. 

Mail Train leave Boston at 8.30 P. M., and on Sundays at 6.30 P. M. 



STONINGTON STEAMBOAT LINE. 

Leave Boston at 5.30 P. 31., arriving in Neio York in season to connect 
with earhi trains South and West. 



Ro»'oQ.. . 
■Wintry, 



Mil 



lnMil 



n 1 1 1 , 



h. 

J«i ■ 
Y\ n * 

Jtenerrvv... 
.M..i.. ,'arfc, 
kaulrilie, • 
■(ten Lod>}« 
Ejjriiton, . 
Niumi, • ■ 
ro*b.>ro\ ■• 
M »n-r: ■•:!... 
W.-r M l(l .fl, 

y 
^••L-vi:'.- • 

K.i.lu: -. x 

Pfcwtucket, 

l'r.,vi l,... ; .- e . 



11 

Hebron, 



3 
31 
4 
6i 

iP 

14 

a* 

2S 
31 

32 J 
83 J 
oJ 
44 



Fares. 

SO 10. 
10. 

10. 
12. 
20. 
20. 
25. 
3-5. 
45. 



Skason Tickets, 
For 3 nios. onN 



DEDHAM BRANCH. 



... .«7 00 

... 9 00 

... 9 00 

... 10 00 

... 12 00 

... 12 00 

... 14H0 

... 19 00 

... 19 00 

55 2300 

.65 28 00 

75 28 00 

80 35 00 

1 00 40 00 

1 00 42 00 

105 '. 42 00 

125 47 00 

135 47 00 



South Street,- • • 


• 5 \ .... 


15. . . . 


12 00 


Central, 


6 4 i .... 


IS... 


.. 1300 


Highland. 


7 


20. . . 


.. 14 1 ' 


West Hoxburv,- 


. 71 


20... 


.. 1400 


Dedham, 


9) •••• 


25. . 


.. 1000 



ST0UGHT0N BRANCH. 



South Canton. . 
Spring Dale, . . ■ 

Bird's. •.... 

Stou'jhtou, 



15 
153 

17 
18 






Season Tickets are sold subject to the following RULES AST> COXBITIOXS, which 
/«)/•>»* a part of the Contract of Sale. 

"■ -'v Tu-kets will not be issued for a lesfterm than three nnnths. . . . 

""*■»•»* Tick kts may commence on first duv vf unv month, but they nm*t expire on the last day of March, June. sept< n 
■» *>' • I t. ' ' 

Vm nr«xitox ofoneortwo months will be allowed onlv to persons wlio intend to discontinue at the expiration i fthat '■■ 

l>l .tanre nottninsferahle. 
1 • '■ ■■' ;. i.-i'i.' ,,v,t the K<>atl « ithout 1 Ticket, ore liable tn a penalty : they al-m forfeit their claim to a Season I leket. 
wl S iM.n TiekeN rnu-i present • - :.■■'>•:- tor inspection, when so required by the Conductors, ; 
' •" . WHl'Ml Will. NO V UK KHt t'NI>KI). 

fw-ii* uinliT 17 venrsnf i ••• and ouiiiU who are devoting their whole time to the acquisition of u «. o.vv. » v m n 

' ■ t4»t'iiAur pit c'-'n 
• "»'o will be made tor Uisu.se of Cars from any personal cans-, or f"r discontinuance of trains, or change in 

• 1 ieVeta art- sold with u distinct understanding that they are not to he used in the transaction of Express Uu 
inner. 
I " " '■ ' ''heU are subject to the general regulations of the road, and do not entitle the holder to carry with him anjtn 

r «ti in i» not bound to advise Season" Ticket holders of the expiration of their Tickets. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Paire, I Page. 

Ahorn, hatter, Boston, * . inside back coyer Barnard Brothers, Boston, insurance 

Adams Asa B., Worcester, printer . . . OSS agents 577 

Adam* Charlotte M. Mrs. Boston, corsets ; Barnes E.'&.T. C., Plymouth, manufuc- 

and ladies' furnishing goods . . . . 779 turers of plaster . . . . • 7.0 

Adams J. French, East Cambridge, stair- ; name* F. G. & Co. real estate brokers ikJ 

builder ■ .... 743 j Barnes Wm. H., Boston, die-sinker, Bten- 

Adams Joseph II., Boston, patents(solici- cil cutter and seal engraver .... 7'.'f 

torof) 60S Barrett's Dve House, dvers 642 

Adams Robert, Fall River, books and Barrlett & Heywood, 3iUford, hardware 675 

stationery 76G Bassett & Billings, Boston, blacking and 

Aldrich C. B., Blackstone, doors, sashes, varnish 620 

blinds &c., also contractor and Batcheider Edward S. Boston, card man- 
builder 073 ufacturer and printer 635 

Allen Ethan & Co. Worcester, guns, ri- ' Kates Caleb, Kingston, bolt manufac- 

tles, and pistols 752 turer, water wheels, &c, 707 

Allen 31. D., Fitch-burg, wood-turner . . 701 Bates D. C. & Co.Boston, cutlery . . . 004 
Allen 8amuel H., Boston, coppersmith ' Bath Iron Mining and 3Iauufucturing 

and plumber 602, Co. Boston, emery 632 

Allen &Twing, Springfield, card and job Battis & Brown, Salem, cigar maniif. . 741 

printers . . . . ^ '..... 098 I Kay State Paper-Box Factory, Boston, 

American Awl and Needle Works, Lynn. paper boxes ' 623 

McKay machine needles, awls, "&c, 721 i Beach Allen, Boston, gaspipe litter, 
American Bank Note Co. Boston, bank Brown's patent pipe-tongs 097 

note engravers and printers. . . . -601 Belcher Daniel, Easron, iron founder. 667j 
American Button Manufhig. Co. Boston, j Bell dames u. JJoston, notary public and 

buttons " 767 1 commissioner 020 

American Shoe Die Co. Boston, shoe j Bent, Griffith. A: Co. Boston, parlor- 
dies 709 ! grates, soapstone stoves, &c <*• ■ > 

American Tool and .Machine Co. Boston, | Berkshire Life Insurance Co., Boston . 577 

engineers and machinists G21 1 Bigelow A. E. it Sou, Fall lliver, bar- 
American Water Wheel Co. Boston, War- nesses, harness twine. &c. . . . 655 

ren's turbine water wheel, mill work, i Bill A. D., Boston, commercial college, 

&c, 633 ' an d teacher private school .... 043 

Ames Manufacturing Co. Chicopee, ma- ! Billings Sauford Waters, Sharon, acad- 

chinery, and machinists' tools . . . 009 1 emy 072 

Amoskeag 3Eanuf. Co. Manchester, X.H. Bird & Co. Boston, machinists, steam- 
steam fire engines-, steam-boilers and engines, &c, r,:: > 

engines . . 798 i Bixby S. C, Boston, Richardson's ale . 033 

Anderson John 3L, Salem, glue manufac- ' Blake Zebina, Weir Village, Taunton, 

turer ". 722 i lumber (hardwood) 002 

Anderson & Reynolds, Salem, children's Blake & Xoyes, Newburyport, house, 

compo. shoes 722 ' ship and sign painters 7"S 

Andrews & Co. Boston, (md/e. brokers) (j;;o | Blauchard Charles, Haverhill, edge var- 
Augell & Jennison, Boston, commisiou- uish [ 4 

ers for all the States and Territories j Bianchard Wm. II. & Co. Worcester, 
Armsbyfc Morse, 3Iillburv, doors, sashes, ! hoop-skirt materials 6 s * 1 

and blinds " ti7S 1 Blethen True C,., Lynn, granite worker 722 

Ashcroft E. II. , Boston, low-water detec- I Bliss A. L., Taunton, confectionery . . . 053 

tors, steam and water gauges, &c, . 604 Bliss J. K., Springtield, model and pat- 

Aspiuwall William, Boston, hiwver , . 0.J.1 1 tern maker 60S 

Atlantic Works, Boston, steam boilers, Bodwell Wm. & Co. Boston, linen collars 

engines, oil stills and tanks .... sou j and cults 

Ayer Brothers, Haverhill, wool hats . . 7.J0 ! Bond Benjamin 31., Boston, blacking . . 0-0 
Avers Edward, Boston, coppersmith . . 020 Bonne v L'elham. Boston, insurance 
Babbitt Wiliard N., Last Sattgus, Bab- broker '••* 

bitt's hair dve 722 Boos T., Boston, mouldings "22 

Babrock dames F., Boston, chemist. . 60s I Boston and 3Jaine Railroad ...... 5M 

Bachelder A.. Lowell, bung and plug Boston and Providence Railroad . . . . •>.*- 

manufactory 7:"> j Boston Belting Co. Boston, machine 

Bacon John IL. Winchester jifid Boston, belting, steam packing and engine 

felting, cotton and wool wadding | hose 2d front colored 

man ufacturer 702 Boston CluiirCo. Boston, cane seat e.unr* ..J 

Baed.-r & Adamson, Boston, glue manuf. 0:U Boston Corset Skirt Co. hoop-skirts aid 

BailevAma-a W., Boston, billiard tables 707 I corsets trout colored 

Baile'v Job F., Boston, doors, j<a*lies, and Boston Forge Co. Boston, forgtngs, an- _ 

bUuds 023 chora, &c • ■ • ; ' 

Bailey & Eaton, Bostou", oil (lubricating) Boston Rooting Co. Boston, I.aik-> s _ 

paratlii-.e wax, and candles 623 composition rooting . • • • - 

Baird.f, Bo<t«ui,pap«-r-box manuf. . . 767 ! Bontell Louis, New Bedford, hotel . . . RnU 
Baker B. »! , faunton. sailmaker . . . 602 Bowden fhoiuas R., Lynn, tai <>r . . . .2J 
Baker Chas. H., it Co. Boston, paper- I Bowdlear S. G. •& Co. Bostun, Hour and 

Imngiugs 771 grain .- -. "" 

Baldwin .Fames & Co. Manchester, X. II. Boyce Brothers, Boston, turmtnre, up- 

bobbins, shuttles and spools .... 709 I holster) goods. &c . ■ <•" 

Bangs C. \Y, & H". V, Roxburv, soaps, : Bovle .James (). A < ".. Boston, coinnus- 
eurrier-' whitenings, >vc . ..... 749 I sion nierchauts, forwarding agents, 

Barber, Bark.-r, >v(',,. 1 ir.uige. engineers, &c, '•••-.••. [I 

machinists, millwrights, &c .... 713 Bracket* J. W., Boston, pianotortea . . .33 



584 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Page. I I- ^., 

Bradford J. C, Xew Hod ford, steam en- > Cheney .lame.-! \V. Kewburyp >rt, cabinet 

pines, shaftim? and- pulleys 701 org ms, teacher of music, and piano 

Bradford Joseph, Portland, tools (nuinf.) 7U7 tuner 

Bradley K. .V., Haverhill, paints, oils, Chkkering & Sous, Boston, piano forte 



and glass 7-A 

Brain. in. UOW, «V Co. Boston, gti • fittings, 

Bteam-hcatiug apparatus, .v-.,. . . 032 
Braiuaa. Shaw, & Co. Boston, imp. hair 

seating, and parlor suit manut'. • . 783 
Brandly \'. &Co. Is »stou, hairwork man- 
ufacturers 642 

Breed T. X., Lynn, grind stones, &c. . . 728 
Brewer Clark & S ins, Boston, cigars, 

snuff and tobacco • • • 031 

Brewster's Insurance Rooms, Boston . 577 
Brick A. H., Gardner, cn-ue and wood 

sear chairs 712 

Brings it. 8c Co. Millbury, cotton waste 005 
Brighnui H. II., South Abingtou, shoe- 
nails and tack manufacturer .... 057 
Brightman L. cc Sous, Fall River, oil and 

guano 0.31 

Brooks F. A., Springfield, mineral water, 

&C 008 

Brooke & Mecueu, Boston, boot and shoe 

findings, leather. &c COS 

Brown Amos, Charlestown, carpenter 

and builder, and patent prism lathe 701 
Brown Daniel & Son, Fall River, hour 

and grain, groceries , &c COS 

Brown D. C, Lowell, weavers' reeds, 

loom harnesses. Are 731 

Browu Wm. M., Worcester, machinist 01)0 
Brownell Ceo. L., Xew Bedford, carnage 

manufacturer 006 

Bruce Chas. H., Boston, window-shades 762 
Buck Brothers, Millbury, chisel manuf. . 077 
Buckley & Bancroft, Boston, furniture 770 
Buerk .J. E., Boston, portable watch- 
clocks . ,7 L J2, 79:1 

Bunker A. S , Lawrence, pumps. . . . 734 
Burgess Tuos F.&Co. Lowell, engineers 

and maihini-ts 727 

Burnham L. A. & Brother, Gloucester, 

fishing tackle 741 

Burr J. M. & Co. Auburndale, emery and 

crocus cloth sticks, xc. 707 

Bun ill John & Co. Newburyport, car- 
riage, furniture and sign painters . 740 
Burt I) A., Taunton, marble worker . 700 
Butterfield & Haven, Boston, boot and 
shoe machinery, wax thread sewing 

machines ..." 700 

Caledonia Brewery. Boston, brewers . . Oiu 
Cambridge Glass Work'*, East Cambridge 
Hint and opal glassware ....... 747 

Came .1. L\ & Co. Boston, billiard-table 

manufacturers 036 

Campbell B. F., Boston, heating appara- 



m units back colon 1! 

Chilson Gardner, B uro 1, Cnilso i's fur- 
uaees, ranges and stoves, inside front 

CO\ IT 

choli.u- John D.,\Vorcestcr, cabinet ma- 
ker, &c f>>7 

Cbubbuck s. k. & Sons, Boston, machin- 
ists, steam-engines, boilers, steam- 
heating apparatus, &c 012 

Clapp < :. M. & < o. Boston, rubber goods, 
belting, &c :.»i 

Clapp David & Son, Boston, publishers 
medicd and surgical journal, a,.d 
book and job printers, . - 011 

Clapp Geo. II., Hanover Four Corners, 
monuments and gravestones . . 704 

Clapp Otis, Boston, bookseller, and ho- 
moeopathic pharmacy 015 

Clapp & Cook, Xew Bedford, stable . . 051 

Clark A. X. & Co. Boston, leather belt- 
ing , hell-cord. &c, 621 

Clark Sam'l, Worcester, tinware manuf. O-o 

Cleland Win., Boston; broker( real estate) 71)5 

Cleveland & Davison, .North Leominster, 
chamber sets 70G 

Cleveland L. C. & Co. Worcester, wool- 
len machinery 085 

Cobb & Drew, Plymouth, manufacturers 
tacks, brads," nails, &c 710 

Coburn C. B. &. Co. Lowell, commission 
merchants 715 

Coburn, Lang, & Co. Boston, ale, porter, 
cider, an. 1 soda-water (manuf.) . . . 781 

Cochrane C. W. & Co. Boston, slate, tin, 

and compo. rooting . . 2d front colored 

Codding .James D. & Co. North Dighton, 

stoves, hollow ware, &c. . . . . . 071 

Codman & Shurtletf, Boston, surgical 
and dental instruments, trusses, &c. 017 

Cotfin T. T., Woburn, currier's tools and 

tables 700 

Coggesha.il & Co. N. Bedford, undertakers 060 

Colburn Isaac & Co. Boston, boot and 
shoe machinery, findings, &c. . . . 601 

Colcord E.W., Lawrence, leather belting 7 ■', ■', 

Cole H. G. <)., Xew Bedford, carriage 
manufacturer roi 

Coleman .Moses & Son, Boston, carriage 
depository, and harnesses 63'J 

Collins, Bliss, & Co. Boston, shipping 
and commissi >n produce merchants, 
and nonpareil French guano, back col'd 

Comins Ceo. 1'., Lowell, cottage bed- 
steads, spring-beds and cots .... 726 

Comstoek. Gove, & Co. Boston, ale, por- 
ter and cider, soda water ( manuf. j • 7 v - 

Connecticut .Mutual Life Ins. Co ... . 7'.'4 

Cook C. C, Boston, brackets, &c ... . . 022 

Cook ft Durfee, Fall Kiver, ice •- .' 

Cook. I. M.. Boston, stained and cut glass 7-" 
I Copp & Fear, Boston, upholstery goods, 



window shades, &c 
Coupe Win., South Attleboro', beltin; 
Cowilrey E. T. & Co. Boston, pickle:*, 

hermetically sealed preserves, .vc . 6!S 



Campbell, Whittier, k. Co Roxbury, 

•team engines, machinery. &c . . . 750 
Cape Ann Anchor Works, "Gloucester, 

anchors, Sec 743 

Carew Thomas A,, Cambtudge, marble- 
worker, and sculptor . 746 

Can William. Boston, painter (fresco) . 018 
Carlton Heurv K., Lvnn, staple and fan- 
cy dry good* ." . 723 

Carnes Ceo, W . Boston, boys clothing Crafts Albert F., Boston, provisions. . <> 

(whole-ale ami retail) ." 003 Crane M. E., ^alein, millinery 7'.' 

Carou A. R iyer„ Boston, French wines . 019 Creasey Jos. u., Newburyport, house, 
Carr, Brown, & Co. Newburyport, comb ship and sign painter ' J 

manufacturers ' 728 Crocker Brothers & Co. Taunton, copper 

Carr Frank B., Fall Kiver, jewelry, nianufs. yellow metal, &c ''■ 

watches and clocks ". 655 Crockett Bai'tlett D., Lawrence, bobbins 

Carruth DanielJ. & Co. Boston, ale, por- and spools 731 

ter, cider, an 1 tobacco 038 Cromptou (jeo., Worcester, Cromptou 

Carter L. F., I'ittsfield, commercial col- loom manuf. ... • 753 

lege 705 I Crosby .V Ains worth, Boston, p.iblish- 

Cartwright Ceo. B.. Boston. Venetian ers, booksellers and stationers, Buy- 

binds 004 son's metallic pens . . • 2d front c 

Chamberlain H. B. & W. ()., Boston, | Crosby & Morse, Boston, jeweln w 

philosophical instruments 623 1 es, and plan: and silversmiths ... 

Chupin Ceorge 11. & Co. Boston, farm Crowley ,1. Boston, brass-founder. • • • 

agents, and real-estate agents . . . 005 j Cunningham T. Charlestown, irons! 
Chapiu .lason, Worcester, brass-founder Oji er build- r. boiler maker, &c. back • 

Chase Benj. A., North Dightou Hint Fall , Currier Alberi I... Newburyport, bra- 

Rivir, cotton thread aad twine man- j founder and machinst 

1, l'atuxet Do. •-> 



Mi 



utacturer, yarns,&c. 



. . . 058 Cushmau Josiah, Kii 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



585 



Page. 
Cutler William, Salem, wallets, pocket 

books, &c :n 

Dal/ell David, South Kgremont, carriage 
and axle manufacturer 70. r > 

Davenport L. D, Itoxbury, manuf. of 
croquet equipments . . - > • I front colored 

Davenport ,v .Mason, Taunton, express . r, \: 

Davis Daniel C, Chelsea, granite, &c T4.; 

Davis T. >£., Cambridgeport, shaving and 
toilet soaps 704 

Davis & Farnum, Boston and Waltham, 
iron founders 014 

Day William F., Fitehburg, hotel. ... 717 

Delaporte & Co., Boston, French chairs, 775 

Denio, Roberts, & Co., Boston, safes, 
bank vaults. &c, inside back cover. 

Denison & Co. Boston, tags and labels, 
on back. 

Denison J. 11. & Co., New Bedford, flour 
and grain 000 

Denniston Edward E., Northampton, 
home for invalids 701 

Derby, Knowlton, & Co. Gardner, man- 
ufacturers of cane-seat chairs . . , 712 

Devereux A. F. & Co. Boston, fertili- 
zers and railroad supplies 024 

Dickennau I). S. & J. (>., Taunton, den- 
tists GG1 

Dighton Furnace Co. North Dighton, 
stoves and wrought-iron tubes . . . 070 

Dighton Tack Co. tacks, brads, and shoe 
nails 071 

Dillingham A Co. North Attleborough, 
coffin-trimmings 050 

Dobbins William & Co. Lowell, steam 
boilers, rotary bleachers, &c. . . . 724 

Dodge, (Jollier, & Perkins, Boston, pho- 

tograpers' materials . 005 

Dodge John W. & Sou, Salem, carriage 
makers 728 

Dodge L. C, Lowell, manufacturer of 
Union metal 710 

Dodge Thomas II., Worcester, lawyer, 088 

Dodge & Power, Boston, die shtkers 
and stencil cutters 700 

Donald W. C. & Co. Boston, printing 
inks 041 

Douglass Axe Manuf. Co. Boston, axes 
and edge tools 018 

Dow William H., Itoxbury, soap, can- 
dles, tallow, .See. . . . .' 77)0 

Drake Lincoln, Easton, iron founder . 0.37 

Drake O. I'. & Co. Boston, Drake's solar- 
gas machines 780 

Drew Win. R. Plymouth, rivets, stoves, 
&c '..... 710 

Ducheniin A- Grav, Boston, pattern and 
model makers .' 040 

Dunbar .8. <)., Taunton, drugs, medi- 
cines, dye-stuffs, &c 707) 

Dunham Thomas il. cotton, cotton bat- 
ting, &e 780 

Dwighr George, jr., & Co. Springfield 
and Boston, steam pumps, front col- 
ored, opp. title and 007 

Eag'le Hatchet Co. Holliston, ratchets . 070 

Earle T. K. & Co. Worcester, machine- 
card clothing 0-0 

Eaton Edwin A., Boston, insurance agt. 780 

Edinand< E. & Sons, Southbridge, spec- 
tacle manufactory 004 

Edsou William, Boston, .solicitor of pa- 
tents . . 042 

Edson & Wing, Bostouj commission 
merchants and hides and leather . . 020 

Engelhardt & Flick, Boston, paper box- 
es 028 

English B. C, Springfield, machinery, 
patent combined knife, tweezer aiul 
earspoon 000 

Essex Hat Manufacturing Co., Newbury- 
port, wool hats .' . 7:iS 

EurekaClothes Wringer, Boston, clothes 
wringers 042 

Everett .J. Mason, Boston, insurauce 
agent 77> 

Fairbanks Sc Beard, Boston, soda and 
mineral water nianu'fueturers . . . 636 

Farris Jeremiah, Plymouth, rivets, iron 
water wheels, &c . 711 



1'3^'C. 

Favor X. B. & Son, Lowell, black wal- 
nut, butternut, ami chestnut ve- 
- neered doors, Rashes and blinds . . 7:1-1 
Fulton Sc Waters, Boston, distillers and 

rectifiers tOli 

Fera George, Boston, confectioner . . .018 
Field A. & Sous, Taunton, nail-, tacks, 

an. I brads 663 

Fisher Henry II.. New Bedford, baker . 660 
Fisher Sidney & Co. Boston, travelling 

Flagg John D., Boston, printer, and 

printing inks 705 

Flanders 1. W., Salisbury Point, boat 

and dcry builder 735 

Florence Sewing Machine Co. Florence, 

sewing machines 702 

Follansbte .1. M , Worcester, wool and 

cotton dealer 000 

Folsom t Gilman, & Pope, Boston, paints, 

oils, and trlass, varnishes, &c., iourtn 
front colored. 

Folts G. W., Boston, JEtna sewing ma- 
chines 700 

Fontarive J. .7. Mrs. Boston, restau- 
rant 614 

Foster, Davis, & Co. Fitehburg, manu- 
facturers of patent pipe tongs, ham- 
mers, &c 710 

Foster George W., Boston, glass manu- 
facturers agent 78S 

Frost S. Oilman, Fitehburg, harnesses 
and buggies ' 706 

Fuller George W., Saxonville, subma- 
rine armor manuf. and diver . . . 745 

Fuller Seth W., Boston, bell hanger . . 041 

Fuller & Bigelow, Clinton, hoop skirt 

material manufacturer 67S 

Fulton Robert, .Mans eld, shoe knives 
and awls G50 

Gates Josiah, Lowell, leather belting, 
hose, &c 730 

Gaylord .Manufacturing Co. Chicopee, 
" manuf. of military accoutrements . 609 

Gerry George & Son, Athol Depot, dus- 
ters for cleaning waste, planing ma- 
chines, &c 714 

Gibbs It. S. & Co. Fall River, merchant 
tailors, gents.' furnishing goods, &c. 655 

Gidney Paul M., Boston, taxidermist . 700 

Gilford Oliver E., New Bedford, house, 
ship, and sign painter, ." 650 

Oilman Brothers, Nashua. N.H., cards 
and glazed paper manuf 707 

Gilson & Walker, Boston, last makers . 044 

Glazier, Marcan, & Co. Boston, hoop- 
skirt manufs., hosiery and gloves . 646 

Godfrey & Folsom, Milford, boot and 
shoe findings, tools, &c 074 

Gold & Spurr, Boston, enamelled watch- 
dial makers 034 

Goodhue William P.. Salem, ship chan- 
dlery, lime, cement, and plaster . . 740 

Goodnow N. B., Boston, broki r (real es- 
tate) and jiatent- .dealer in) .... 026 

Goodrich .lames & Co. Fitehburg, pa- _ 
tent saw bench, machinery, &c. . . 718 

Goodridge .1. L. & Son. Boston, oils . . 623 

Gould .Joseph D., Boston, mica or isin- 
glass . . :^o 

Grant John C, Salem, patterns, models, 
&c . .7*1 

Green J. St Vo. Spencer, and St. Louis, 
.Mo. boot manufs '"'01 

Green Rifle Works, Millbury & Worces- 
ter, machinists and edge tool manu- 
facturers "51 

Greenwood C. S. & Co. South Gardner, 
manufs.of cane and wood-seat chairs, 713 

Greenwood fhomas, South Gardner, 
manuf. of earn-back rocking chairs, 714 

Griffin James & Co.,Saleru, plastering 
hair,*, • • • • ">'; 

Grose JpKfcph R., Boston, paper boxes, i.2. 

Hale IL S. & Son. Lowell, insulated cop- 
per and iron wire, &C 720 

Hallett James H. .V Son, Boston, bed- 
ding and furniture Old 

Humbler* C. T., Boston, metals and 
plumbers' materials 796 



586 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Page, i Papc. 

Hamilton & Co. South Deerfield, pocket ' Howe k Stevens, Boston, dyes tuffs . . 040 
book makers 701 Hoxie r. W. & I o., Boston, cement, 

Hampden Card Co. Springfield, machine . | plaster, lire brick, Sec, back colored, 
card clothing 090 Hubbard & Sargent, Fltehburg, niauu- 

Hardy Machine Co. Biddeford, Me., liar- facturers of brass goods 716 

dy's card grinders 790 ! Hudson Thomas >., East Cambridge, 

Hardy William A, Eitchbure, brass i patent ribbon hund stamps, ink- 
founder, and Hardy's lining metal . 719 stands, &c 71- 

Harmon & Washburn, Taunton, (iort- Hunt, Lyon, & Co. Boston, leather belt- 
ton's Compound Balm of Gib-ad . . 601 iiig, engine hose, &c :-> 

Harris D. L. & ('-». Springfield, truss- : Hunt Boswell, Northampton, hotel . . Jul 
bridge and steam-power pumps . . 096 Hunt, Wain', & Flint, Orange, woollen- 

Hirris Win. A., Providence, U.I., ma- machinery manufacturers ... . 712 

chinery, steam boilers, aud Corliss' Huse Willi. uii II. Sc Co. Newburyport, 

" Newburvport Herald" .... 



steam engines 798 

Harvev Brothers, Haverhill, manuf. of 

boots and shoes 733 

Hatch & .Marriott, Lowell, harnesses, 

trunks, &c 7J.3 

Hathawuv Anthony, New Bedford, stone 

cutter 069 

Hathaway & Soule, New Bedford, boot 

manufacturers 600 

Hawes .*i: (Jersey, Boston, pumps and 

-team engines 029 

Hawthorne Sc Loudon, Bo-ton, plumbers, 

and plumbers' materials 040 

Heald S. &; Son, Barn-, iron founders 

and machinists 754 

Ilebard B. F. & Son, Boston, oils . . . 047 



port Herald 739 

Hussej It. C, Milford, manufacturer of 

cutting boards and machine bloeks, 075 
Hussey, Wells, & Co. Boston, iron aud 

steel and saw manufacturers . . . . 624 
James & Stetson, Boston, lumber . . . o;'j 
Jaques .Joim S. & ( o. Lowell, power- 

loom shuttles 725 

Jaquith A. li., Boston, small wares and 

toys 7>Z 

Jennings Harry, Boston, dogs 7oi> 

Jessop Win. & Sons, Boston and New- 
York, steel manuf., imp. Norway 
and Swedes L on, third front colored, 
Jewell A. L. & Co. Walthain, weather 
vanes 707 



Hedge Franklin, Boston, wood engraver 781 John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 
Henderson Bros. North Cambridge., car- Co. Boston, life insurance company 70s 

riage manufacturers ......... 745 j Johnson G. Brayton, Boston, patents 

Herrick \\\, Northampton, machinery, (dealer iu) 795 

aud portable circular sawmills . . . 703 i Johnson William, Haverhill, machinist, 
Heywood, Wheelock, & Co. Fltehburg, and sewing machine manuf 7-5 

iron founders, &c 710 Jones Henry & Co. Boston, lumber . . o:;s 

Hicks steam Engine Co. Salem, Hick's I Jones J. A., Cambridge, carriage man- 
steam engines 7,7io | ufacturer 745 

Higgins & Sibley, North Blandford, bas- I Jordan William E. Sc Co. Haverhill, in- 

ket makers " 704 ! ner and outer soles 7-14 

Hill Bros. & Co. Taunton, tiles 051 Josselyn Alonzo, Uoxbury, iron found- 
Hill & Hulett, Lee, job printers 7u4 i er " 751 

II ill man Joim J., Boston, silver-plater, 525 j Kelley * Edmands, Boston, toilet arti- 
Hills, Turner, & Harmon, Boston, glass cles, &c 77'.! 

importers of plate and window glass 023 | Kelley J. Wesley, Boston, physician . . 77-i 
Hiscox A. J., Worcester and Lowell, Kennedy & Ewart, Lynn, steam aud gas 

tile manufacturer 724 i titters 722 

Hitlinger Jacob, Boston, ice 620 Kent Cyrus F., Chicopee, druggist . . . 099 

Hoadley J. C. & Co. Lawrence, portable I Kilburn L. & Co. Orange, manufacturers 

steam engines 763 j of cane-seat chairs, chamber setts, 

Hodge Otis J., -North Adams, agent, &c 715 

founder aud machinist 704 I Kilburn, Lincoln, & Co. Fall River, ma- 
Hodges Samuel W., Boston, Barker sew- cliinists, iron and brass founders 

lug machines 7SG | Kimball, Lind-ay, & Co. Boston, worst- 056 

Hogan Joim J., Cambridgeport, walnut ed goods, buttons, small wares, ^vc. 

chamber furniture and centre tables 705 \ King S. A., Boston, aeronaut and pho- 775 
Hogan & Wetherbee, Boston, stair tographer 634 

builders 771 j Ivingsley Gardner P., Boston, broker 

Holland A. wood cut printing in oilcol- (real estate) 017 

Ors, opp. page 112 j Kinsley Iron & .Machine Co. Cantou, 

Holland G. A., Worcester, Holland's iron founders' machinery 049 

Sardinian Ointment 079 I Kitson Richard, Lowell, pickers for cot- 

Hollis C. & G., Boston, tin cans, wood- ton, wool, .See 729 

en ware, &c 630 : Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co. Bos- 

Holman Joim & Co. Boston, bedding, ton, life insurance 769 

curled hair, feat hers, &c '. 619 Knowles & Sibley, Warren, Knowles pa- 

Holmes Commercial College, Taunton, tent steam pump "'-''• 

penmanship and book-keeping . . . 653 j Kreis J. A., Fall River, physician . . . 655 
Holmes & Bhuiehard, Boston, mill- ! Lamb Horace, Northampton, iron and 

Wrights, aud millstones ...... 648 tinned wire 701 

Holmer. F. M. & Co. Baston, furniture E,amphier J. F., Lynn, lasts 721 

manufacturers 77s Lang Alexander, Bittsneld, steam boil- 

Holyoke Machine Co. Hohoke, machin- ers '•' '' 

i-t- arid iron founders 700 j Latham A. C. .Mrs. Boston, clairvoyant, 7'.'l 

Home Life Ins. Co., Boston, life insur- i Lawrence Daniel & .->oiis, Boston, dis- 

ance 7s0 i tillers 037 

Hooke Daniel, Haverhill, musical instru- : Lazell, Berkins, & Co. Bridgewater, ins- 

ments, sewing machines, &o . . . 735 chinery forgings, yellow metal and 
Hopedale Furnace Co. Hopedale, iron copper sheathing. &c • 

founders 67G Loathe & Gore, Portland, steam refined _ 

Houghton & Edsoa, Hudson, toy ntauu- soaps 7t'7 

tacturers '. x. 4 . . 667 j Leavitt Improved Lock Mitch Sewing 

Howe A. M., Worcester, cut! 

dies 

Howe .Machine Co., sewing machines, ery, engines, &c 

back colored, : Le Baron & Burrington, Mattapoisett, 
Howe 8s French, Boston', drugs, medi- braid, d rope head halters '• 

does, paints, oils, glass, &c. ■ f • • ''•"'-' Lee H. A., Worcester, moulding nia- 
Howe & Goodhue, Ldwell, card clothing, 720 I chines . . 



machine, Boston 

Leavitt I'hoinas Sc Co. Boston, machin 



. 6'. 



071 
649 

773 

720 

701 

010 

000 
017 

578 



INDEX TO ADV 



Page. ( 
L«-rd«, Robinson, <fc Co. Boston, com- 

minion merchants, iron and steel . 7>l i 
1 ooikii I L. M., Tauutou, stotes, ranges, | 

ke G54 

Leonard Samuel & Son, New Bedford, 

oil and candles 659 

Leonard Thomas, Wareham, marble 

worker aud monuments 07)7 1 

LIUev A- Co., Milford, sewing-machine 

needles 

Lincoln A. B.. Boston, sewing machines 
Lincoln L. & Co. North Dighton, yarns, 

warps, and paper manufacturers . . 
Lintield M. & Son, Stoughton, last 

manufacturers 

Llttlehale & Drake, Boston, otlice furni- 
ture 

Livingston William E., Lowell, coal, 

wood, &c 

Lloyd Sc Jenks, Cheshire, manufacturers 

of fellies and lumber 

Lockwood & Lumb, Boston, plumbers, 

and plumbers' materials 

Lombard X. A. it Co. Worcester, wool- 
len machinery 

Lombard & c<>. Boston, grindstones . . 
Lou.,'- E. J. & Co., Boston, ageut U. S. 

Life Ins. Co. 
Lord & Fuller, Salem, architects . . . 
Loring A. B. & S. II., Boston, copper- 

smiths and plumbers 

Loring Samuel, 1'lvmouth, tacks, rivets, 

&c ' • ... 

Lothrop Geo. B. & Co. Boston, lock 

and bar manufacturer ;-. 

Eovejoy Daniel, Lowell, paper-mill knife 

manufacturer 

Low D. \V"., Gloucester, ice crushers and 

bait nulls 

Lowe Press Co. Boston, printingpfesses. 
Luca* & Cook, Xew Bedford, paints, oils, 

glass and varnishes 

Lunt Paul G., Newburyport, cords and 

lines, and drum bandings 

Maccubbin Edwin, Boston, Venetian 

blinds 

Mace & Swain, Lynn, carpenters .... 
Stacy George W.J Nantucket, hardware, 

stoves, &c 

Manhattan Life Tns. Co., Boston 

Manhattan Rubber Co. Boston, India 

rubber good-, and steam packing . . 
Manstield Geo, A. & Co. Boston, boots, 

shoes, leather, boot and shoe tind- 

ing»s, &c 

Manstield G. H. & Co., Canton, cotton 

lacing manufacturers 

Mansfield I'. K., South Lancaster, twine 

and line manufacturers 

Hanson Sc Peterson, Boston, slap join- 
ers, sawing, planing, &c 

Marble Jerome & Co. Worcester, dye 

stalls, drugs, and paints, oils, &c . . 
Marjoram ,J. W. W., Boston, pulverized 

sugar 

Martin & Sweetland, Boston, boot and 

shoe findings 

Maichke Edwin J., Pittsfield, teacher of 

string and brass baud music 

Mason t»eo. II.. Boat., lanterns, tinware, 

Mason W. IL, Boston, organs 

Mason Win., Taunton, locomotives, cot- 
ton machinery, machinists, fools,&c. 
Masury A. C. & Co., Boston, oils .... 
Hawhinuey Samuel, Worcester, last 

imtuufuctucrer . .' 

May & Co., Boston, hardware, metals, 

railroad supplies, &c, inside back 



'25 



058 ; 
778 



019 1 
I 
072 

078 I 

019 j 

J 



014 

704 I 
o:;> i 
027 

I 

646 I 

80 



Maynard Jas. A., Boston, iron-founder, 
manufacturer iron ships, &0 

Maynard & N'oyes, Boston, ink, back col- 
ored . . .' 

McAvby Arthur, Boston, iron, steel, &e. 

McCabe John, Worcester, file and rasp 
mnnuf 

McXutt.l.J., Bo-ton, mauuf. of wood 
mouldings, sawing, jdaning, &c. . 

Mead & Addy, Boston, brass 'finishers 
and light machinery ; 



07 i 



ERTISEMENTS. 587 

Tagc. 

Meagher J. W., Boston, furniture and 
carving 797 

Meany Edward F., Boston, freestone 
worker and marble worker 609 

.Medina Frank J., Lynn, human hair, 
hair-work, hair-dye, ttc "23, 

Medway Machine Co. Medway, machin- 
ists " 605 

Merchant R. V., Last Weymouth, iner 

chant tailor 057 

-Merchant s. jr., Gloucester, blocks and 

<>ars 742 

Merriam G. & ('., Springfield, publishers 
of Webster's Dictionary, back col'd 

Merriam & Co. Boston, seal engravers, 
stencil, tools, &c 623 

Merriam it Norton. Leavitt sewing ma- 
chine, leather shoe bindings, &e. . . 610 

Merrill Arthur, Boston, insurance ngent ;~>77 

Merrill Brothers, Boston, paints, oils, &c. 769 

Merritt X. T. Boston, insurance agent . 760 

Metealf M. J. & Son, Boston, stencil 
plates, and stencil tools 045 

Metealf Theodore & Co. Boston, apoth- 
ecaries and druggists ........ 009 

Meyer Chas. E. & <'o. Boston, looking 

glasses, picture frames, &c 029 

Millay P. E.. Hudson, last maker . . . 678 

Millburv Machine Go. Mill bury, machin- 
ist's tools '....- 070 

Mills Win. Boston, plumber, and dealer 
in plumbing materials, back colored 

Mitchell D. L., Taunton, drugs patent 
medicines and homeopathic phar- 
macy 704 

jroore II. W., Salem, carriage painter . 74;; 

Morey & Smith, Boston, glass ware, and 
mauuf. britannia ware 620 

Morgan E. & Co. Springfield, envelopes. 0'. ; s 

Morrill G. H.& Co. Salisbury Point, car- 
riage manufactory . . 7-.4 

Morse Bros., Canton/stove polish. . . . 745 

Morse E. J. W. & Co. South Easton, 

cotton thread and twine manuf. . . . 672 

Morse Leopold & Co. Boston, clothing . 607 

Morton & Colcord, Boston, steam and 
gas pipe manuf.. . • 778 

Moulton John T. & Co. Lynn, morocco 

manufacturers . . . 721 

Mudge Alfred & Son, Boston, printers . 628 

Munson J. M. & Co. Greenfield, machin- 
ists, children's carriage hardware . . 702 

Murdock & Stephenson, Boston, insu- 
rance ;>77 

Murray. Oakes, & Co,, Boston, brass fin- 
ishers, and manuf. gas fixtures . . . 602 

Nash J. W. & Co. Low. II. stove-, &c. . 729 

Nashua Card and Glazed Paper Co., 
Nashua, N. II . • 797 

Xew Bedford I'aratnne and Lubricating 
Oil Co. New Bedford, oils and para- 
thne wax 659 

Newcomb W. L. & Co. Taunton, doors, 

sashes, blinds, and wood mouldings 661 

Newell Brothers, Springfield, covered 

and ivory buttons . 695 

Newell James S.. Boston, tube scrapers. 709 

New England Pelt Roofing Co., Bo-ton, 

Warren's Booting 771 

Xew England Mutual Marine Insurance 

Co.. Boston, insurance company . . 770 

Newton E. & C, Worcester, patent 
eave troughs, gutters. &c <' '! 

Newtoh James, Fall Uiver, card clothing «".„s 

New York Life Insurance Co 7fe6 

X. York Steam Engine Works, Worces- 
ter, machinists' tools 688 

Nichols F. W. Ik Co. Lynn. Howe sew- 
ing machines 725 

Nichols .James It. ,\: Co. Boston, manu- 
facturing chemists 602 

Nichols Samuel I ■'.. Boston, bookseller, 

publish » a,,d stationer fill 

Nixon I ' liiutou, house, sign, and 

ornamental painter 668 

N'olciui'C. A. Newburyport, druggist . . . vj 

North American Life Insurance Co. X. 

York • 548 

Norton T. % & Co. llolyoke, hammers, 
machinery, &c 700 



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Tagc. i 

Norwalk Iron Works, Springfield and Pratt Sumner, Worcester, machinery , 

Boston, steam pumps, front colored Prentiss G. W v tlolyoke, manufacturer 

and 697 \ of refilled iron wire 700 

Novelty Wood Works, Boston, bank fur- Presbrey Stove Lining Co. Taunton, fire- 

niture. planing, sawing, and turning, 777 | brick and stove liuiug manufuctun 
• Noyes James & Co. Haverhill, paints, Preston .lohn, Boston, chocolates, cocoa 

oils, glass, doors, sashes, blinds, &c. 735 butter, &c " 1 

Nutting J. I)., Cambrideport, hardware. 704 Putnam Benj. W., Boston, polishing 

Odessa .Skirt Company, Amherst, hoop b r ick and powder 7'o 

*ki rt-i, &e . . . .' 701 Putnam May nurd, Millbury, regulator 



Osborn [). Cambridge, kindling wood, 
and manuf. doors, sashes and blinds, 740 

Packard & [iurrill, East Cambridge, 

brush manuf. and rattan workers . . 740 

Park, Bro. & Co. Boston, cast and Ger- 
man steel 795 

Parker, Gannett, & Osgood, Boston, 
agricultural warehouse, aud seed 
store 000 



manufacturer 078 

Quinn Win. A. & Co. East Cambridge, 
Hint and opal glassware manufac- 
turer 747 

Quinsigamond Iron and Wire Works, 

Worcester, wire manufacturers . . 68© 
Ray Edwin. Boston, insurance agent . . 7j4 
Raymond Charles, Plymouth, coffin 
warerooms 70V 



Parker & Sleeper, Boston, mahogany. . 642 | Raymond F. <J. & Co. Boston, weather 

Park* Martin H. & Bros., Wiuchendon, strips 635 

manufacturers of bobbins, &c . . . 713 j Read, Stevenson, & Co. Boston, grind- 
Partheimuller F., Boston, fancy baskets stones 780 

and willow furniture 788 i Read William <fc Sons, Boston, guns, 

Partridge Allen &;Son, Medway, machin- gunpowder, &c 005 

Reade Lawrence, Milford, passenger 



ists • 673 

Patch C. & Co. Boston, sewing machines, 

and sewing machine needles .... 645 
Patt'ee A. F., Boston, physician .... 797 
Patterson & Lavender, Boston, show 

cases and desks. 6291 

Payne H. M., Newburyport, iron-foun- 
der, and cotton machinery 736 

Peabody B. I., Boston, carriage stock . 628 
Peabody, Goodhue, & Co. Lowell, ma- 
chine screws, finished bolts, &c. . . 729 
Pearson John, jr., Newburyport, baker 737 
Peirce John W., New Bedford, manut'. 

casks, tanks, &c 659 | 



agent 075 

Reed Franklin, Canton, shoe knives, awls 

and agricultural implements .... 050 
Reed Thomas, North Bridgewater, 

crockery, paper hangings, &c . . . . 709 
Reed & Barton, Taunton, manuf. of 

britarinia and silver-plated ware . . CC-o 
Renne Win., Pittsfield, pain killing 

magic oil 705 

Reynolds G. B. Boston, Howe's scales, 

fourth front colored 

Rice. Kendall, & Co. Boston, paper 

warehouse, and paper makers' sup- 



and dealer in casks 659 1 plies 015 

Peirce Lloyd N., New Bedford, cooper j Rice & Whitcomb, Worcester, iron 
Penney Frank L., Boston, die sinker, I works, Taft's punching presses and 



deucil plate and steel stamp manuf. 795 
Terkius John S., Worcester, machinist. Osl 
Perrin-Trautmann, translator & teacher 

of languages 613 

Perry Granville, Boston, doors, blinds, 

windows, Sec 774 

Peters C.J. & Son, Boston, electrotype 

ers and stereotvpers 043 

Pettee Otis & Co. Newton Upper Falls, 

geared speeders, cotton machinery, 

castings, ic 706 

Pettiugell & Sawyer, East Cambridge, 

gl 
Ph 



shears 765 

Rich, Pitman, & Co. Boston, trunks, 
valises, &c 624 

Richard's II. M. Jewelry Co. Boston, 
jewelry manufacturers, millinery or- 
naments, &c. 611 

Richardson Geo. H., Athol depot, practi- 
cal machinist 715 

Richardson L. B. & Co. Lowell, brokers. 731 

Richardson Mill Co., Gloucester, ice 
crushers and bait nulls 742 



Richardson Nathan i; Co. West War- 

1 hats .'..'.♦ 743 1 ren, hoop skirt materials 081 

lames T., Boston, insurance . . 578 Richmond A. D. & Co. New Bedford, 
Phillips (j., Lynn, machine needles . . 721 coppersmiths and brass founders . 649 
Phoenix Manuf. Co. Taunton, black Richmond Mary L. Mrs. Abington, mid- 
lead crucibles, &c. .* G53 j wife 057 

Pike & Whipple, South Darners, car- Robbins John C, Dedham, carriage, 

riage manuf., and express wagons, 750 I house, and sign painter 674 

Plummer C. G. C, Boston, accident in- I Roberts Winslow, Brooks, Me. hard- _ 

Burance agent 578 j wood lumber 708 

Plummer & Wilder, Boston, Howe sew- I Robertson John A., Boston, mouldings __ 



ing machine, back colored 

Plymouth iron Foundry, Plymouth, 

manufacturer of stoves, &c ". . . . 710 

Plymouth Mills, Plymouth, rivets, water 
wheels, machinery, &c 711 

Plymouth rack and Rivet Works, Ply- 
mouth, tacks, rivets, &c 711 

Pollard & Leighton, Boston, military 
aud regalia goods 004 

Pond Lucius \V'., Worcester, machinists' 

tools CM 



and building materials 

Robinson J. It., Boston, steam engineer, 04ii 

Robinson Luther, Boston, Robinson's _ 
patent ventilators "* 

Roche Brothers, Springfield, manufac- 
turers of steam and gas-pipes . • 6y *j 

Rogers.). R., North Brooktield, tanner 
aud currier ! 

Rogers&Co. Boston, crockery, glass, Sec. ' ••' • 
I Kook& Mulliken, Boston, oils 

Boner Repeating Bifle Co. Amherst, 



repeating breech-loading shot guns t'.'t 
Rowell George P. & Co. newspaper ad- 



vertising agents 



Porter Britannia and Plate Co. Taunton, 

britannia and silver-plated ware . . 663 
Porter James M. 8c Co. Springfield, in- 
surance agents . .......... 69S I Russell L). W., Boston^lifo insurance . . -• 

Porter .John & Co. Boston, oils, var- Saekett, Davis, & Co. Boston, inaiiu- _^ 

nishes aud japans .... ..... 043 faeturing jewellers 

Porter J. W., Boston, insurance ugnnt . 573 ; Sadler & II. islam, Salem, steam boil - 

Porter W. & Co., Boston, insurance ag't 57** water tanks, &c _ 

Pratt Amos, Easton, mariufactu#fer cot- I Salem Machine Co., Salem, Hick's steam _ 

ton thread and twiie- 657 1 engines " * \ * * 'i 

Pratt i>. G , Boston, black walnut chum- [Samuels .James, West Lynn, chun 

ber sets, and croquet manuf., also j cement, eompo. shoes, &c. . . 

planing and sawing 782 Sanborn Amos & Co.- Lowell, jew 

Prat. George L., Leominster, black wal- and silver ware manufacturers 

nut chamber sets 700 j 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



589 



Page, i Page. 

Stager N T . C, Wa.tertown, doors, blinds Taunton Crucible Co. Taunton, black- 

tnil sashes 707 I lend crucibles 001 

Sargent < Iturl*'-* G., Graniteville, manu- j Taunton lack Co. Taunton, tacks, shoe- 

facturer of machinery, and sar- nails, and brads ooi 



gent's wool-drying machines ... 711 
Sargent & Mulloy, Worcester, machin- 
ists . . O'JO 

Savory T. C, Boston, painter (banner) 629 
Sawver & Richardson, ililford, last 



Taylor L. C., Waltbain, mineral water, 

ale, &c 700 

Terry Joseph C, Fall ttiver, shipbuilder 608 
Tewksbury J. W., Lynn, builder and 
contractor "21 



makers. . 675 Thayer Ellis, Worcester, brush manuf. . 077 

Schruil't H'm. I\, Boston, confectioner 629 Thiery C. L., Boston, silver-plater, and 
Scrauton Henry A. & Bro., Cambridge- watch-case manufacturer 628 

port, croquet, and jig-sawing . . . "46 Thomas & Wilson, Wier Village, Taun- 

Si-ars Wm. 15., Boston, insurance agent 787 ton, tire-bricks, &c 003 

Scaver Chandler, Boston, photographer, 644 Thurston, Hall, & Co. Cambridgeport, 
Seavey J. VV. C. & Co. Boston, sewing- cracker bakers 747 

silk manufacturers 627 I Th wing & Collins, Boston, tailors. . . 614 

Shatsweir J. A., Salem, millinery. . . 7-11 ' Tiffany Bros., Attleborough, manuf. of v 

Shedd J. Herbert, Boston, civil engineer 643 picker and lace leather 031 

Sheridan W. H. Dedham, painter, i Tilden Howard, Boston, patents (deal- 

(house and sign) 073 „ er in) . • 604 

Short & Nervey (successors to Short, j Tilton & .UcFarland, Boston, safes, opp. 

Adam's, & CoJ, Attleborough, elec- title page. 

tro-platers 659 Timme E. A., Worcester, engraver 

Sibley Stephen, Chelsea, dye-house, and and diesinker 0S0 

woollen goods manufacturer . . . 749 Tobey Franklin, jr., New Bedford, flour, 

Silsby & Cheney, Boston, machinists . 627 ! butter, cheese, &e 710 

Silvester N., Boston, patterns 626 Todd Paul 1*. & Co. Boston, collectors, 

Simpkins S. G. & Co. Boston, blank and lawyers 014 

books and stationery, opp. title page. J Tolmau Benjamin, Concord, book, job, 

Sllney J. W., Newburyport, oyster-saloon 739*j and card priuter 707 

Smedley A. 11., Boston, eye and ear in- | Toulmin J., Worcester, shears & punches ti.sO 



stitute . . . t 027 

Smith, Fellows, & Co. Boston, wooden 
ware manufacturers 079 

Smith, Hall, & Buckland, Springfield, 
metallic cartridges 607 

Smith Lyman & Sons, South Dedham, 



Towle & Jones, Newburyport, silver 
spoons, Sec '. 728 

Trautmann-Perrin, Boston, translator 

and teacher of languages ..... 613 

Tremont Eye and Ear Institute, Boston 027 

Triekey & Hilton, Boston, paper boxes 634 



tanners 673 Tuck J .Warren & Co. Boston, iron found- 
Smith & Waite, Leicester, card clothing '632' ers, and iron furniture 043 

Snow, Boyden, & Knight, Boston, ink Tuck S. V., North Bridgewater, shoe- 
manuf., booksellers, stationers, wc. 611 j knives, findings, &e 709 

Snow S. A., Chatham, boots and shoes 057 I Tucker, Appleton, & Whitney, Boston, 

Snyder & Pattjson, North Adams, sashes, tools, hardware, gunpowder, &e. . 020 

doors, and blinds "04 Tucker Manufactur'g Co. Boston, bronze 

Somes & Fairbanks, Boston, die-sinkers, iron goods, iron furniture, &c. . . 020 



tool-makers, machinists, &e 008 

Southard, Herbert, & Co. Boston, oils, 

candles, soap, &c 000 

Southern Cotton Gin Co. Bridgewater 

and Boston, cotton gins 757 

Spear William F.. Boston, die-sinker 

and engraver 62$ 

Spofford & Howard, Boston, mechanical 

engineers,, pattern Sc model makers 044 | 



Tufts James W., Boston, Arctic soda- 
apparatus 769 

Turner, Kidney, & Co. Boston, pavers . ?S5 

Tuttle & Cutter, Boston, confectionery, 
and fruits '.635 

Tuttle, Garfield, & Co. Boston, French 
plate and German window glass . . 772 

Union Furnace Co. Taunton, stoves, hol- 
low ware, &c 053 



Spriugall Geo. & Co., Boston, harnesses, j Union Baste & Sizing Co. Boston, liquid 

&c 6:'>0 > paste, and sizing 634 

Stackpole J. B., Boston, carpenter and [Union Shoe Buckle Co. Boston, shoe 

builder, pattern A; model maker, 771, 772 ! buckles 799 

Stahl Wm. F., Boston, confectioner. . 774 Union Shoe Pattern Co. Boston, shoe 

Standard Shoe Fast Co. Boston . . . 799 patterns 7A 

Standard Shoe Pattern Co. Boston . . . "99 Union Warming ami Ventilating Co. 
Stanley O. A. & Co. Franklin, bonnet ' Boston, steam and warming appara- 

and hat blocks 073 | tus 75S 

Staples & Phillips, Weir Village, Taun- | U. S. Ventilation Co. Boston, Robin- 

ton, coal, lime, and cement .... 051 | son's Ventilator • . 7S1 

Stearns A. T.\ Neponset, gutters', con- Upham Joel W.. Worcester, Upham's 

ductors and lumber 750 turbine wafer wheel 691 

Stearns Geo. L. &Co. Boston, lead pipe, \ Van Nostrand W. ,l\, Boston, brewer, 

and pumps 630 and dealer in malt, hops, barley, &c. 610 

Stearns Nath'K'., Boston, house furnish- Vose & Clark, Boston, brass-finishers, ■ 

ing goods, and hollow ware .... 622 Vose'a patent hydropult manuf. . . 775 

Stebbins Erastus, Springfield, brass- , Wade Win.. Worcester, boot and shoe 

foundry 695 I manufacturer 680 

Stedman Perlev, Braintree, emery and j Wadsworth IF, Duxbury, water-proof 

emery an. I crocus cloth ...... 709 i salve plaster 70S 

Stephenson L. jr. Boston, insurance agt. 577 i Walker P.H.& Co. Boston, scales and 
Stetson Kverett, Walp'ole, machine card and balances, fishing tackle, &c. . . 014 

clothing 071 ! Ward . I. IF, Boston, insurance . . , 577. 5;> 

Stetsons. A. & Co. Boston, gas fixtures, Warner. & Dart, Oxford, cotton-twine 

lamps, &e 779 I ami carpet- warp manufacturer . . . 681 

Stetson & Talbot, Holliston, tacks, brads, j Warren & Robinson, Lawrence, card 

and shoe nails 007 i clothing manufacturers .... . . 733 

StUnler Otis, Roxbury, Jaquard ribbon : Washburn 15. !>., Boston, rooting, and 

mom manufacturer 749 ' sash and blind makers' supplies . 040 

Storrs Amariah & Co. Boston, cards, Washburn Elisha, North Bridgewater, 

card board, paper, Ac 019 manufacturer of dressing-blacking . 709 

Stratton T. Wilson, Boston, collector. 012! Washburn Iron Co. Worcester, railway 
Farbettt & Bang, Bo-ton, machinists, j iron, and cur-wheel manufacturers . 681 
and steam elevator manufacturers, 770 1 



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Pag«. 

Washburn P. T. & H. S., Taunton, coffin 
wart* rooms, undertakers, &c. . . . 700 

Waterhouse .Joseph, Fitchburg, Ameri- 
ca n House • . 71? 

Watts, Howard, & Williams, Boston, 
paper ami wood boxes, ...... f-.'io 

Wayruouth A. I>. 8c < o. Sprintrlield, Way- 
mouth's woodturuing lathe . . . . 000 

Webb Hiram, New Bedford, accountant 050 

Webber J. I . & < 'o. Springiield, druggists 
Hooker's cough syrups ....... 005 

Weeden K. H.. Boston, steel letter cutter (VJ7 

Weinmann A., Taunton, cigar maouf. 600 

Welch & Griffiths, Boston, -cast-steel 
saws 857 

Weld & Boyson, Boston, theatrical ma- 
chinists ;iml carpenters 771 

Wells & I'ower, Boston, real-estate 
agents aud intelligence office . . . 005 

Well<& Wilcox, Lvnn, watchmakers and 
jewellers. . .' 72* 

Wesson Frank, Worcester, rifle manu- 
facturers . 000 

West H. E., Attleborough, machinery G?:2 

"Weston & Place, Fitch burg, weaving 

harnesses, reeds, &c . . • ■ .... 719 

Westwood John. Lynn, boots and shoes 7~'l 

"Wheeler I.. 1>., Fitchburg, pattern maker 710 
and Wheeler's seam rubber and 
boring machines 710 

Wheeler S. 0* Co. Boston", cast-steel 
workers, blacksmith's tools, <fce. . . 770 

Wheeler Win. A., Worcester, iron and 
brass founder ............ 087 

Wheeler & Wilson Sewing .Machine, 
Boston, opposite title page 

Whitaker Edmund, Hoh oke, 'weaving 
reeds, flat wire, &c. '. 700 

Whitcomb (r. Henry & Co. Worcester, 

envelopes 087 

White A. & (\>. Chelsea, cane seat cot- 
tage chair manuf 749 

White 6. S., Phila. and Boston, manuf. 
of porcelain teeth and dentists' ma- 
terials, opposite page :J>4. 

Whiteley Edward, Boston, steam-warm- 
ing and cooking apparatus 77? 

Whitin.lolinC. Whitinsville. cotton ma- 
chinery and iron founder 001 

Whiting Lewis F..lioxbury, iron founder 
and gas and water pipe manuf. . . 749 

Whit lev John, v ' irlev Village, brooms 715 

Whitman & Miles Munufuei'g Co. West 
Fitchburg, mowing and reaping ma- 
chine knives 717 

Whitney F.A ., L ominster, manufactur- 
ers of chi! Iren's carriages . . . . • 710 

Whitney Ft. & A . Lowell, lumber . . . 7.4 

Whittemore W. ('., Worcester, designer 

Whit tier,, A. R., Boston, coal 00:5 

Wilder 8. & Co. Molliston, pumps. . . 075 
Wilkinsou, Carter, & Yeomans, Boston, 



r 



Willard & Lam-, Taunton, paint-', oils, 

and glass 

Willcox & Bamett, Attleborough, m i- 

chinists 

'Willcox ,v .iibbs, Boston, sewing ma- 
chines 

■ Willcutt Levi I... Boston, rooliiiu . . . 
! William- ('..jr.. I lost on, [UHglietic ap| a- 

ratus, and tclegnip dc in.-tri ui -. 

Williams & Hatch, North Atth boro 

and clock imiiiufaetun r- 

! Williams J. R„ Weir Village, I'uuntmi, 

tire brick manufacturer 

Williams L. 15. & Co. Northampton, 

basket manufacturers 

! Willis, Barrell. & Co. Boston, -ho.- and 
carpet slipper manufacturers . . . . 

Willis Wm. JL, New Bedford, i if. 

harnesses, engine and ship hose, &c. 

! Williston & Arm- Manufacturing < o. 

Northampton, tapes, bindings, aud 

webbing 

Wilson K. C <t Co. Medway, cotton 
thread and twine manufacturers. 
Wilson H. G., Boston, insurance . . . 
Wilson James W. & Co. Boston, black- 
smiths and machinists 

WingateWm. A., Boston, coal, wood, 

and hay 

UWinn Sc Parker, Gloucester, beer, and 

mineral water 

| Wirth & Root, Boston, Empire sewing 

machine 

Wiswell II. M., Boston, torrent rotary 

pumps, hose, &c 

I Witherby, L'ugg, & Rich ardson, Worces- 
ter, wood working machinery . . . 
Witherell <>. I)., Boston, coalj wool, 

lime, and cement 

Wood & Allen, Palmer, Dr. Higgins's 

antalgica . . 

' Wood & Chester, Boston, sawing, plan- 
ing, aud turning 

Wood, Light, & Co. Worcester, machin- 
ists' tools 

i Woodman C. Eugene, Boston, shoe pat- 

t rus. dies, &c 

: Woodman & Co. Boston, shoe patterns 

and shoe findings 

Woods S. A. & Co. Boston, engines, 

wood-working machinery, &c. . . . 

Woodward .James F., South Beading, 

awd blades, shoe tools. &c 

i Woodward T.T., Lynn, sewing-avils, 

nee. lies, &c 

Worcester M. A. Worcester, yeast cakes 
Wright E. G. £ Co. Boston, "musical in- 
strument makers 

Wright & Cotter, Boston, printers . . . 
Wright-& Moore, South Oardner, cane 

and wood seat chairs 

Wvinan C. F., Boston, glass ware, 

" lamps, &c 

Yale 11. M., Boston, sailmaker aud tents, 



: kj 

772 
007 



702 
f»74 

031 

770 
7 4 'J 



791 

685 
CO'2 
700 
OH 
0S.1 
700 
704 
031 



ADVERTISERS-AND SUBSCRIBERS IN OTHER STATES. 



Agricultural Implements. 

Winsted Manuf. Co. (scythes), Winsted, Ct. 

Axle Manufacturers. 

Iron and Steel Works, Derby, Conn. 

Boiler Manufacturers. 

Harris Wm. \. ( see adv. page 798 ) 

Providence, R. I. 

Brass Manufacturers. 
Thomas Manufac. Co., Thomaston, Conn. 

Broker. 

Upham Geo. 6.3 N. Main, Providence, R. I. 



Card Grinders. 
Harrlv Machine Co. ( sec adv. page 
799 ) Biddeford, Me. 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Morgan Harvey & Co. Concord, X. !'• 

Commissioners for MasS. resi- 
dent in other States. 

Kansas. 

David P. Muzzey, Leavci 

Maine. 

Window Bates, Eastporj 

James 0. Doniiell, l'wU* >• 

Minnesota. 

Cyrus Aldrich, Minneapi J 



ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS IN OTHER STATES. 501 



IfiMi'iippl. B , 

G&irsre A. Smytbe, Jackson 

N-'A Hump-hire. 

C. 0. Connor, Exeter 

Now Jersey. 

Sraats S." Morris, Newark 

[,4.lli-i<UKl. 

Justin Castanie, New Orleans 

James Graham, " 

N*ew York. 
John Butcher, 41 Nassau st., N. Y. Citv 
William FuriiUs, 35 Wall, 
Charles Nettleton, 111 Broadwnv, '.' 
Josiah Porter. " " 

Edward b\ deSelding, 25 Nassau, " 
John Hodwe, Lockport 

George H. Danforth, Rochester 

William H. Moselev, Syracuse 

Illinois. 

I'. A. Havne, Chicago 

Ohio. 

Alexander II. McGaffey, Cincinnati 

Pennsylvania. 
Benjamin F. Blood. Philadelphia 

Edwin T. Chase, 134 So. Sixth st. " 
John II. Prick, 223 Dock st. " 

Tennes-ee. 

Bras & Hudson, Memphis 

C. Canning Smith, " 

Tex;is. 

Emile Simmler, Houston 

Cotton Goods Manufs. 

Maine. 
Hill Manufacturing Co., J. G. Coburu, 

agent, Lewiston 

Laconia Co.. A. Haines, agt,, Biddeford 
Lewiston Mills, -J.pwiston 

York Manufacturing Co. (ticks, cot- 

tonades, denims,, and stripes), Saco 

Xtv: Hampshire. 

Arnold Briggs & Co., "Howe Milt," 

Claremont 
Exeter Manufacturing Co., Hervey 

Kent, asent, Exeter 

Great Falls Manufacturing Co., G. W. 

Burleigh, agent, Great Falls 

Harbor Manufacturing Co. (cotton 

flannels, drills, and print cloths), Nashua 
Nashua Manufacturing Co. 
Peterborough Co. Peterborough 

Stark Mills, P. A. lams, agent, Manchester 

• Rhode Island. 

Lippit Manufacturing Co. (ticks and 

sheeting), Providence 

Stafford Manufacturing Co. (enam- 
elled spool cotton), I'awtucket 
Stone Mill Co. (cambric), Providence 

Connecticut. 

Falls Co., E. 0. Abbot, Norwich 

Mutual Manufacturing Co. (cotton 

warps), North Manchester 

Willimantic Linen Co., A. B. Burle- 
son, agent, - Willimantic 

Cotton Machinery Manufs. 
Providence Tool Co., J. B-. .Anthony, 

treasurer, Providence, R.I. 

Cotton Thread Mannf. 

Stafford Manuf. Co. (enamelled spool 

cotton), Pan tucket, R. I. 

Willimantic Linen Co., A. B. Burleson, 

"gent, Willimantic, Conn, 



Cotton Wadding Manuf. 

Union Wadding Co. Paw tucket, R.I. 

County Clerk. 
Pinkham D.C.,C<xm Co., Lancaster, N. II. 

Dentists' Materials. 
White S. S. (see adv. oppo&ite pu-e 384.) 
Philadelphia. 

Enamelled Cards and Paper. 

Oilman Bros. ( see adv. page 7'.<7 ) 

Nashua, N. 11. 

Exchange Broker. 
Upham, Geo. 63 N. Main, Providence, U.I. 

Fire Arms Manufacturers. 
Coifs Fire- Arms Co. (all kinds), 

Hartford, Conn. 
Providence Tool Co. (Peabody breech- 
loading), Providence, R. I. 

Gas Works Manufacturers. 

Providence Steam and Gas Pipe Co., 
J. C. Hart-horn, treas., Providence, B.I. 

Glass Ware Manufacturers. 
Fort Trumbull Glass Co., X. Hen- 
dricks, treasurer, New London, Conn. 

Glass Manufacturers. 
Portland Glass Co., F. Eggerton, 
Superintendent, Portland, Me. 

German Silver Manufacturers. 
Thomas Manuf Co., Thomaston, Conn. 

German Silver Goods Manu- 
facturers. 

Hall, Eaton, & Co., Wallingford, Conn. 

Handles. 

Roberts Winslow, ( see adv. page 706 ) 

' Brooks Me. 

Hardware and Cutlery Manu- 
facturers. 

Landers, Frary, & Clark, New Bri- 
tain, Conn. 

Hardware Manufacturers, 

{/or Builders. ) 
Nor walk Lock Co., So. Norwalk, Conn. 

Hosiery Manufactory.- 

Olzendam A. P., Mechanics' Row 

New Manchester, N. II. 

Iron Founders. 
Swamscot Machine, So. Newmarket. N. II. 
Woodman & Bnrnham, Biddeford, Mo. 

Iron Manufacturers. 

Iron and Steel Works, ( merchant ), 

Derby, Conn. 

Knit Goods Manufacturers. 

Olzendam, A. P., Mechanics' row, 

Manchester, N. H. 

Linen Goods Manufacturers. 

Lewiston Mills, Ceo. L. Ward, Treas- 
urer, Lewiston, Me. 



592 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Lock Manufs. (door.) 



Shuttles. Bobbins and Spools. 



Norwalk Lock. Co., South Xorwa.k, Conn ; Baldwin James & Co. (see a<lv. page 

_ , _ . ., . , I 799) Manchester, X. II. 

Lumber Dealer (hardwoods.) 

Roberts Winslow, (see adv. page 706) Silver-Plated Ware Manuf. 

Brooks, Me. I H:ill, Eaton, & Co. Wallineford. Conn. 



Machinists and Machinery j 
Manufacturers. 

Hardy Machine Co. (sec adv. page 799) 

Biddeford, Me. 
Harris Win. A. (see adv. page 798) 

Providence, R. I. 
Providence Tool Co., J. B. Anthony, 

treas., Providence, R. I. 

Woodman & Burnham, Biddeford, Me. 

Machinery Waste. 

Union Wadding Co. Pawtucket, R. I. 

Nail Manufacturers. 

American Horse Nail Co. (horse, ox, 
and mule), Providence, R. I # 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Keeney Hudson, Manchester, N. H. 

Porcelain Teeth Manufacturer. 

White S. S. (see adv. opposite page 3S4.) 
Philadelphia. 

Railroads. 

Concord, Manchester, and Lawrence, 

Concord, X. H. 



Holmes, Booth, & Haydens, Waterbury," 
Soap Manufacturers. 

Kendall Manuf. Co. (French laundry, 
olive, soda, castile, and extra soaps), 

Providence, R. I. 
Leath & Gore, (see adv. page 7u7) 

Portland, Me. 

Spring Manufacturers. 
Iron and Steel Works, Derby, Conn. 

Steam Engine and Boiler Man- 
ufacturers. 

Amoskeag Manuf. Co. (see adv. page 
798) Manchester, X. II. 

Corliss Steam Engine Co., Wm. Cor- 
liss, treas. Providence, II. I. 

Harris Wm. A. (see adv. page 798) " 

Providence Steam, and Gas Pipe Co., 
J. C. Hart-horn, treas. " 

Swamscot Machine Co. South New- 
market, X. H. 

Steam Fire Engine Manuf. 

Amoskeag Manuf. Co. (see adv. page 
79S) Manchester, X. II. 

Steam, Gas, and Water Pipes, 
and Fittings. 



Norwich and Worcester, Norwich, Conn. ! Providence Steam and Gas Pipe Co., 
Providence and Worcester, Win. D. ^ ^ | J. C. Hartshorn, treas. Providence, R. I. 

Swamscot Mach. Co. S. Newmarket, X. H. 

Sugar Refiners. 



Hilton, supt. Providence, R. I. ! 

Rensselear and Saratoga, Troy, X. Y. 

Hudson and Boston, Joshua A. Water- 
man, Hudson, -X. Y. 

New London Northern, G. W\ Bentley, 
supt. New London, Conn. 

Roofing Slate. 

Eagle Slate Co. Hydeville, Vt. 

Scythes. 

VVinsted Manuf. Co. Winsted, Conn. 



Sheet Brass, and Copper Man- 
ufacturers. 

Ansonia, Conn. 
Ansonia Brass and Battery Co. " 

Holmes, Booth, & Haydens, Waterbury," 

Sheriff. 

Portland, Me. 
Parker Geo. W., of Cumberland Co. " 

Ship Carpenters' Tools. 
Bradford Joseph, (see ady. page 797) 

Portland, Me. 



Forest City Sugar Refinery, T. C. 
Hersey, Portland, Me. 

Wire Manufacturers. 

Ansonia Brass and Battery Co. (brass 

and copper), Ansonia, Conn 

Thomas Manuf. Co. Thomaston, Conn 



Woollen Goods Manufs. 
D. R. Campbell (fancy llannels and 
casshneres), Dexter, Me. 

Dixtield, Me. 
Joseph Hirst (repellants and flannels), " 
Xewichawanick Manuf. Co., J. H. 

Burleigh, agent, South Berwick, Me. 
Vassalborough Muls Co. (cloths, cas- 
simeres, and doeskins), Xo. Vas- 
salborough, Me. 
Belknap Mills (casshneres and fancy 

flannels), Laconia, X. H. 

Norway Plains Co. (blankets and flan- 
nels), Rochester, X. IL 
Rockingham Mills, Geo. C. 'Gilman, 
agent (worsted braids), Portsmouth, X.1L 
~, . ^. ., _.- ,. I Globe Mill Co. (satinet warps). South 
Ship Chandlery Manufactory, i Manchester, Conn. 

Providence Tool Co., J. B. Anthony, Thomaston. Coi n. 

treas. Providence, i Terry Manuf. Co. (black doeskins), ' 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 001 



ISAAC COLBUKN & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



Umi mi Si©§ Hadmiery, 




SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, 

Calf Skins, Linings, Lace Leather, Lamp Black, &c. 

> O. 7 3 M I 3Li K ^ T I£ E E T\ 

COENEE OF CONGEESS, 

HAAC COLBUH5T,, B, j» « ~_- ii -__- 

B. FISHER GAY. J ® Q J| f If 3 

AMERICAN BANK-NOTE CO., ' 

39 STATU, CORNER OF CONGRESS STREET, 

BOSTON, 

OF 

^A-NK NOTES, BONDS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, DRAFTS. 

NOTES, DIPLOMAS, BILL AND NOTE HEADINGS, BUSINESS CARDS, 

FACTORY TAGS AND LABELS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

lave a great variety of Designs representing 3Iarine, Mining, Agricultural, and Manufacturing inn n ■■- 

A.. CLAXTON CARY, Manager. 

ESTABLISHED, 17G8. 



J O H 1ST PRESTON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

*m% '-h* gf ^^k £p^ ^f-^ G !f #*\ [p^r^ =•" rr^i -*~h 

A S U 

COCOA PREPARATIONS. 

Sole Agent, for the New-England States, for 

•'• UOXK'S OLD KENTUCKY BOUHBOX WHISKEY. 
Ko. 102 STATE STRJEET, BOSTON. 



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G02 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

\»'*6-£^fe%? 'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

mmmm mm sow ©qs? 



WOOD, LIME, AND CEMENT, 
No. 9 J STATE STREET, BOSTON. 

Orders through the Post Office promptly attended to. 

\ JAMES R. NICHOLS & CO., 

HANUFAGTURING CHEMISTS, 

150 CONGRESS STREET, 



JAS. r. NICHOLS. 
CHAS. E. BILLINGS 
ALBION R. CLAP1*. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



ACIDS, ALKALIES, ETHERS CHLOROFORM; PREPARATIONS OP GOLD, TIN. 

ZINC, LEAD, IRON, BISMUTH, MERCURY. &c, PINE CHEMICALS 

USED IN MEDICINE AND THE ARTS. 



MURRAY, OAKES, & CO., 

Nos. V & 11 HAVERHILL STREET, 

Manufacturers of Gas-Fixtures, 

AND GENERAL BRASS FINISHERS, 

Robert Murray. ) y~\ f\ O HHCi AT f David Burns. 

Ieorue Oakes. ) JOUOlUiV. { Edward Fitzcer \ i 

Metal Spinning, Stamping, and Punching done to Order. Argand Burners. Gas-Fixtures Refiiiish' d 
the best manner. 

Sole Manufacturers of StanwooiVs Patent Argand Burner. 

SAMUEL H. ALLEN, 

PLUMBER AND COPPERSMITH. 

.^r^s*--,. No. 39 HAVERHILL STREET, 

l ■ \&%l BOSTON. 

r'W ■''^rScr^ AGENT FOR THOMPSON'S PATENT ELASTI 

■ , \A : _--\f ROOFING. 

»- CASH PAID FOR OLD COPPER AND COMPOSITION- 



ADVERTISING DEPAJ1T41 EXT. 



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Locust fountain, Mnhanoy, Serantoii, Diamond, Shamokln, Pltcrnlv. Old Lehigh 
Co.'* Spring Mountain, VVilkesbarre, and American Coal (o.'i, George'* t r»rU, « n ..- 
lurliiud Coal, 

33^ TZZB CARGO. 

Hard and Soft Coal of all kinds and best qualities for family use, gas at!d steam pnrpo«i 

hand and for sale in lots to suit, at the lowest market price. Orders by mail promptly delti 

No. 13 stati: s r i'Hi:i;i 



GEORGE W. CARNES, 




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BELOW HOVEY'S, 



sasfan. 



3E. G. WRIGHT Ac CO., 

Manufacturers of 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,^ 

71 SUDBURY STREET, 

BOSTON. 

A First-Prtzk Pita'ER Medal obtained at the late Massachusetts Charitable Y. ' v - ■ ' 

, fwrfur a full set of Brass Instruments, „ .... . .. . , ,,, r ,. v - , , e 

Vl Mo« M . WuiGHt ft Co, invite attention to their NEW IMPROVED ROTAK) AND PI>TON »<»l 
N| I*. as well ft s to their large assortment of Brass, Copper, t Sermon Silver, and Silver Inttruments, I 
«Jperi or q 0a aty of tone and lini ? h. Repairs promptly made by skilllul workmen. 




E. G. Win 



IlKNRV ESBACII. 



Louis T. Hautma: 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIREpTORY. 



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GEORGE B. CART\YRIGIlT, 

(Late of the firm of C. L. FOWLB & Co.) 
MANUFACTURER OF 



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324' WASHINGTON ST., 



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OPI'OSITE 
THE ADAMS HOUSE. 



BOSTON. 



UP 

ONE FLIGHT. 



D. C. BATES & CO., 

SUCCESSORS TO 

H_A.S8A1\I BROTHERS, 
Importers and Manufacturers of 

FINE CUTLERY, 

FINE SKATES, SHEARS, SCISSORS, 

CARVIN8 AND DINING KNIVES, RAZORS, ETC. 

!*o. 146 WASHINGTON STREET, 

(Next Door to the OKI South Church.) 



POLLAED & LEIGHTCOT, 

MILITARY AND BE8ALIA GOODS. 





I). C. BATE: 



E. L. STETSON. 



INE1TNS' EKMGE; 

OJ i ornliill, Boston. 

II0I1MT JEW HIBII03K 

EXHIBITED EVERY DAY. 

ti- STATE ASO COUNTY RIGHTS FOR 
SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS. 

A preat opportunity offered to Business Men with 
lar^c ut small capital. 

HOWARD TILDEN. 




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Navy and Armt Chapeatx. 
IJrkss and Fat ouk Caps. 
'Swords, Belts, Epaulettes. 

I and Samiks. 

: Military Buttons and Laces. 
Ret>, Whitk. Bi.uk, Green. 
unci other fancy colored Broad- 
cloths, not readily found else- 
where. 
Baxxki! Silks, *\tiOand 72 in- 
ches wide. 

Poles, Ouxaukxxs, and Trim- 
mings. 

i Also, Banners mane to order. 

Sii.k and Bi'NTiKG American 
j Flags, in great variety. 

Regalia Goons, Jewels, Ro- 
settes, and Stars. 

| Fencing Foi's, Combat Swords, 
1 M:i»ks, and Gloves. 



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Military & Masonic Books. 

H'hulcsale (tnd Jictail, by 

POLLARD S LEIGIITOX, 

A'o. <» Court Street. 



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ASHCROFT. 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



STEAM AMD WATER GAUGES, 

LOW WATER DETECTORS, GLOBE VALVES, OIL PUMPS, 

SCOTCH GLASS TUBES, 

Slock Plates and Dies for Steam Fitters' use, Taps, Ratchet Drills, Sfc ., #c. 

FOR TRICE LISTS A^D CIRCULARS, ADDRESS 

jz. ir. jl&i icroft, 
No. 82 SUDBURY STREET, BOSTON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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DCDGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

Ijajxirtors, Manufacturers, and Dealers in 

Photograph Goods 

Frames, Glass, Chemicals, Albums, &c, 

AM) 

n\CY GOODS CONNECTED WITH RETAIL 
BUSINESS, 

113 Washington Street, 

BOSTON. 
J. K. Podge. S. S. Collier. C. A. Perkins. 



GEO. H. CHAPIfl & CO. 

FARM AGENTS. 

Special attention given to the Purchase, Sal 
Exchange of 

Farms and Country Residences, 
Office, 20 Srollay's Building, Court Street, Boston. 

REFERENCES : 
J. G. Taft, Esq., Boston. 
SHAWMUT National Bank, Boston. 
Gross, Daniels, & Co., Boston. 
M. S. Burr & Co., Boston. 
Hon. E. VV. Taft, Dedham. 
Hon. HENRY Ciiapin, Worcester. 



UNITED STATES AND EUROPEAN 

GENERAL 

IMPORTING, COMMISSION, SMPPI3G, 

AND 



JAS.O. BOYLE & CO. - 21 INDIA WHARF, BOSTON. 
JACOBS & BOYL E - - H ALIFAX. N. S. 

CONSIGNMENTS, AGENCIES, & ORDERS SOLICITED. 

; W E L L S & P O W E RT 

Agents for the purchase, sale, and leasing of 



WILLIAM READ & SONS, 

No. 13 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, 

REAL ESTATE, 

HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, HOTELS, GUNS OF EVSnY DiSGHSPTf 3? J, 

And all other kinds of 
RVal and Personal Property Negotiated on Reasonable Terms. 



— ALSO — 



Cnmpn'Min? Lammatfil Steel, Chain. Damascus, Wir*. ami S« .'- 
Twist Barrels, of the best Knglish manufactories, made :-■■ ■ •> .-• 

Sharp's, Ballard'*, also Spencer 7- = hooter, and all 
other Breech-Loading Carbine*. 



General Intelligence Office. «„,„.„* pi.»oi.ofe W Td«t 

Situations obtained for Young Men and Women. Military Percussion Caps, Stirkev'g, Kiev's C»x's 

■ Htrlp provided for Stores, Hotels, Farms, and Fain- Percussion Caps, Hairs London P»wiler .Gun 'Wad«..tii Ik 

• I'-, at short notice. Salesmen, Bookkeepers, For- ^^^^VS^^S^i IS lKls Lock.'c !.«.« 

■'■'•. and Clerks, may be found at our Office at aU all articles Tuiapted to the manufacture of Guns. 

eSl | A complete assortment of Hardware an. I Cutlerf, 
Room 3, 21 School Street, Boston 
! J H. WELLS. 



Muskets, "Cutlasses. Boarding Pik«-s, Canister and «. 

.Ve., Ac. tor Ships' us.-. Also Airents for thecelebmU 1 
T. C. POWER, cer" Seven-Shooter Repeating Kirle. 



S. Q. BOWDLEAE & CO., 

Floor and other Breadstufis, 

192 *V 194 State */., Boston. 

COLE'S F. P. P. M WRIGHT'S BEST, COLUMBUS, 

AND OTHER BRANDS FLOCK. 

Wheat Meal, Oat Meal, Corn Meal, 

Hye Meal, Rye Flour, Oat Flour, 

Buckwheat Flour, Maize Flour, Cracked Wheat, 

Pearl Barley, Hominy & Samp, Farina, 

Pearl Wheat, Maizena, Corn Starch. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



BENT, GRIFFITH, & CO., 



No. 11 Marshall, near Union St., Boston, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



llarlor^raffs^jfranirs 1 



REGISTERS, SUMMER-PIECES, 
SOAP-STONE STOVES. 

Also Door-Panels and Stable Furniture. 

ALSO SUPERIOR 

PORTABLE PASLOR GEATE, S 

For AVood, Hard and Soft Coal, > 

H 

Constantly on hand a large assortment of Frames of *^ 
the latest style of Patterns. Frames trimmed with Silver, 
Fire dilt, und Prince's Metal, at shortest notice. 

Particular attention is paid to the packing of Grates for California, China, or other foreign places. 

#er For >a!e: Soapstone Fire-places, with grate for coal and wood. Grate.Liuing of all sizes. 




AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE MO SEED STORE, 




NOS. 40 NORTH MARKET STREET, AND 
46 MERCHANTS' ROW, ROSTOV. 



jjarjut, damutt & ®s$ootr, 

Manufacturers & Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Plows, j 

Harrows, Cultivators, C\ Under and Lever Hay Cutters, l 

Mowing Machines, Reaping Machines, Fanning Mills, 

_ Churns, Corn Planters, Seed Sowers, Corn Shellers, 

r Floes, Spades, Shovels, Hay and Manure Forks, Garden 

S» Rikes, Hay and Straw Knives, Picks and Mattock-. Bog 

iSJfl Hoes, Post spoons, Road Scrapers, Sugar Mills, Axes 

■ i and Hatchets, patent Axe Handles, Sickles, Grass 

'-Hooks, Scvthes, Snaiths, Scvthe Rities and Stones, 

I Horse Hakes, Hay Rakes, Ox Yokes and Bows, Grind- 

1 stones, Anti-friction Rollers, Wheelbarrows, Iron Bars, 

gp Ox Balls, Bull Rings, Tree and Floor Scrapers. \c. 

i? V3 ^l ? o Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Guano, I'oudrette, 

T~T Bone Meal, Coe's No. 1 Superphosphate of Lime, Airri- 

if^ cultural Books, Cotton Seed Meal, and Grain, Field, 

Grass, Garden, and Flower Seeds. 



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SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO., 

IVo. 27 BROAD STREET, BOSTON, 

DEALERS IN 

Sperm, Whale, Extra and No. 1 Lard, Elaine, 
Saponified Red, Lubricating, and Coal Oils. 

Stearine, Tallovr, Grease, Pi'esssingjss, Lard, Soap, 
Candies, Oil JSoai>, «&e., «S:e. 

Z. SOUTHARD. C. C. SOUTHARD. 

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Offer a Full aild very Desirable Stock of 

4li v ffiief) Tsar ff&Ha eg ^^| $'*«* 
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In every variety of quality and patterns, all 

of which are of 

OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. 

The attention of purchasers is invited to this 
large Stock, which will be 

Offered. a>*t Lower trices 

Than in any other 

Clothing House in Boston. 

LEOPOLD MORSE & CO,, 29 and 30 Dock Square. 



* • ». — A full assortment of Piece Goods constantly on hand, and Garments made to order in the 
most fashionable manner and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. 



608 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 



BROOKS & MECUEN, 

Importers and Dealers in Shoe Findings, and 
Manufacturers of Leather, 

No. 58 PEAEL STKEET, BOSTON. 

NEW-ENGLAND ASENTS FOR BALDWIH'S SHOE PUGS. 

j^as^E^iiC-A.isr ^.istid iFcoREia-isr patents. 
JOSEPH II. AIK4ITIS, 

SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

I.at«' Principal Examiner in the United State? Patent Office (and for the past ten years connected with the 
Examining Corps of the Patent Office), will attend to any business relating to Patents and the Patent Office. 

Specifications and Drawings prepared; also Caveats, Assignments, lie-issues, Extensions, and Cases iu 
Interference. * 

Copies of the Claims of any Patent furnished. 

Patents secured in Great Britain, France, and other Foreign Countries. 

Drawings will be executed by G. A. C. Smith, lor the past ten years Draughtsman in U. S. Patent Office. 

Office, 24 NILES BLOCK, 33 SCHOOL ST., BOSTON. 

.J-A-IVIES ]E\ BABCOCK, 

Analytical .& Practical Chemist, 

OFFICE AND LAB0RAT0KY - 7 BROMFIELD STREET. 

Assays of Silver, Gold, Copper, etc. 

Analyses of Drugs, Dyes, Ores, etc. Valuation of Caustic Soda, Chloride of Lime, 
Ox. Manganese, Acids, etc. 

Consultations upon any of the applications of Chemistry to the arts. Plans and 
drawings of Stills, Factories, Apparatus, Kecipes, Formulas, etc., etc. 

NEW OR RARE CHEMICAL PREPARATIONS MANUFACTURED TO ORDER. 



S01V1E8 & FAIRBANKS, 

Tool Makers & Die Sinkers, 

No. 12 HAWKINS STREET, BOSTON, 



(UP ONE FLIGHT.) 



on!*** 'H 1 kin(l * of T>5e9 ' Cu,tt '™> Press and Hand Punches, &c, for Jewelers and Tin Workers, mad.' fco 
nier. Light Forging promptly and neatly executed. 

N. It. — Jewelers' Dies constantly on hand. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THEODORE METOALF & CO., 

APOTHECARIES, 

No. 39 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON. 

pure OBues mm mm\ui$ 9 

MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL, FINE ESSENTIAL OILS, 



STANDARD FAMILY MEDICINES. 

THEODORE METCALF. S. M. COLCORD. T. DOLIBER. 



FREESTONE & MARBLE WORKS, 

EDWARD F. MEANT, 

NEW ALBANY STREET, 

Opposite X>ecUiani Streejt, 3 Soutlr Bay Wliarves. 



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&§^ All orders for Freestone and Marble Worts, for Buildings, Monuments, Tombs, §*c, , 
ornamented and plain, executed with neatness and despatch. 



HOWE & FRENCH, 



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Successors to CIIAS. II. BADGER <fc Co., 

69 & 71 Blackstone Street, Boston. 



JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN 



Paints, Oils, Dycstuffs, 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

Window Gla^.s, 

ALCOHOL, AND PATENT MEDICINES, 

Forest River, LKW'IS Boston, & Eng- 
lish White Lead; French ami \e\v 
Jersey White Zinc Faints, &c. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Burning 1 Fluid, Camphene, 

JAPAN & COPAL VARNISHES. 

Agents for BLACKSTONE COAL OIL. 

H. & F. would solicit the attention of both city mid coun- 
try trade to their large and well-assorted stuck, of Goods of 
the above description. 

JOHN C. HOWE. JOHN J. FRENCH. 






CIO MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

WM. T. VAN NOSTRAND, 

MALT, eQFi7& BARLEY, 

118 & 120 Lincoln Street, opp, the Worcester Passenger Depot, 

BOSTO-NT. 

Beer Barrels, Bungs, Taps, Malt Shovels, Irish Moss, Patent Malt, 
Ground Malt for Bakers 9 use. 

CALEDONIA BREWERY, 

COR. OF EIGHTH & G STS., SOUTH BOSTON. 

WM. T. 'YAM 1VOSTRAIVD & CO., 

BREWERS OF 

CALEOGMJA flEGTAH, !MPEB!AL .CHAMPAGNE, & AKI3EB ALES, 

BROWN STOUT AND PORTER FOR SHIPPING AND FAMILY USE. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

OFFICE, 11§ & 120 LINCOLN STREET. 

LEAVITT IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH 

(ORIGINALLY ESTABLISHED IN 1853,) 

FOR FAMILY OH MANUFACTURERS' USE. 

THE STITCH WILL NOT RIP OR RAVEL, AND IS ALIKE OX BOTH SIDES. 

STRAIGHT NEEDLES, WORKING VERTICALLY. 

They are extremely simple and substantial in their mechanical arrangements, devoid of j 
Cog-wheels, springs, or cams, which are the pests of so many other machines ; are made of j 
variety and capacity adapted to the whole range of sewing in every kind of fabric. The 
stitch is very square and regular, whether in straight or curved work, and the lock uniformly 
well drawn in. 

iHEKKIAH & NORTOJV, 

General New-England Agents and Manufacturers cf Machine Leather Shoe Binding, 

104 TREMONT STREET, COIL BROMFIELD, 
BOSTOM, -MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SNOW, BOYDETST, & KNIGHT, 

WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS AM> STATIONERS - - - 2io. 1 Corn/till, Boston. 

SAMUEL F. NICHOLS, 

(Successor to Chase & Nichols) 

Publisher, Bookseller, Stationer, 

AND 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, 

43 Washington Street, Boston. 

' - Publications of all the leading Houses, School Books of all kinds, Blank Books, Writing !'.u ers, E ivcl- 
i>l< •», and Staple Stationary generally in stock, and offered to the Trade, on most favorable Terms, 
and at the lowest wholesale prices. Orders will meet prompt and careful attention. 



H. M. RICHARD'S JEWELRY CO., 

Formerly of Attleboro', Mass. 

MAS UF ACrtJREKS OF 

Jewelry, Millinery Ornaments, and Fancy Dress Buttons, 

HeU and Shoe Buckles, Boole- Clasps, Trimmings, and all kinds of 
Fancy Metal Work. 

..Articular attention paid to manufacturing small Brass articles, especially for Patentees 
> Mo and Silver Plating, &c, &c. 

Revere Building, opp. Eevere House, 7 Green, cor. C ardon St., Boston, Mass. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, 173 BROADWAY. 



THE BOSTON 

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL 

j. , .* u ''."known and long-established Periodical entered upon its Seventy-fourth volume in February, 1SG6. 
••• be Issued Weekly, as heretofore, from the oiHce of publication, 

33-i WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 

' management is intrusted to two of the Medical Faculty of Boston, members of the State und City 

" Societies, and well tjualitied for their place t>y Scientific and Literary attainments. Aid i- also freely 

f«'.uiv of the leading physicians of Boston, and contributions an r.ci ivi d from > luiiieut m< tubers 

'• jiuiii in other parts of the eountrv. All the Medical and Surgical Iteports made t-> tin i; o>| n 

., ; '•" M«'«lical Improvement are inserted in the .Joi;i;n.\l, and al»o tin- more interesting eases and 

• ■" >in other Medical Associations in Hoston and its vicinity. Valuable communications ai >• also from 

-.in- received from Miryeons in the Army and Navy. Its contents, though ruainl) of a practical char- 

' '"tended to be sutlicietitlv varied to make its weekly visits interesting as well as ux tul to the lued- 

itiouer. 

rtee j, I'OCit DOLLARS a year, payable in advance. Previous numbers of the current volume fur- 

" '*'"* l,u '' k volumes also supplied, at a" liberal discount. 

DAVID (LAPP c\ M*.v Publishers. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



S. R CHUBBUCK 8c SONS, 





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Tremont Street, near Boston Line, Boxbury, Mass. 



MAMFACTUKEKS OP 



I'feam £\\§um, flnrluuevir, mil foiled 

STEAM HEATING APPARATUS, 

FOR PUBLIC BUILDINCS, FACTORIES, AND DWELLING HOUSES. 

All calls will be attended to in person for the examination and alteration of Steam Engin< 
Machinery. 

Also the arranging and putting up of Steam Heating Apparatus. 

8 - E- CHTJBBTJCK. I. Y. CHUBBUCK. S. E. CHUBBUCK, JB 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. G13 



TKAUTMANN-PEKKIN, 

OF 

(i^mmema! and 3fepl §oxumcnte, 

PAMPHLETS, &c, 

FROM MB IHTO THE SIX MODERN LUKCtiAGES. 

3Yo. 4 OOTJX^T ST., R0031 INTo. SSI, 



FROM 8 TO 10 O'CLOCK, A.M. 



Or No. 58 Summer Street, cor. of Arch, 2d floor, (at Office of Chas. Francis, Esq.) 

FROM 10i A.M. TO -i\ O'CLOCK, P.M. 

BOSTON. 

Matter for translation entrusted to Mons. T. P. will be considered strictly confiden- 
tial, translations made promptly (for the accuracy of which he will be responsible), and 
all documents left with him kept in a secure place. 

All letters, &c, forwarded by mail direct to Mons. T. P.'s address, and accompanied 
with the requisite fee and postage stamps, from persons in any of the New-England 
Plates, will be returned translated, with the least possible delay. 



j&JXal-A OOiRJRESiPOilSFIDEJSrOE 

AKD COPYIXO OF MAXITSCJ1IFTS OF EVEUV 1H.SCK1PTIOX 

In French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, ami English, 

ATTENDED TO. 

Sets of Boots Opi'nel and kept, Accounts Adjusted, Books Examined and Posted. 

ALSO 

PRIVATE INSTRUCTION, 

(Including Heading, Writing, and Conversation,) 
GIVEN EVENINGS IN FRENCH, Sr^NT.SlT, «fce.. 

At his residence. 

''•>»" Ltssons taken from May 1st to Oct. 1st, (two full Quarters, of ForUj-eifjht Lessons,) a very considerable 
deduction wilt be made from the If niter Terms. 



Cards containing Mons. T. P.'s terms as Translator and Teacher may be obtained from him at tin 
r ' : ' ■" ; and with persons desiring further information he will be pleased to communicate in writing or upon 
•*-*»onal application to him. 

MONS. T. P., 

AS TliAXMLATOR, 

CAN KEFEB. 
f "IS MANY PATRONS, COMPRISING LEADING MERCHANTS, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, 
PUBLIC OFFICERS, &C, IN BOSTON AND OTHER N. E. CITIES. 
AS ACCOUNTANT, AS TEACHER, 

" **r«antU« Firms of the highest respectability. To his various Pupils. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



THWING & COLLINS, 



rail p m b mm m n f l <m p a 
iMtiy olfi I'll 

CHAMBERS, No. 140 WASHINGTON STREET, 

N"EAJRI^Y OPPOSITE SCHOOL STREET, 

BOSTON. 



CHAS. H. THWINC. 



CHESTER A. COLLINS. 



PAUL P. TODD & CO. 



COUNSELLORS INSURANCE BROKE 



PELHAM BONNEY, 



COLLECTING ATTORNEYS. 

Coli.kctions made in everv part of the United 
Itatks, KinioPK, and the British Provinces. 

Also claims prosecuted against the United States 
Government, for soldiers' and seamen's pay, pensions, 
bounty, prize money, widows' claims, &.c. 

Our facilities for Economy and EFFICIENCY in 
making collections are unsurpassed. 

Ujr Commissioners for otlu r States. 

No. 17 State Street, Boston. 

1 Park Place, New York. 



OFFICE IN 

Brazer's Building, 27 State St., Up Stairs, 
BOSTON. 



FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, 

AND 

LTFE INSURANCE 

EFFECTED IN THE BEST LOCAL & FOREIGN 
COMPANIES UPON THE LOWEST TERMS. 



DIHIH& BOOM. 



MRS. J. J. FONTARIVE, 

Formerly of No. 16 State Street, has 
RE.1IOYED TO 

Fishing Tackle, Rods of all kinds, 
134 WASHINGTON ST., 

ENTRANCE, No. 1 SPRING LANE, 



Where her friend* and patrons will find A No. 1 
CoFFKE AND LUNCH ROOM. 



P. H. WALKER & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SCALES Af4D BALANCES 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also Manufacturers of 



Brass and German Silver Reels, Lines, Flies, Sec. 

No. 6 FANEUIL HALL sa'JARE, 

BOSTON. 



DAVIS Ac FAR.MJM, 

;GAS, STEAM? "I™ WATER PIPS, 

Lamp Posts, and Greenhouse Work. 

MACHINERYr GAS CASTINGS, 

', HYDRAULIC MAINS, BRIDGE & STEAM PIPES, WASHERS, CONDENSERS, PURIFIERS. &< 
Orders from Gaa and Water Companies, and Contractors, promptly attended to. 

Foundry near flic Kailrond Station on Fitcliburg Road, \Yaliliuu>. 

OFFICE, 82 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. 



*. J. DAVIS. 



J. R. FAKN1 •'• 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Alex. H. Rice. Chas. S. Kendall. J. Willakd Rice. Ciias. S. Kendall, Jr. 

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AND IMPORTERS OF 



MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS, 



Nos. 42 & 44 Water Street, 



Boston. 



Keep constantly on hand and offer for sale, at -manufacturers' prices, a larjro and very d< drable st< -V of 
Papers; comprising a complete assortment, suited to the wants of dealers and consumers iu a 
of the country. 

Having the exclusive agency of several of the largest and best Mills in New England, we arc a! I* I i 
supply PUBLISHERS with line and superfine BOOK PAPERS, of every 6ize aud weight, in any quantity, and 
at short notice. 



Book Papers. 

Miedtcms, RoTAts, Double Medh'ms, 
»rol nil the spei-itil sizes and qualities 
Used by !-.. k publishers. 

C"i.,jkki) Medium-, Ko.vals, Double Me- 
Bluir and Double ( bj>, glazed or plain. 

■nrtrpPupt.is, for Maps, Card Surfaces, 

-.and for colon.:* 

Kxt»a Thick l'.pers, for Factor? Goods, 
Lo* faper. i'. iiit.r*' Press Boards, Bon- 
net Biurda.&e. 



» ty contract 



APKCs of all sizes, in special lots 



Writing Papers. 

Imperial, Si)pcr-Royal»,.and Koyals. 
Mediums of various qualities. 

ESlue'and White Folio Post. 
Flat Cupn, blue and white. 
Clip Caiw. plain and ruled. 
I'a^ket Post, ruled uud plain. 

BathPi .!'. ' " 
Commercial Note Papers. 
IJiil Paper, wide or long. 



Envelope, Wrapping Paper*, 
Etc. 

Hubbard'* Hunk Rnvel 

Post Offi< e Knvelope. ii i 

Alaniila mid Junk l*a| • ' ud 

Weights. 
White Wrapping and - 
Hubbard's iiloti i - Pap. •■ 
Tissue Papers, hi . ih si i Aim « 

col m. 
Binders' Boards, a suptri -» ii 

work*. 
Straw l$>.axds. 



Rook Publishers, Printer?, Map Publishers, Card Manufacturers, and other consumers of Paper can be 
•applied with any article wanted. 

Paper Manufacturers are invited to examine our stock of Rags, Fourdrinier Wires (of English, 
, **ench, and American manufacture), Feltings, Bleaching Powders, Alum, Lard Oil, Ultra-marine, Soda 
A «h, Vitriol, White Rosin, &c. 

All orders will receive prompt and faithful attention, and be filled at as low prices rh by any home in 
j the United States ; aud ail papers will be delivered at vessel or railroad station free of charge. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



o. ive. cijApp e& co., 

New-England Depot for the sale, at Manufacturers 1 Trices, of the varieties of Goods made by the 

XATTOXAI, RUBBER CO. 



A- 




CHARLES GOODYEAR. 



Union India Rubber Co. 

Phoenix Rubber Co. 

IN". Hayward C<>. 

Providence Jiubhor Co. 

Boston Relting Co. 

USTew York Heltin^ and Packing Co. 

India Rubber Comb Co. 

Novelty Rubber Co. 

American Hard Rubber Co. 

Charles Mackintosh <sc Co. 

Goodyear's India Rubber Criove Co. 

Goodyear's Rubber Works, 

G-oodyear's Rubber Stopple Co. 

Goodyear's Shoe Association. 

New York Rubber Co. 

Vulcanite Jewelry Co. 

a. GJ-. Day Caoutchouc Co. 

New-England Car Spring Co. 

C. A. Runner. 

Every conceivable style of India RUBBER and Gutta 
PERCHA GOODS made to order. 

WAREHOUSE,, 37 MILK STREET, 
Cor. of Morton Place, Ito»ton. 



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LOCKWOOIT& LUMB, 
ra> IT m ITT Tre^l" "^^ T^?, TS», «^ 

2STO. 4 8SCHCOOH. S T :R, j3 IB T 3 

DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE NEW CITY HALL, 

ESTABLISHED IX 1848. 
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 
Nafer Closets, Wash Tins ins, Marble Slabs, liathlng Tubs, Shower Baths, Force Pump* 
Lift Pumps, Jiecr Pump 



J. LOCKWOOD. 



Fountains, Urass Cocks, Hydrants, Sheet 
Lead, Lead Pipe., Bar Lead, Silver- Plated Work, A'e. 
Leather and Jndia-liubber Hose, 
N.B. — Orders received fruui any part of the United States and Canadas. 



W. LUMB. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 61 



TRUSSES^ ELASTIC HOSE, &c. 
CODMAN & SHUETLEFF, 

7.7 & IS TJREMONT STREET . . . BOSTOX, 

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

Surgical and Dental Instruments, 

IVsMes a complete assortment of articles intended for the exclusive use of the Me«lh*al and Dental i 
-ions, have always in stove, at the lowest prices, a great variety of the following article.-, suited to the w ants 
pi the general public : — 

t :r xj s s e s_ 

A large assortment of best patterns from which to select to meet the requirements of « ach case. If con- 
venient, persons requiring Trusses slfould call at our estabiishnu nt, win re the* can have a suit iblt- truss 
rarefully litte.J by a competent and experienced person familiar with the anatom'v <•! hernia. Win u u .-.ill 
In person is impracticable, a careful description should be sent, statimr whether the rupture i« on the ri lit 
or left side; also the measure around the person two inches below the top of the hip-bone. If the rupture 
is at the navel, the measure should be around the body at the navel. 

For Varicose Veins, Swollen Limbs, and Weak Joints. Of those goods we have several classes of silk and ! 
cotton, possessing different degrees of elasticity, the stout silk being usuallv the iu,>~t sulisfactorv. lhe i 
fixes are, full length (of leg), three-quarters, half, or knee hose, knee-caps, untj anklets. 

Also Elastic and Spring Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Suspensory BanHafces, 
Apparatus lor Weak Ankles, Bow-Leas, Llub-i'eet, &c. Also Crutches of various i 
improved kinds; Syringes, Hubber tJrinals, to wear on the person day or night, for Males ami 1<-i 
Galvanic Batteries; Hearing Trumpets; Auricles and Conversation Tubes ior the Deaf; ' 
Eespirators, to prevent coughing on entering cola or warm air; together with many other arth - : 
of the sick and invalids, 

Hi' For Ladies, separate rooms, and attendance by females. — A liberal discount to the trade. 

INSTKTJMENTS AND CUTLERY REPAIRED. 



o -w 33 > m i mm** Gainer P. Kingslcv, 

IMPROVED J.}\ \\j\ ,,.j l ; ;. _'H 

;> Agent for the Pale, Pun I ".---, 

2si -. .Jr.~~£ 'J Le:i>ii ig, Kxcl care of 



Rioting f resses ! ; *• 



EAL ESTATE, 



Many are Saving and making Money hj f\ 

llSing cne. In the City and Country. 

.,1^^ MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED AND CJL- 

•i hoy of twelve can do common and fancy printing LECTIO.'. S MADE. 

^le^inted'^a X^^^^^ 91 """ I Particular attention piyen. to the A P1 rai- . 

thrice of Presses t &r*1«. *3, and ^o.| Insurance, and all other business connected ,. ■ a 

Price of un Office, with Press: $15, sJ'-W, $40, £-13, ! responsible agency. 

LOWT PRESS OrjMPANY, 17 State and 1 i2T hiie Stri: " ' 

'2:5 Water St. Boston. BOSTON. 

LOMBARD Ac Co.. 

IS AND DEALERS IN THE BEST NEWCASTLE, NOVA-SCOTIA LLC:: 
GRIT AND SCOTCH GLASS CUTTERS 




NOS. 13 & 14 LEWIS* WHARF, 

And No. 9 T WHARF, BOSTON. 

A Largo Assortment rough and finished constantly on hand. Stones cut to order. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



JAMES H. HALLETT & SON, 



DEALERS IN' 



Feathers, Mattresses, and Bedding, 



ALSO A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OK 



#17 Dock Square, and 31 Faneuil Hall Square, 

<i. G&zzk.* now©*. 



V 4<S 



Jlattrcsses Refitted and Beds Renovated in a superior manm 



WILLIAM CARL, 



DEPOT FOR 



TOQ 



KSSSSiB© Homeopathic Books, 



DEtlllTITE PililTEB, 



In Oil and Water Colors, 
! No. 20 STUDIO BUILDING, 

BOSTON. 



Decorating Churches, Halls, & Dwellings. 

££• Estimates will be given. 



Phonographic and Phonotypic Works, 
Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, 
Theological and Philosophical, 

FOli SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY 

OTSS CLAPP, 

3 BEACON STREET. 



Hunt's Axes, Cane-Knives, Machetes, 



AND OTHER 
I Manufactured of the best Cast Steel, and warranted, by the 

HJ DOUGLAS AXE MANUFACTURING CO., 
East Douglas Mass. 

SOLD BY D. D. DANA, TREASURER, 
IVo. 127 Federal Street, JSosstoai. 

KTTcOWDREy&Co., 

Manufacturers of 



pickles, ^rcscl-bc^efcimj 

HERMETICALLY SEALED MEATS 



GEORGE FERA, 

GOHFEGTIOHEH) 

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 



i IfE CREAM AXD 1)1111 SllOOJ, 

* ISh, I rmt, & Vegetables, ! 423 Washington Street, Boston. 

Grated Horse Radish, Superior Refined Cider *'• v - manufactures everv description of 

White Wine and Cider Vim-ar &c Freneli an.lCeru.an Confectionery H'orlc. I 1 

" ' • supplied with even thing requisite foragentei 

N"0S. 19 & 91 PfVRTT AWTI CTT-rrT uer or an evening party. Lee Creams, Wain and 

»»« xo QC 4.1 rui\lLA£iD bllihhlt ey Cakes, I'astry, and Confectionery, constantly m 

„„._,„ .,. baud. Parties supplied al the shortest uoti 

LOMON, MASS. Sherbert, Jelly, IUauc-Mang-e, fable Ornnnu 
EdwardT p^„ 1 ~. Every article from this Establishment warrant" I 

1 »• Cowdrey. Thos. L. Barnard, first quality, or no charge. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTS! EXT. 619 

MANSON & PETERSON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

mm sifims & rasas, 

ALSO 

PLANING, SAWING, TURNING, 

PATTERN WORK, AND MOULDINGS OF ALL KINDS, 

Cor. Border and Decatur Streets, East Boston. 

L 

JOBlNT HOLMAN '& CO., 



DEALERS IX 



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Mk 0" 



CURLED HORSE-HAIR, 

AND BEDDING OF AIL KINDS, 

60 & 62 Union Street, and 47 Friend Street, Boston. 



GEO. A. SIANSFIELD & CO., I AMARIAH STORES & CO. 



WSJlllTililll, 

36 Faneuil Hall Square A 5 North St., | 

jEfc^SSaJ boston.! 



Agent for Perkins's Cards, 



And Dealer iu 



xf k - o,t ; Ca ids, Ca rd B o a r d . 



Have constantly on hand for sale *$] 
and Wrought Iron, Steel, Brass, and ii 

HEEL AND TOE 8RONS, 

Nished and plain, of an sizes and kinds. Creeper. I Glazed, Enamelled, an>l Faocy Paprs, tc 

't every style; Sickles' Sole Protectors; Patentee's 

Agents for Saville's Stocking-Heel Protector. Orders | ^ 

;_> ..uil or express, lor any quantity, promptly at- 54 & 55 fjORNHILL, BObTO^ 



A. ROYER CAPON, 

IMPORTER OF 



1 '122-! ^ 



\^^t 11 City Hall Ave,, Niles Block, 

'r£ J 1 BOSTON. 



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MASS AC IH. 'SETTS DIRECTORY. 



JACOB HTTTINGER, MORE! & SMITH. 

DEALER IN 

ran fhi RLuTmn 

lOl STATE ST. 3 
BOSTON. 

Ice Freights for Now Orleans and other Coastwise 
Torts t» be had at market rates, at 

Hittinger's Wharf, Charlestown. 

"Tames b. bell, jSEITAMIA WAD 

NOTARY PUBL! 

AND COMMISSIONER 



KEROSENE LAMPS, 



LANTERNS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &C. 
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 



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RICHARDSON'S 



FOR ALL THE 

STATES AND TERRITORIES, 

For the acknowledgment of Deeds, Powers of Attor- 
ney. Affidavits, Depositions, &c. 

I", s. (iovermnent Passports furnished to persons 
coin" to Foreign Countries. 



IMPROVED SYRINGES, 

&c., &c, 

49 HAVERHILL STREET, 



BOSTON. 



No. 4 State, cor. Washington Street, 

BOSTON, ' I David B. Morey. Wm. C. Smith. 



TUCKER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in 

IBM lllSfllll, SP1III BEDS, 

FOLDI^NTO WOOD COTS, 
BRONZED GAS & KEROSENE FIXTURES, CLOCK CASES, &c. 

115,' 117, «fc 119 COURT STREET, 550ST«^', HI ASS. 

59 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. 

Thomas J. Fisher, Tres't. Hiram Tucker, Gen*l Sup't. Rodney S. Tay, Treas. 



Tucker, Appleton, & Whitney, 

Importers and Dealers in 



TOOLS, IMB1I 

Cutlery, and Building Materials, 
Gunpowder fur Shipping and at Retail. 

NO. 8 UNION, CORNER FRIEND STREET, 

KKAK DOCK SQ., BOSTON. 



EDSON & WING, 

SUCCESSORS TO 

a e one; e x:i) s o:v, 

Commission plcrcbanfs, 

AND DEALERS IX 

HIDES AND LEATHER, 

37 PEARL STREET, BOSTON. 

SETH n. EDSON. SEWALL B. WIS' ■ 

Cash advances made on Consignmi nts. 






A D VE RTISI NG I) EPA RT M EH T. 



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A.. TST. CLAEK & CO., 

(Successors to X. Hint & Co.,) 

29 and 31 DEVONSHIRE STREET . . BOSTON, 

Manufacturers of 



RAILROAD BELL CORD, ETC. 

Agents for the Patent Hound Belting and 1'atent Lace Leather. 



ERICAN TOOL & MACHINE CO., 

Successor* to CEO. II. FOX «fe CO., 



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45 KINGSTON STREET, 
BOSTOX. 

Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Hand Lathes, Chucks, Slide Rests, and 
Belting, on hand and manufactured to order. 

eyThe above cut represents a first-class T.aiho, with 
Nuson's L'ntent Screw -cha-iutl Apparatus attad i-d 
X.l\.— The American foot nud .»/>/. !,<:•■• Co. i\ I ■ 
~-^e JPteS*-^ only authorize*! manufu»t'.irer«; ami vender* in 1 1;<- 
tf / United States oftlie above patented up| :ir:iru.> 

\ -\ A V / Tlit* Lathe is partinthirl it.d for them 

V. \~2' r .y :V turf ot* Steam and Has I ittinjrs. It i- urrunu'e.l to be 

-X, '. / used for turning, borin:? straight or taper h«.b- 

\\ ■ \\ ^ ?'■> corks, fsu-iutr plain Mirtaces. and >«-r«.w-«-li 

\\ji \ f^/^^S Tiiis section of Shift, ruuplinjr. and llanp 

&f- .jaL_n~ represented, requires no explanation; its i 




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over the rk'id Hinder will he at oiiee -, , „ iM id . 

ated bv au\ mechanic Ii is even \va> e.ilriilaud for 

economy, being fitted with a patent box w!ii< i 

itself to the shaft, and \\ <• guarantee it to run tic •/.•< ni.'i* 

w'itIunttrr-oili»fht\wcv\>\ suving labor, friction, • 

the disagreeable, iiinl sometimes destructive, ellecls ol 

the dripping of oil from abuse. 



Gl22 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



"3?- BOOS, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Gilt & Rosewood Imitation Moulding 



s, 



39 1-^ X£iu<r>ston. Street. 



Special attention paid to manufacturing Car Mouldings, Sweeps, and 
Mouldings for Decorations and other purposes. 




foreign ft American fiatMuarc ft f)oIIfltotac. 

yyy^ia y piifiiiOiiiiiif 

IVATMAWSEIL €« STEJAKNS, 

Nos. 12, 16, & 18 Bromfield Street, Boston, 

IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IX 

Jos. Rodgers & Son's ) Planished and Japanned Refrigerators, 

Table and Pocket Cutlery^ > Ware, Water Coolers, 

Srtvsors and Nut picks, Bronzed Iron Goods, Bathing Pans, 

Kino Plated Ware, Ice Cream Freezers, Toilet Sets, 

Fine English Trays, t Cane Chairs and Settees, Baskets and Brooms, 

English steel lire Sets, Table and Floor Mats, Clothes Wringers, 

Garden Tools, French Fenders, Britannia Ware, 

Wooden Ware, French Bellows, Custom Tin Ware, 

Carved Bread-Plates and French Hearth Brushes, Chinese Gangs, 

Knives, Crockery and Stone Ware, Egg Beaters, 

Apple Parers, 

AND ALL NEW AND USEFUL INVENTIONS. 

MARJORAM'S NEW-ENGLAND C. C. COOK, 



Steam Pulverizing Sugar Works. 



DEALER IN 



Brackets, Bock Racks 

65 HAVERHILL, STREET. whatxots, 

PULVERIZED SUGAR book tkays, toilets, &c. 



Bed, Bureau, mid oilier Carvim 



SUPPLIED TO 
BAKERS, CONFKCTIOXKKS, AND LOZEXGE 

MAXUFACTUUEIIS, For sale wholesale ami retail, 

' *T ,., ,OW KSr ,«™ ,-,.„ K. , At ^ CHARLEST0WN w V 

Notk'k. — Sugnrecnt to bo Fulveiizcd will be for- : 
warded witb dispatch. Terms Cash ou delivery. Jfca -Orders promptly attended fo. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IVo. 105 Hanover Street, ISoxion. 

PAPER BOXES of all Descriptions Made to Order. 

10.> Hanover Street, cor. Friend Street, Boston. 

Geo. M, HEurrimgtoU) • . . Jigent* 

M. B. & W. ©. CHAMBERLAIN, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FhilosopMcal & Chemical • Apparatus, 



AND 






IMPOETERS OF CHEMICAL GLASSWARE. 

Catalogues sent on application. 



; No. 300 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 



WILLIAM F. SPEAR, 



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MERRIAM & Co., 



Manufacturer of 

Bookbinders' Dies, Tools, Bolls, Palettes, 
Soap Moulds, &c, 

'^4 Soliool Street, 



Opposite City Hall, 



And Manufacturers of tlu 

TOAD AND OMEGA 

Embossing Presses, 

18 AND 19 BRATTLE SQUAHE, 
BOSTON. 
Branch Or kicks, 
105 Nassau Street, New York. 
17 South Gay Street, Baltimore. 



Manufacturers of Lard Oil, 

EXTEA AID No. 1 OIL AND STEARINE FOR SALE. 
Factory at Cambridge Crossing, Brighton. 

Office, 150 State Street, Boston. 

JAMES L. QOODKIDGE. J. P. GOODRIDGE. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY, 



HUSSEY, WELLS, tt 

Manufacturers of all descriptions of 

Cg £\ &3JL mja ffi» fsstb fd T^* "W _ 
BEST REFINED TOOL STEEL, 

CIRCULAR, TSXXIJJL,, 3IULAY, A^I> CROSS CUT 

SAW PLATES, 

Reaper, Cutlery, File, Hoe, Ralce, and 
F O IEI IK S T E a L. 

Machinery, Plow, Sheet, Shear, R. R. Springand FROG STEEL. LOCOMOTIVE SLIDE BARS, 
Crank Pins. Axle-:, Piston Pods, &e. Homogeneous Steel for Locomotive Fire Poxes and Flues (warrauttd 
e.jiiul to the best English Steel). 

Particular attention paid to Cast Steel Forcings for Locomotives and other Railway purposes. 

Also manufacturers of light elliptic 

for Railroad Car? and Locomotives, effecting a large saving in weight, and furnishing a much more effective, 
elastic, and durable spring than those in ordinary use. 

AGENTS FOR 

R. HOE & CO.'S warranted patent ground EXTRA CAST STEEL Circular, MiU, Gan^, Pit, and 

Cross-Cut SAWS. 

Office and Works, Cor. Harrison «fc Pike Sis., 5th Ward, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Ofiice and Warehouse, S39 and 141 Federal Street, Boston. 

LYSANDER P. HUNT, Sole Agent for New England. 

A, JT. DEVEEEUX & CO., 

® CENTRAL STREET, 
AGENTS FOR BOSTON MILLING AND MANUFACTURING CO.'S 

Hour of Bone, Foundry Facings, &c, 

GROUND AND CRUSHED OYSTER SHELLS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

RAILROAD AND MILL SUPPLIES OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION. 

COLD ROLLED SHAFTINC, AMERICAN & ENCLISH IRON & STEEL. 



RICH, PITMAN, & CO., 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 



Trunks, Valises, & Carpet Bags. 



of every description, at Wholesale and 
Retail, 



if/ jiHEHf3^®i 82) 84, & 86 Uuion street ' 

J IV i '■■ \ i I \ y "'i \ vj ' ' 3§i \ Also all kinda of Trunk Stock at Maiwfartui 
( feOn'Al'A"* \ ^ V ' v V \ *"' Trices. Orders for Shipping or lii-pairm* 

j'.vr./i • : . <i h c r. n V \ \ \ executed proriiptly at short notice. 

'"V . \ 



' ^ -** ■: • -.j-iji'X-T; >-»i :?-^i-_ -a. ii^_ii.I'oi> 



Richard Rich, Jr. Ceo. II. rilnian. 

G. 1L Young. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. G25 



ROOK Ac 3IUL.LTKEIV, 

DEALERS IN 

ROOK'S LUBRICATING AND PURE MECCA 



I Iff! 



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Also Curriers', Wool, Lard, Whale, Engine, Spindle, Paraffine, and Burning Oils, 

75 HAVERHILL STREET, BOSTON. 

W.u. II. Rook. John Mm.mki:\. 

BAILEY & EATG^J, 

28 & 30 CANAL STREET, BOSTON, 

S2 BROADWAY, NEW YORK; 28 & 27 SOUTH WATER ST., PROVIDENCE; 
101 SOUTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA, 

Sole Agents for the sale of the 

UNION COAL JkNto Olh COMPANY'S 

PARAFFINE LUBRICATING OIL, 

from: ^ivleric^n" cajntsteIj coal, 

Specially prepared for 

MARINE AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, RAILROAD CARS, COTTOX AND 
WOOLLEN MACHINERY, AND SEWING MACHINES. 

Paraffine Wax, Paraffine Candles, & Paraffine Axle Grease. 

! UAT-EBIOE OIL REFIIVERY. 

WILKINSON, CARTER, & YEOHIANS, 

(Successors to Win. J. Parsons & Co.) 

jCOAL OILS, NAPTHAS, PARAFFINE, 

ALSO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

LUBRICATING, CURRYING, Y/OOL, AND TALLOW OILS, 

KLAl.VK, SC'OIKIXG SOAPS, Ac, Ac. 

ISTo. 31 India Street, Boston. 

r - O. Wilkinson. Chas. If. Carter. L>. M. Yeomuni. F. A. Sampson. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



BOSTON BOOT, SHOE, AND LEATHER 

DRESSING AND VAKHISH GO. 

Manufacture BOSTON DRESSING BLACKING, 

Thin or Improved Dressing for New, and Redressing Shop Worn 

or 1Y1oii!«Iv Goods. 

BLACK VA11NISH FOR EDGES, SHANKS, AND STRIPING. 

WHITE VARNISH fur Edges, Bottoms, and for Gilt, Fancy, and Embossed Boot and Shoe Tops. 

It will prevent them from Moulding or Spotting. Heel, Toe Plates and Nails will not rust. 

IlKD VARNISH. 

OAK AND ENGLISH STAIN EDGE SEAM AND BURNISHING INKS. 

Manufactured and Sold by 

BASSETT & BILLINGS, AGENTS, 
7 Bath Street, Boston, IWass. 

£r*r ITT IV IN KEGS, CANS, AND BARRELS TO SUIT THE TRADE. 



£^' 




SG 

1 The or 



N. SILVESTER, 

PEAKL STREET, E3€>ST©^ T , 



inal inventor Of BRASS EDGE PATTERNS, would call the 
attention of the trade to his Patent 



DRAFTER &GRADUAT0 



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A new and improved system for Grading Root and 
Shoe 1'atterus, by which a whole set is graded and cut 
at a time, the style of the model preserved, and perfect 
as to sue. Which results in a great savin? of time in 
cutting patterns and stock to the manufacturer. 

He also continues to keep on hand all the latest style 
of patterns ready made, or will make to order from any 
one size. He would invite the trade to call and exam- 
ine his system of grading, and Ins Graduator which is for. 
sale. < >rders by mail or express promptly attended to.t 

PEARL STREET, BOSTON. 



£~--^ 



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36. 



N. B. GOODNOW, 

BEOKEE, 

No. 5 Washington St., Boston. 

Real Estate, Stocks, Patent Rights, 
Stores, Saloons, 

An 1 Business of all Kinds Bought, Sold, and 
Exchanged. 



REFERENCES. 

- !'>n:i, Concord, N. H. 

' " 'tl v < i), Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Boston. 
p. II. Whitney, Esq. State Street, " 



GEO. B. LOTHROP & CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Safe and Store 

Door Locks & Handles 

Patent Easy Spring and Common House 
Locks, Padlocks for Eailroad Switches 
and Baggage Cars, Silvered and 
Common Glass, Wood and Min- 
eral Knobs, and Sash Fasts. 

No. 30 Exchange Street, 

Cor. Dock Square, 

BOSTOST. 



EDWARD AYERS, 



m 



6 IIAYMA12KET SQUARE, 
And 2 CBARLESTOWN STREET, BOSTON, 

NEAR BOSTON AND MAINE R. R. DEPOT. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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• TremoHt Etc and Ear IisstiMc, 

DEVOTED TO THE RATIONAL TREATMENT OF THE EYE, EAR, 
CATARRH AND THROAT DISEASES, 

Xo. 129 TRE3I0NT (Comer of Winter) STREET, BOSTON. 
DR. A. H. SWJEDLEY, 

PKIXCIl'AJL AXD COXSILTIXC I'HYSH Il\. 

Reception Hours, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., and frotn 2 to 5 r. m. (Rooms Nos. j and 6. | 



R. H. WEEDEN, 

(Formerly at Merriam & Co. -a) 

STEEL LETTER CUTTER, . 

68 Union, Cor. Hanover St., 

BOSTON. 



Manufacturer of Die Letters, Music Tools, Auto- 
graphs, Shoe Stamps, Brands, Xame and Patent 
Stamps. 

£e~* All orders promptly executed. 



SILSBY & CHENEY, 

(Successors to Isaac j;. 11k ii, 

HA€tUNISTS, 

t YCHINEllY oi EVERY DES< UirTlUN MADE 
AND REPAIRED, 

G-ZE^IR, CUTTIISTG 
Of all kinds, 1 rum 1 inch to 'J feet diam< I r. 
Sole Manufacturers nfWOODWOKTH'S PATENT 
MACHINES for Laying Hemp and M; i 11 e, 
Banking for Cotton Manufactories, Cod Lines, Seine 
Twines',' and Fishing Line.-.. 

REAR OF To SUDEURY ST., BOSTON. 
Jobbing Promptly attended to. 

THOS. J. SILSBY. WM. ( IIEXEY. 



J. W. C. SEAYEY & CO, 

MAX UFACTUKEKS O P 

■ SEWIHG- SILK, 

MACHINE AND STICK TWIST. 

And all Kinds of Twisted SilU, 

™2:ZT$R*tA BOSTON. 

J. A. BOWMAN. > „ J-» v i^r .*. wr J. * . 

MILLS AT CANTON, MASS. 



Joseph I\. Grose, w 

Manufacturer of all kinds cf 

PAPER, BOXES 



W. II. MASON. 



Agent for the sale of Cottage and Excelsior 



ORGANS, 



X 



109 COURT STREET, 



! Bew and Second-Hand Instruments 

FOIl SALE LOU. 

Church and Cabinet Organs and L'ianos Tuned 
.Minora Untitling, and repaiml at 

I'P Stairs, a lew .lours from Hanover Street,) \QQ SUDBURY STREET, 

BOSTON. BOSTON. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



ALFEED MUDGE & SON, 

Steam Power 

BOOK AND JOB 

fgrinte, 

;M Scliool Street, 

Opposite New City Hull, 

I30BTOM. 

Printers to the City of Boston. 



Eng'clhardt & Flick. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

PAPER BOXES, 

No. 4 Howard Street, 

2d Door from Tremont How, Up Stairs, 

M.Ej.gjjgrdt, Boston. 

All orders will be promptly attended to. 



HILLS, TURNER & HARMON, 

Impoiters of 

WIIil¥ &LASS 9 

No. 39 ELM STREET, 



KDWIN A. HILLS, 

I Ul I-l.Klt" A. TUKNEB. 

\\ VL1 Kit ItAUHOX. 



.to; 






®s las ^MIlBmi?D 

Manufacturer of all descriptions of 



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Engine- Turning, Polishing - , Springing 1 , and Repairing of all kinds, also 

Gold and Silver Plating, 
151 WASHINGTON ST. & 7 HARVARD PLACE, I 

OHi.ee> 151 Washington Street, Boston. 



N. IJ. —Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. 



n'v-ra- JOB F. BiHEI, B - L peabody, 

| -J;./ >r^\ ,\\X\ Whole-nlo and Retail ' j Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Md o' ok s,: Carriage Wheels, 

' ' i-O SASEES, i EUBG, SPOKES. RIMS, 
V -.1 : .\: -:;^.™j Ami : Seats, SIoiv*. IMnnks, &c. 
s«£iaS!a«B> BLINDS, — 

Glass, Balusters, &c. SALES-ROOMS : 



: No. 558 Washington Street, . 72 Kilby Street, Boston 

Corner of Harvard St., BOSTON. 



Manufactory at Worcester, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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CHAS. E- PwlEYER & CO., 

IUPOKTER9 OP 

L00K1HG-GLASS PLATES, WINDOW & PiCTUHE GUSS, 

And Manufacturers of all kinds of 
MOTJJL,I>i:XGS, OVAL FRAMES, 

PIER, MANTEL, AND OVAL MIRRORS, 

7 & 8 HOLMES' BLOCK, HAYMARKET SQUA11E, 

AND 105 & 107 FRIEND STREET, BOSTON. 



PATTEP4SOX & LAVENDER, 

Successors to James Patterson, 
Manufacturers of 






COUNTERS AND DESKS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

43 & 45 Cornhill, & 28 Brattle St.. 
BOSTON. 

A lar^e assortment of the above jjoods constantly on 

hand. Orders from the country promptly attended to. 

J. PATTERSON. S. LAVENDER. 



T. C SAVORY, 

BANNER & DECORATIVE 



13 TREMONT ROW 

BOSTON. 



MiUtnrff Standards, Banners, ' Via 
Painted and furnished at short rioti •. 



WILLIAM F. SCHRAFFT, 

CONFECTIONE 



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Manufacturer of and Dealer in 






WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, 

No. 11 ELM STREET, BOSTON. 



FORMERLY A'l 



LIOT ST. 



FRENCH LUSTRE 
OIL 



PASTE BLACKING 

Will Polish over Oil or Grease, and 
Preserve the leather. 

BEX J. JI. BOM), 63 film St., Bosfii. 

GENERAL AGENT. 
W. W. AT^I.N & ©OiV, 

3 2 PANEUIL HALL SQUARE, BOSTON, 
ACENTS. 



HAWES & hers: 

Manufacturers of Stationary, Fortu 

STEAM EKG' 

KERSEY'S PATENT ROTARY ' 

Force, liiff, :i"il Air i 

Sugar-House Machinery, Myer'a y 
Machines, Scfew Bolts, and G 

Machinery. 

CORNER OF SECOND & E 

SOUTH BOSTON. 



jY, 



era! 



IS., 



Walter E. Llaw 



Franciu C 



Ch:u 
erst s . 






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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



GEORGE SPXUHGALL & GO., 

Manufacturers oi 

Harnesses ^jBlgjiP' Description. 



Fia 



III* 



every 



Nos. 1 and 3 SUDBURY STREET, BOSTON. 

Horse Collars, Whips, Fly Nets, Horse Clothing, Horse Brushes, Carry Combs, Chamois, Sponges, 

Faucy Bags, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. 

BEOKGE SPRINGALL. JAMES CAMPBELL. 



Watts, Howard, & Williams, 

Manufacturers of 

PLAIN AND FANCY 

I PAPER I WOOD BOXES, 

22 Bromfield Street, 

!Up Stairs, 
I S. It. Watts. R. C. Howard. H. H. Williams. 



GEO. L. STEARNS & CO , 

Manufacturers of 

§? atcnt $m\nm& ^m\ pp* 

Pure Block Tin Pipe and Sheet Lead, 
Also Dealers in 

IMPROVED CAST IRON PIPE AND 
FITTINGS, 

COPPER & IRON PUMPS , HYDRAULIC RAMS, &C. 
129 MILK STREET, 

Geo. L. Stearns, TF^^^fc^-^r^-*^ 

Wm. J. Bride. XJOSIOIli 



mm* iS#li®t llf#l« 8toM«| 

ESTABLISHED IN 1803. LICENSED BY U. S. 

broker's Me el Rich and Yalnable Goods,! 

Comprising :i great variety ot valuable and useful articles. 

FOR SALE AT ONE DOLLAR FOR EACH ARTICLE. 

Eor additional terms and conditions of sale send for circular. 
! The Stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Photograph Albums, Hemp and 
Wik.lUni^rp.-tin-s, lings, Boots and Shoes, Cutlery, Writing L'aper, &c., &c. 

ANDREWS & CO., 106 SUDBURY ST., BOSTON, MASS. 



'Jfc 



Successor to John W. (rafts & Co., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

BEEF, pork, um, ins, 

TALLOW, PIGS' FEET, TRIPE, &c. 

Corner of IF unit Sixti* Streets, 

@js GF&l£Y7WV'$!r& "OT ST^ §3 752^ ;;"!* T^T ^ 
&> r . J Lv- ) --:J Jul iEuul Ju^uLPSS' Jul i&PA v tfl<9 

N. B. — Tripe, Pigs' Feet, and Sausages, Tucked with care for Slapping. 



ADVERTISING DEPAJITMENT. 



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§. A. W(KM)S & CO., 

MACHINERY DEPOT, 

01 & 69 Sii(II)iir) St., i; : u. 
ENGINES, 

BOILEES, & MACHISl 

New and Sccoi i] 

Woodbury's Patent Planing, Tonga ing, and Grooving Machines; Gray& Wood*' Pain • • 
Planer; Moulding, Mortising, and Tenanting Machines; Lathes, Planers, and Drills- S 
Planing Cutters, and a general assortment of Wood and Iron U'orkiii" Machinery 

Particular attention given to buying and shipping machinery, Xc\ for the South and \\ '■ -• 




JAPJES W. ¥^ILSOfJ & CO., 

Successors to Roberts & Wilson, 

BLACKSMITHS & MACHINISTS. 

79 AXD §i IIAVERIISJLI, ST., BOSTOX. 

Manufacturers of New, and dealers in New and Second-hand Machinery, Belting, Sit ifili -.1 
Plainers, Engines, Hoisting Wheels for stores, &c. Critcherson's Improved Cruck< i M.i 
and constantly on hand, and we would call the attention of bakers to them 1< i"r<- j.i.. 
Hank Vaults, Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes, Doors and Iron Shutters made to order. \, 
Abbott's improved Jig Saws. We are sole manufacturers of 

AftfiAZEEN'S PATENT SHIP'S WINDLASS BRAKE. 




iffft; 



Amazeen's Patent Windlass Brake. Patented Xorembcr i, 1S56. 

This improvement over the old style of Gear is in- 
valuable for vessels in the coastwise trade, as one 
man can do more than two at raising the anchor, and 
•it the same time the cost is but a trilie compared with 
Us utility. 



Of every variety, for th«« « 

COMMONS, CEMETERY 

Pulslic Buildings, Private Kr.i t 

Also Iron Vases, Grave Bord< r- • 
Hat frees Umbrella Stands, I 



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CLARK BREWER & SONS, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 



V-^ j^ Cj?p xi-, 



i\ T?> c? 



IHARLES B M'.hrU. 



BAEDER & ADA" 

m.vnita< rrr.i ■.- • 

G-LTJK. 



-.& fcs^l IS BLACKSTOXE ST., R0S1 



I 



Snuff & Tobacco, 



Gelatin, Curled If ", I ' ' 
Flint and Sand i'. ' 

Cloth, Ground Klii.l ml him-rv. p 
tilers' Hair, and Si its' I 

STORES: 



H SOUTH MARKET STKEET, | g^^^^S^Sf, 
BOSTON. 



Highest prices given for Glue Pieces, I. 

Hides, Cattle Tails, Horn-, Bom -.«-.•• ■ -. -■ • 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Boston Steam & Gas Pipe Works. 



lAH 9 



x^x*jurxx'^ 9 jl?u r , & GO., 
3 & 4 HAYMAHKET SQUARE, BOSTON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



LAP WELDED EOILEE FLUES OF ALL SIZES, 

GALVANIZED IRON PIPE & FITTINGS 

FOR WATER. 

BRASS AND IRON FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, 

stiam Boilers, Heaters, Coils, Indicators, Gas Lighting Apparatus, and everything 
appertaining to Steam and Gas. 

l\ 1) & Co will (T ive tlioir personal attention to the construction of Steam Apparatus for Warming Fsc- 
*' tories Hotels, and Public Institutions. Also Pipes conducted through Buildings of all kinds, 
for (Jas ; and all work done in a neat and workmanlike manner. 



JAWS BUAHAX. 



XAHUM M. DO\T. 



OLIVER S. BARRETT. 



lllIIIIilllllilMfflmaiMi. 



Solo Proprietors and Manufacturers of 



nllEU V a 5Jiu mhujH; i 




EMERY CLOTH, 

Of superior quality and all grades, 

No. 15 Central Street, Boston. 



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\!/ i .. U l J/ 

— •-; , - .. 

"p |'( 

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*• H]»-RY SLEEPEH, - Agent, 
N.VUITM M. now, 



Treasurer, 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 






:o3e:o.:o «s? co., 

Machinists, and Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary, Portable.-, Pile Driving, and H 



smmjkm s^Gf-iarEs. 



We would ca 1 ! the attention of the 
all the working parts of the Engine are 
built on an iron frame (like a common 
Stationary Engine), thus avoiding the 
heat from the boiler to the working 
parts of the Engine, and the strain on 
the machinery caused by the expansion 
of the boiler, making both Engine and 
Boiler more durable than the usual 
style of Portable Engines. 



public to our Improved Portable Steam Engine, 








VO v V 







IJ.i-.~-1- IXt^HL, 







V 



Pile Driving Engine. 



Portable Engine, Cpright Boiler. From 4 to 20 [lone I 



Portable Engines constantly on hand. Altering and Repairing done at -hort notice. 



F. IV. BIRD. 



BORDER STREET, EAST BOSTON, MASS. 



J. WKHRl r 



AMEE1GAH WATEE WHEEL GO. 



BOSTON", lM^SSACKCXJSFJXTS. 

PI 



Manufacturers of 

Warren's Celebrated 

TUKBIWE 

WATER WHEEL 

REGULATORS, and 

MILL WORK 

Of every description. 

The late improvements 
in this Turbine render it 
the most economical, dur- 
able, simple, audi he cheap- 
est of any now in use. 

A pamphlet containing 
complete engravings of 
the Warren' l'mbiue, a 
treatise on Hvdraulies, 
prices, &c, will be for- 
warded toupplii ants [two 
stamps enclosed), to anv 
!'it-t of the L'niou. 

Address 

11 Mill, 

Ascent, 

2sro. 31 E^:c^:A.isr<3-E street, boston 

MANUFACTORY, 3S7 FEDERAL STREET. 




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GOLD & SPURR, 

l?o. 22 BROMFIELD STREET, 

(UP STAIRS, THIRD FLOOR,) 



JOHN T. COLD. ) 

WILLIAM H. SPURR. j 



BOSTON. 



Dials made to fit Watches of every description, at the shortest notice. 
Cold and Silver Dials painted. All orders promptly attended to. 



S. A. KING, 

11 Winter Street, Boston, 



PORTRAITS FROM LIFE, 

IN ALL STYLES, 
OH PAPEK. PORCELAIN, or CANVAS. 



TRICKEY & HILTON, 

No. 55 HANOVER STREET. 



Copies of Daguerrotypes, Ambrotypes, Photographs, 

8» '., made of any required size, and finished 

by the best artists. 



Pafkr Boxes of all varieties 
made to order. 



W. M. Trickey, 

Wm. Hilton. 



as u ax*< 



All orders by mail or express will be promptly 
attended to. 



UNION 

Depot, 102 Central Street, south side State-street Block, 
J. S. CHASE, Agent. BOSTON. 

TO CONSUMERS OF PASTE AND SIZING. 

Your attention i»- respectfully called to this article. By the aid of machinery in it" manufacture we are 
able to produce an article of Paste superior in quality and cheaper than any thing of the kind now in us< . 
| jwrfcctly line, and will not ferment.. Put up in barrels, half-barrels, and kegs. 

READ THE FOLLOWING. 

Mp.SSKfi. J. S. Cuasr k Co.: 

Gfntlentn,— We have used your Paste for the past six" months, and can unhesitatingly recommend it 
to all consumers of" Flour Paste," a* lining fully up to what you claim for it. 

GEO. H, DICKEUMAN, Manufacturer of Paper Boxes, Advent Building. Green Street, Boston. 

BINNEY A CO., Manufacturers of Paper Bags, 64 Kilby Street, Boston. 

<>. W. SAGE, Manufacturer of Trunks, &c, 542 Washington Street, Boston. 

FLEMING & HASKELL, Bookbinders, Sudbury Street,' Boston. 

J. WELCH, Paper Hanger, 27 Province Street, Boston. 

JOHN I.BROWN & SON, Proprietor of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." 

WM. SMILEY & SON", Root and Shoe Findings, Haverhill. 

JKKEMIAH ('CUTIS & SONS, Mf'rs of Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, 115 Fulton St., New York. 

MOUSE RUGS., Proprietors of the Uising-Sun Stove-Polish, Canton, Mass. 

HAYWAUD & CO., Manufacturers of English and French Breakfast-Coffee, 25 Haverhill Street, 
Boston. 

WE ARK ALSO MANUFACTURING 



"A PREPARED LIQUID PASTE," 



lleut article f< 



dl find this an exi 
' u ■ *dl find the preparation sold by us for that purpose jus! 
iry oar paste, and you will never be without it. 



me M 



uptrior to any preparation of gums or mm ia jc now iu use, and at much less cost. Boot and 

'■*- chaunelliug. Persons desiring au article for pasting ]■<. 
it what is needed. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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WILLIAM ASPINWALL, 

e0$..SftELLOK &T LAW, 

^0 >Stfate Street, Boston. 

Mr. Aspinwall gives special attention to Law Business of all kinds in 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Twenty-five years' experience in this branch of business enables him to transact it with despatch and 
economy, a* well as to advise upon all matters such as Successions, Claims, Patents, &c., involving questions 
of foreign law and procedure. 



EDW. S. BATCHELDER, 

Manufacturer of 

Photographic, Ferrotype, & Business 
oa.:r:o s. 

ALSO, 

STEAM JOB-PRINTER, 

17 HARVARD PLACE, 

BOSTON. 

N. B. Particular attention to Card, Album, and 
Envelope Embossing. 







Wt- 



SEWIWG MACHINE. 

A. B. LINCOLN, Agent. 
323 Washington St.. Boston, 



¥M. BODWELL & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



mm GiiLiis and. cur 

UNDERSLEEVES, WAISTS, &C. 

No. 3 WINTEE STREET, 

BOSTON. 



OVER CHURCHILL & WATSON'S. 



LYNCH'S PATENT 

DOUBLE- ACTION. 

RUBBER MOULDING, 

WEATHER STRIPS. 

I: >- only kind which will TOTALLY exclude, cold, 
r*in, dust, noise, and odors, from DOORS and WIN- 
|M >\Vs. \Vt- warrant this moulding to do it. It is 
: ' oheapest and best kind now in use. It saves a 
l *fg«; per cent iu fuel. 

F. O. RAYMOND & CO., 

p c , Opposite fP:?V. •- 

•> Scollay's Building, Boston, rark-street church. u w«> J- ^- 



TUTTLE & CUTTER, 

(poke <^raite, Confmionrrn, 

AND CAKE. 

Xo. 110 Tremont Street. 



636 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 




FAIRBANKS & BEARD, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

BlffllUflBi i WGfiffi WATERS, 

PORTER, ALE, CIDER, BROWK STOUT. 

LAGER BEER, DRAUGHT ALE, CAMERON'S SCOTCH ALE, ETC.. 
HOWARD ATHEN.EUM BUILDINO, HOWARD STREET, 

MOSES FiIP.ilA.VKS. JOSIAH BEARD. 

_ ~~c7&^7ji()LLisr 

1111), No. 20 CU5T0M-K0TJ3E STREET, 

OLD CUSTOM-HOUSE BUILDING. 

DEALERS IX 

B jobs, tm, mm, 

' i'i -J0 CLOTHES PINS, XEST BUCKETS, 

iiSiiiMrilr m ^ pi : s > fl s r B , ox r' &c ' 

„. £3^ Large order.'; filled promptly at a very 

20.GUS70M HOUSE STREET. smaiiproSt. ■ 

J. E. CAME & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

With Patent Improved Combination Cushions and Patent Pocket 
Irons ; Billiard Balls, Ten-Pin Balls and Pins. 

^^7*3 BALLS, CLOTHS, CUES, CUE POINTS, 

pf, Cwe Cutters, Cue Wax, Cue Wafer*, 

Maces, Bridges, Pockets, Pocket Trimmings, &c, ci u 
^ "Vi"" i " stautly on hand. 

£3?"* Repairing of all kinds done at short notice. 

tL*^ No. 114 SUDEUEY STREET, BOSTON. 

FELTON & WATERS, 

DISTILLERS AID HSGTIFIEH3, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of Domestic Liquors of best quality, and are able to 

at the lowest ca-li prices. 

Banchor's "AnRelica." French and Cologne Spirits. Extra Puro Spirit3. Alco 
Shamrock Gin. Tremont Brandy. Cider Brandy. 

Fine Old Honongaliela ttye, Old Family Rum, and Bourbon Whiskn*. 

All goods delivered at anv Depot, Packet, or in the < itv, free of expense, from Crystal-Spring 
Distillery, (.', corner Fifth Street, South Boston. 

Address, OFFICE, 220 STATE STBEET, BOSTON. 




ADVERTISING DEPAR1 MEXT. 






11WHMP!!'? MUMP!! ' IT ' 




DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS. 



ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Still enjoy the reputation of manufacturing 

THE BEST RUM IN THE STATES. 

Duly Authorized by State License. 



THE SUPERIOR QUALITY AXD PURITY OF 



fcJIWUlSfil^SJ llifili B.U 



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For the past forty-three years has made it everywhere known as the Standard Rum. No pa 
to maintain its purity and high reputation. 

The public is cautioned against imitations and counterfeits. 

ORDER DIRECT FROM US, and we will warrant perfect satisfaction. 

ADDRESS ORDERS BY MAIL TO 

M E D F O 33, 33, M A. S S., 

AND ORDERS BY EXPRESS OR OTHERWISE TO 

o«>o Commercial Street, X$o>;i on, 

And they will receive prompt attention. 

DANIEL LAWRENCE So SONS. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



DANIEL JT. CARRUTH & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 

dffiB^JL& Tobacco, SnufT, Cigars, 
p|f m WINES, ALE, PORTER, «g 






^C/.*^* CIDER, 

1STOS. ei Sz 63 EIL,^^CE:ST03SrD3 STREET, 



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I). J. CARRUTH. 



BOSTON 



S. P. MAR.- II. 



HENRY JONES Ac CO., 



DEALERS IX 



OAK & YELLOW PINE, SHIP TIMBER, 

Locnst and White Oak Treenails, Treenail and Planking Wedges, 
Deck Plank, White Oak and Hactmatack Knees, 

Loouet and Red-Cedar Timber, White-Pirie Masts, Maple, White Oak, and Gum Keel Pieces. 

OFFICE, No. 32 CONGRESS STREET . . BOSTON. 

DABF AT ISO BOKDER STREET, EAST BOSTON. 

and Cargoes of Timber and Plank delivered to order with despatch. 

GEO. H. MASON, 

Manufacturer of 

Japanned, Plain, and Stamped 











Railroad, Ship, and Street Lanterns. 
IVo. 154 <fc 158 BLACKSTONE STREET, 

INear Hay-market Square, 
BOSTON. 



Richardson's Norfolk Ale, 

PORTER, AND 

PARKER HOUSE ALE, 

S. C. BIXBY, Agent. 

No. 12 Devonshire Street, and Nos. 1 and 2 City Exchange Building, 
Congress Square, Boston, 

Where this SUPERIOR BEVERAOK may be found in Barrels and Bottles, and on Draught ; 

also in Kegs, expressly for family use. 

KT Stuck XX and Amber in email or largo quantities, of the above celebrated brands.-** 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. C39 



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HORSE & CARRIAGE MART 





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67 & 69 Portland, and 190 & 192 Friend Sts., 

BOSTON, MASS. 

HORSES, CARRIAGES, AND HARNESSES 

At Private Sale. Auction Sales every Saturday at 10 o'clock, A. M M of Horses, Carriages, and Harnesses. 
Consignments solicited. Prompt returns made of salts. Storage for Carriages at reasonable rates. The 
National Sale Stable is in connection with the above. Horses received from all parts of the New-England 
States, New York State, and the Canadas. 

MOSES COLMAN &' SON, Proprietors. 

3IOSES COLMAN. E. C. COLMAN. 



E^P^ f! r\ /HI nss% rzm r~rr* 

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111 \/ m a# mm y u a 

THE UNDERSIGNED AEE PREPARED TO FURNISH TO ORDER AT 

SHORTEST NOTICE, 

Hard Pine Timber and Flooring Boards 

FOR BRIDGES, WHARVES, FACTORIES, CARS, AND SHIPMENT. 

WHITE PIME AND OAK TIMBER. | 

With extensive Mills Eastward we make a speciality of furnishing 
SlPiR/rjTCIE LUMBER S^-WEjD TO IDIIMIIElKrSIOT^-, ; 
and can deliver either by water or railroad, thus securing prompt delivery a' abort notice. 

JAMBS &. STBTSOH, 

-X.t, lO STATE ST., J30STOTV. 

WHARVES AND DOCKS, 

CORNER OF FIRST AND E STS., SOUTH BOSTON. 



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HAWTHORNE & LOUDON, 

PUIMBEBS, & DEALEHS III PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. 

]\os. lO unci 14 Province Street, Boston, 

Second door from School Street, opposite New City Hall. 
ROBERT HAWTHORKE. JAMES LOUDON, 

N. B.~ Orders received from any part of the New-England States. 




FAJMLTJLTSr ZD^TZE COLOBS. 



Black. 

Black for Silk. 
Dark Blue. 
Light Blue. 
French Blue. 
Claret Brawn. 
Dark Brown. 
Light Brown. 
Snuff Brown. 
Cherry, 



PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 1863. 



Crimson. 
Dark Drab. 
Light Drab. 
Fawn Drab. 
Light Fawn Drab. 
Dark Green. 
Light Green. 
Magenta. 
Maize. 
Maroon. 



Orange. 

Fink. 

Purple. 

Royal Purple. 

Salmon. 

Scarlet. 

Slate. 

SoU'urino. 

Viofet. 

Yellow. 



For Dyeing: Silk, Woollen, and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons. 
Feathers, Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel. 

jEnsrox*cr ^o-wsun ! ! 

Patented Sfny 29, lftft. This is an article for washing without rubbing, except in very dirty place*. 
wl ■; v.. ] rv.iuirf a ver\ slight rub, and unlike other preparations offered for a like purpose WILL NOT 
K« >T TM E CL< i Til ES, but will leave them much WHITER than ordinary methods, without the usual wt-ar 
and :*>ar. 

In entirely new invention for instantaneously Silver-Plating articles of Brass, Copper, German Silver, 
Bronze, &c., and for Cleaning and Polishing Silver and Silver-Plated Ware. 

EOWE & STEVENS, 260 Broadway, South Boston. 

For sale by druggists and dealers generally. 



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IB. ID. W A S H B U R IT, 

MANUFACTORY & OFFICE, 

\ 131 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON. 

4 BLIND El SASH MAKERS SUPPLIES, 

Blind Hinges, Fasts, Glaziers' Points, Barbed Staples, 
« - ^ Paints, Finishing Nails, fine 3d do., 

A Carpet Tacks, 

a KINGMAN'S ROOFING MATERIALS. 



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FOR CARS, DECKS, AND BUILDINCS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 641 

I 



crosby & Mons~rc, 
JEWELLERS, S! LVERSfVUTHS, 

, AND DIAMOND CUTTERS. 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

\ RICH WATCHES, SILVER AND PLATED T?/ARES, 

MAKUFACTURERS OF 

THE: 3TIIVESX KIIV33S OJP JEWELRY. 

24:0 Washington Street, 

Corker OF T i.Oy n V Jf ' I 

CENTRAL COURT, JO'CfiJ X, Ulli 



W. C. DONALD & CO., 

3Ianufacturer3 of and Dealers in Common ami Superior 
ft| ^«^ #S^ ^^ M>^W^^ ^v« A» ; ^ffl^ ^?^ ftjjl ^ *^ ^^ g 

FINE CUT AND BOOK INK, 

French Lithographic Ink, 

Colored Inks and Varnishes, 

Gold Size and Bronzes, 

AND FINE QUALITIES OF LAMP BLACK. 

OFFICE, No. IS SPRING LANE, BOSTON. 

FACTORY AT ANDOVER. 

WILLIAM C. DONALD. CHARLES II. IXGALL3 



SETH W. FULLER, 

S.m.la-l! MMW&- E R, 

No. 25 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON. 

AJL.X* ICINX>S OF 

BOUSE BELLS, FOOT AXD GONG BELLS, AND SPEAKIXG 

TILLS, BUT IX OBI) LB. 

JACKSON'S ANNUNCIATOR. 



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DrFICE140 WASHINGTON OPPOSITE5CH00L S* 



T. WILSON STRATTON, 

Collector, and General Business Agent, 

OFFICE, MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, 23 STATE ST., 
BOSTON. 



OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO 11 A.M., AND 3 TO 5 P.M. 

Special attention paid to the Adjustment of Claims, of every description, throughout the Union. 

Prompt personal effort given to the Collection of Derts, Dues, and Demands, in Boston and vicinity : 
also to the recovery of Personal Property, on Lease or Mortgage, upon breach of conditions. 

Kfiits collected; Non-paying tenants ejected; Legal Documents of every description promptly and faith- 
fully executed; Books posted; Accounts made out; also Copying at short notice and on reasonable term". 

Physicians requiring the services of an experienced Collector will find in him an efficient aud reliable 
representative. $.&- All business entrusted to his care attended to with fidelity and dispatch. 



WILLIAM EDSON, 



SOLICITOR OF 



American and Foreign Patents 



Studio Building, Room Ho. 10, 

110 TREMONT STREET, 

BOSTON. 

Letters Patent Procured, Caveai3 Filed, 
New Machines Devised or Designed. 



EUREKA 

CLOTHES WRINGER. 

THE BEST IN THE WORLD. 

Simplicity, Economy, ai!>! 
durability combined. War- 
ranted with steel Eliptp 
Springs. The only entire ■ 
»y Self-Adjusting Wrinoi • 
$t£L in the world, being always 
7j.SH, f~^ ready for every sized garment, 
•Li-'- S^Vv^i without any alteration whai 
7--.L-S-4' * \- ^~;~~ ever. 
v -^Lil' ; - '& {i &Lr The Im prove n 1H ' 
' : ^=- Z^j-»>g^r--j Rolls now used in the t. • 

~~ - ' L ~ ^ = ~- reka, with ordiuarv care, 

last for rears. Manufactured bv the EUREKA «'• 
W. M. CO. T. J. ALEXANDER, Vift. 

Factory at Waltham. 113 COURT ST., BoatoS. 



PARKER & SLEEPER, 

DEALERS in 

MAHOGANY & FANCY WOODS, 

PROPRIETORS OF THE MOST CELEBRATED 

I*atteiit Veneer Oiittiiig" 2*X»eliiiie 

IN THE WORLD. 

173 Blacfcstonc St., near Haymarket Square. 

FACTORY, corner PORTLAND & TRAVERSE STS., 
Harbison Parker. T6>/n\(3CfJ 

J. c. sleeper. in>\tv >j is • 'J ^ " ' 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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C. J. PETEES & SOjST, 

Stereptypers and Electrotypers, 



No. 13 Washington Street 



Boston , Mass* 



Books, Pamphlets, Cuts, Newspaper Matter, and every description of work Stereotyped or Elcctn 
it short notice. 

Mutter from any office can be readily duplicated in Stereotype, as low quadrats, »paci -, rir.i lead* ar-' us< d. 

JOBS AND CUTS STEREOTYPED OR ELECTBOTYPED, ON WOODEN 

OR SOLID BODIES. 

C. J. PETERS. C. J. PETERS, JR. 



JOHN PORTER. & CO,, ROGERS ^V CO., 



Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 



Importers and Dealers in 



VARNISHES AND JAPANS 1 01 B&Y, 

CHIXA AM) GLASS WARE, 



OF ALL KINDS. 

Porter's Patent Burning Fluid, | 
Porter's Coaline, Kerosene, 
and other Coal Oils. 

101 «fe 103 WATER 8TKEET, BOSTON. 

Lubricating Coal Oil*, Benzine, Camphene, Alcohol, \ 
Carbon Fluid, Whale, Sperm, and Lard Oils, 
Candles and "Wicks. 

J. TORTER 



Plated Ware, Britannia Ware* 

Table Cutlery, Lamps, itc. 

105, 107, & 109 FEDERAL STREET, 



, A LV AN ROGE RS. 

I GEO. E. ROGERS. RftSTflW 

J. A. Gould. CH arles a. Rogers. JJUOlUlii 




km\^M\vm^ 



goston Commercial (Collene. 

No. 94 TREMONT STREET, 

(UP STAIRS.) 

Practical Instruction in penmanship, Book-kee] 
Business Correspond! ace, Navigation, IY-k-gra; 
Drafting, Elocution, &c. 

DAY AXD KVl-MNO SESSIONS. 

J±. IJ. B3XX., Triii. 



J. HEBBEBT SHEOD, 
CIVIL ENGINEER, 

AN® SURVEYOHL 

Barrister's Mall, 7 Court Square, 
BOSTON. 

Professional attention given to Warming and Ven- 
tilation, Laying-out Public and Private Estates, put- 
ting in JVater Works, and to Agiicultural Drainage, j 

UOSTON ORNAMENTAL IKON WOBKa 

J. WARREN TUCK & CO., 

(Successors to Chase Brothers & Co.) 

IRON &JUUNGS t BEDSTEADS, BRACKETS, 

Office and Bank-counter Railings, Cemetery and Garden Furniture, Tree Guards, Vas< 3, 
Fountaius, Summer Houses, Stable Fittings, &c, an a 

BA3TK AM) SAFE LOCKS. 

burglar and Combined Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, House Safes, Bank-vault Doora aud Linings, 

of the best unit. rial. 

No. 15 WINTER STREET, BOSTON* 

AUKEN TUCK. 



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G. A. FLIN1 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



GILEQH WALKBiR, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



[^MA LASTS & BOOT TREES, 

* * ^ BOfeJTO^, MAS.S. 



No. 117 NORTH STREET, 



[TT- BOOT AND SHOE LASTS of all kinds made to ordor, with 
all tho MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. 



SPOITORl) & HOWARD, 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



3DK,^.XJC3-i3:TI3Sra- 3 

No. 16 DEVONSHIRE ST., 
£ SEES?" I BOSTON. 



WOOD & CHESTER, 

Sawing, Turning, and Planing, 

Nos. 18 & 21 Harvard Place, 

Opposite the Old South Church, BOSTON. 



SWEEP, FRET, AND CIRCULAR SAWING. 

PATTERN, 31.0DEL, ifc OVAL TURNING. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FIELD AND PARLOR CROQUET. 



MARTIN & SWEETLAND, 

DEALERS IX 



And Manafacturert of all hinds of 



55 PEARL STREET, BOSTON. 



CHARLES WILLIAMS, JR., 

Successor to 

HINDS & WILLIAMS, 

Manufacturer of 

I Telegraphic & Mag 
P-S.BATTK 




w*r.ti 



i netical Apparatus, 
0ALYA5IC BATTERIES, & 



i Wholesale & Retail Dealer I 
1 1 in telegraph Supplies, j 



CHANDLER SEATEE, 

PHOTOGRAPHIST, 

27 Tremont Row, 

BOSTON. 



I rnrrn«r «'in Photographs taken in all varieties of t! 

\ 10 J COC 1*1 » I m fished i n it,^ or wa ter colors, and warra 
J minot's buildings, j entire satisfaction. Old Daguerrotypea 

$0P enemw 



BOSTON, MASS. ' finished as good as the best. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 645 

\ €3. PATCH Ac CO., 

AGENTS FOR THE 

FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE. 

It haft the Reversible Feed; makes four different stitches, Lock, Knot, Double Lock, and Doubh 
it runs lightly, sews rapidly, and is almost noiseless; it dots the heaviest nr lim-si work 
without change of tension or machinery; it turns any width of hem; tVlls, Tucks, Hinds, braids, U . 
yuilts, and duos everything that can be accomplished with a Sewing .Machine. Also 

!tt A3* I FACT IRKRS ACT) I> E A I * I 3 It S 

In Sewing-Machine Needles, Shuttles, and Bobbins, Machine Silk, Cotton, Thread, Screw 

Drivers, Oil Cans, Oil, and every variety of Sewing-Machine Trimmings, at 

No. 141 WASHINGTON STREET. 

Manufactory, corner of Charlestovm Street and ITaymarkct Square. 

C. PATCH & CO. ----- GENERAL EASTERN AGEXTS. 



J. R. ROBINSON, 

CONSULTING AND SUPERINTENDING 

. 2S STATE STREET, 
BOSTON. 

MBTCALFS STEICIL ROOMS.: 



^ri^rxm^^^-^^^ Wholesale and Retail. 



Agents supplied with Name Plates for marking Clothing with Old English, 
Writing, Italic, and Roman Letters. 

BRASS^STENCIL ALPHABETS AND FIGURES, 

Of many sizes, very low at wholesale. 

INDELIBLE STENCIL INK OF SUX^EniOR QUALITY. 

Stencil Dies, Brass, Brushes, Zinc Frames, and all Stoncil Stock, in any quantity, always on hand. 
Letters or Orders promptly attended to. 

M. J..MET0ALF & SON, No. 101 UNION STREET, BOSTON, I 



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SAIL MAKES, 

And Manufacturer of 

ITALIAN AWNINGS, TE1TT3, FLAGS, ( 

WAOON tOVEROf.S, SACKINGS, .fee. 

W Commercial St., comer South Market St., (Up Stairs,) Boston. 



K. M. V. keeps constantly on hand a p.od assortment of A* rung htnpes, o vanoiw j att riw. a 
* IMMOTH TJiXT, suitable to accommodate i.oou persons to dine, and other tents 01 m ., 

•'' t»u reasonable term*. Also Flags of diflereut nations and Stkkamkiw to Let on most reasonable t. rms, 



646 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



GLAZIER, MAREAIN, & CO., 

TV SUMMER STREET, 

SLinufaeturers of 

HOOP SKIRTS. 

Importers and Jobbers of 

Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Buttons, and Fancy Goods. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN FAN COMPANY. 

AGENTS FOR TILE UNIVERSAL I*AI»ETt COLE ATI. 



DUGHEMIN & GRAY, 

PATTERN & MODEL MAKERS. 

Patterns of all descriptions executed with neatness and dispatch. 

£rtP Particular attention given to Models for the Patent Office, either in wot 
f «'"ss, or iron. 

37 Haverhill Street, Boston. 

P. P. DUCIIEMIX. W. H. GR M 



W3RK3HIT «Sc POTTER, 

BOOK AID JOB PRINTERS, 

ISTo. 4 SPRING LA.NE, 

IX-vonshire Street, ; BOSTON. 

PRINTING OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Done at the shortest notice, and at the lowest living prices. 

The fastest Job Presses and the most beautiful Type in the ivorld are to be found in out- 

establishment. 

A. J. WRIGHT. K. K. POTTER. 



A. C. MASURY & CO., 

Wholesale Dealers in 

FLUIDS, NAPTHAS, BINNACLE, & WHALE OILS, 

Also Sole Agents for the sale of 

28 INDIA. STREET, 

»1 A. WMlEKLER. 1 (OrrOSITE HExVD OF CENTRAL WHARF.) BOSTON. 

1'articular attention paid to Orders for Shipment, in Cans or Barrels. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. C IT 

IMPORTANT TO SHIP OWNERS. 



HEBARD'S BINNA CLE OIL. 

We claim this Oil as one of the most important discoveries of any age. It i.s harm- 
less and safe as Sperm Oil, as it is perfectly unexplosive, which at once renders it the 
most valuable and desirable production ever presented. It is without a rival as a 

BINNACLE AND TOP LIGHT 

for vessels while at sea. It will not go out (if the lanterns are properly ventilated) 
during the most violent motion of the vessel in storms. 

It will keep in any climate, improve with age, and remain perfectly limpid in the 
coldest latitude. It may be stowed anywhere on shipboard without danger to life, ship, 
or cargo. It is, therefore, of infinite value not only to shipowners, but to underwriters 
and crews. No ship should go to sea without it, as it is both safe and reliable in heat 
or cold. 

Below we give a few of the many testimonials of those that are using it. 

The above Oil, and tubes to go with it, may be had, wholesale and retail, of 

IB. IF. lEIEIB^IRX) & SOIST, 

14$ BROAD STREET, KOSTO\. 

ALSO, OF 

MNHB k VANYLIET, 16 West St., New York, and BOLTON BROS., 52 k S i West Pratt St., Baltimore. 



TESTIMONIALS. 



Office of the Boston, Norfolk, and Baltimore 

Steamship Co., BOSTON, March 30th, 18G6. 
Messrs. B. F. Hebakd & Son. 

Gentlemen, — This is to certify that I have been 



Boston, Apr 
Messrs. B. F. HEBARD & Sox. 

Sirs, — This muv certit'j that I have u 
Binnacle Oil for our signal lights for some 1 
have found it the best fur Hint nurpose 1 '.: 
«mg vour Signal and Binnacle Oil for some time, on j used, as it gives a better light with !«•>« fro 
Ward the steamship " Geo. Appold," and lind it to be \ no crust to wicks; and I have uu hesu 
lite cheapest oil, and giving the best light, of any I \ mending it to others for that purpose - 
have ever used. \ ours respectfully, 

S. HOWES, 
Captain of Steamship " Geo. Appold." 



4, l&OG. 



Office of the Neptune Line of Steamers, 

Boston, March 31, 1860. 
Messrs. B. F. Hkbard & Son. 

Gentlemen, — This is to certify that I have used 
- ,n -r Signal and Binnacle Oil for more than six 
! :ir, "ths, aiid I can truly say, I never had such good 
.'■■•hts before using your oil, as it remains perfectly 
r°P'd during tiie coldest weather, and 1 consider it 
I'rfectly sate under all circumstances. 

Yours respectfully, C. (>. BAKER, 

Captain of Steamship " Neptune." 



K. i.. BEAK 

Steamer " Wrens," of Veptu 
Line to .New \ ork aud 



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Portland, April 2, lsoo. 
wm.B. F. Hebard & Son. 

Sirs, — This may certify that we have used your 
:i ""le Oil for our signal lights only, during the 
'■}• ■!■, and have found it the best for that purpose 
'Ve ever used, as it gives a bettor light with less 



'Uble. I have no hesitation in recommending i( to 
:Hr 3 for that purpose an the best oil we have ever 
Very respectfully yours, 

JNO. J. LISCOMB, 
Master of Steamer " Montreal." 



Office of the Boston, Norfolk, and Baltimore 
Steamship Co., Boston, April 
Messrs. B. F. Hebakd «c Son. 

Gents,— Having used your Signal < >il for about 
ten months, I can recommend it as the beat oil tor 
that purpose 1 have ever used. 

Respectfully yours, W. A ITALLET, 

Master Steamship " Win. Kenned j 

BOSTON, April 6, ll»6fi. 
Messrs. B. F. Hebakd k Son. 

This is to certify that we us.' Hef«wl'» Bit 
Oil for signal light on our steamers, and can recom- 
mend its use as a good article. 

( ;!.<>. KNK.n rs, 

Captain Steamer " Lewiston, !'• 
and Boston Line. 

Office of Titcher, Fuller, k Co., 

Boston, April, In 1 -". 
Messrs. B. F. HEBARD & SOX. 

This is to certify thai we have used Hebard's 
Binnacle Oil, and have' found it to suit our customer j 
better than any Binnacle Oil in use. 

1'ITCliEK. FULLER, k ( 0. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IV 

illiil^uM id Hud iMhhvlmmd) 

AND MILL GEAHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 




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MANUFACTURERS OF IMPROVED 

in f\ it% bbs) ^ '^ qis w» ^ ^ m* <*& *^ rf) 
&> v^ *&&> ^> >fek> ^^ «a \Asi vfe&j^) *» ^?4 ^y& t-i j 

Of all sizes, for Grinding Grain, Salt, Coal, Spices, Coffee, Plaster, &c, &c. 

MACHINERY of all kinds for FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS, and 
Mill Furnishings of every description. 

DUTCH "A^ICER" BOLTBrJG CLOTHS, 

Mill Pick-, Spindles, Steps, Bushes, Bails and Drivers, Smut Machines and Separators, Bran Dusters, 

Flour Packers, Screen and Bolt Reels, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Hoisting Screws 

and Bails, Corn and Cob Crackers, Screen Wire, &c, &c. 

Best Oak-Tanned Leather Belting constantly in Stock, 

AT MANUFACTURERS' TRICES. 

FRENCH BURR POWER PAINT MILLS, for Grinding in Oil, double and si 

Putty Mill", Mixers, and all kinds of Machinery used in the manufacture of Paints and Colors. 1. 
Dye Chasers, Dye Wood Cutters, aud Machinery for Pulverizing Cochineal and all Drugs. 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

A. H. BRAINARD'S IMPROVED IRON POWER PAINT MILLS, 

For Manufacturers, and Brain auiVs Hand Paint Mills, for Painters' use, various size-. 
IMFBOVED TIKBIXK WATER WHEELS. 

Nos. 9 and 11 Haverhill, and 2 Beverly -Streets, Boston, M 

Flour or Grist Mills contracted for entire, if desired, with Engine or Water Wheel. 
E. 0. HOLMES. JOHN' W. BLANCH I I 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. $49 



WILLIAM COUPE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



SMET FEM m MIMi BEIT MEG, 

Picker and Thin Narrow Machine Belt Leather. 

PATENTED MAY S, 18GG. 



— ALSO — 



VARIOUS K!N0S OF WHITE LADE AND PICKER LEATHER. 

SOUTH ATTLEBORO', MASS. 

KINSLEY IRON & MACHINE^ 

Canton, Mass., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

All Sizes Merchant Bar-Iron, 

Locomotive Forgings, Castings, Machinery, 

FINISHED WAGON AXLES, HI'BS & AXLES, STUB AXLES, JIGGER 

OR CRAM AXLES, 

Half Patents Loose and Solid Collar Axles, 
CROW BARS, CLAW BARS, PINCH BARS, 

Railroad Splices, Drill Moulds, Tire Benders, Truss Shapes, 

Windlass Necks, Ladles, 

CAR & TENDER AXLES, CART BOXES, &c. 

Oliver Ames, Prcs. Frank M. Ames, Agent. Edw. R. Eager, Tn •-. 

M. LINHELD & SON, \ A. D. RICHMOND & CO., 

LAST MANUFACTURER, 1MS fiiR mSM, 



STOUGHTOX, MASS. 



BOOT TREES MADE TO ORDER. 



OFFICE, No. 8 BATH STREET, 

BOSTON. 



PLt'JIBEK.S, 

No. 103 N. Water Street, 

NEW BEDFORD. 



650 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



ROBERT IF'TTLTOIL^r, 

(Successor to .Jforan <C Fulton, J 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

SHOE, CIGM, OYSTER, FISH, M BREAD KHIVES, 

AND 

PEG A. ~W L S. 

ADDRESS E. M. REED, Executor, 

MAiVSFIELD, MASS. 



FRANKLIN REED, 

Manufacturer of 

BRICK PLASTERING TROWELS, : 

COEIEK, GARDEN, & POIITTIHG TROWELS, ; 

SfflOJS KWIVJES, bke.io knives, 
Brad Awls and Brad Awl Ifafts, Pegging Awls and Pegging Awl Hafts 

— ALSO — 

SNELL'S PATENT COUNTER MACHINE & CHOPPER, 

ROLLING MILLS & SPLITTING MACHINES, 

STRIPPING MACHINES, 

And all Machines formerly made by S. A. W. PARKER of Stoughtou. Also an assortment of 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Also all kinds of ' 

SMALL MACHINE CASTINGS. 



ALL O IX T> 3ES IX S PROMPTLY E X E C U T E I>. 

CANTON, MASS. 



DILLINGKL-IA.M & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SILVER PLATED COFFIM HftNDLSS- 

AND 
COMPRISING 

SCREW CAPS, ESCUTCHEONS, ST CDS, TACKS, LINING TACKS. 

A I- SO 

SILVER PLATED COl II N MOULDINGS, «Cc-. 

NORTH ATTLEBORO', MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



651 



GJL*Jk.1PlP> dS3 COOK, 

(Successors to Jo.-liua Gibbs. 3d) 



fam 



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I 



W 



LIVERY & BOARDING STABLE, 

OFFICE, 8 & 9 FOURTH ST., NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 




DHL". G-. CX COLE,, 

Manufacturer of 

fl ADO T A f*W€* 

l#A-JtniA-4i.J!i0| 

44 THIRD ST., NEW BEDFORD. 

Particular attention paid to manufacturing light 
style of Carriages of every description. 



OIL & GUANO. 

L. BRIGHTMAN & SONS, 

FAIX RIVER, MASS. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

MENHADEN OR POGIE OIL 

FOR CURRIERS' USE. -Also 

Fish Guano by the Barrel or Quantity. 
WORKS AT KINGS NOSE POINT, 

BRIGIITMAN'S COVE. 



TIFFANY BROTHERS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BieHEH &E;ikT : H;ER 



-i 



ALSO WHITE AND PATENT LACE LEATHER. 
ATTLEBORO', MASS. 



HILL BROTHERS -&c CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR 



/CAST STEEL FILES, 




TAUIVTOX I'lfiK WOUKS, 

TAUNTON, MASS. 
Kr PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE MANUFACTURE OF SAW FILES. 
ALL FTX.ES AVAKKANTED. 



ADVERTISING PEPA KTM ENT. 



653 



Yimmi 5IAKUPACTCKIi\fi CMSMSY, 

CHARLES R. AT WOOD, Agent, Taunton, Mass., 

Manufacturers of 

Superior Black Lead Crucibles, 

(BY NIMMO'S PATENT PROCESS.) 

Also of the CELEBRATED PREMIUM STOVE POLISH, 

An article excelling in labor saving and durability for use on Stoves, Range*, Grates, Sec. 

AGENTS. 
' MAY & CO., No. 1 Broad Street, Boston. I PATTERSON BROTHERS. 27 Park Row. N'ew York. 

DALTOX & LNGERSOLL, VJ Union Street, Boston. WALTER CRESS* »N, SO I Commerce St., Phil., Pa. 
! W*. A. ENSIGN, 238 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn. | M. KEITH. Jk., & SON. 25 S.Charles St., Baltimore. 

! 




UNION FUBMAGE 'COMPANY, 

WEIGHT & THOMAS, Proprietors, Taunton, Mass. 

Manufacturers of 

HKES, COMIilG, PaBLOB, HID OFFICE STOVES, 

From new and approved patterns, with a choice variety of 

HOLLO "W" "W .A. J& IE. 

CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER. 
ALL WORK DONE WITH NEATNESS & DESPATCH. 

A SHAKE OF TTJBLIG PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 



I C0MMEHC1AI (01 

(First established in Taunton, Sept. 1, 1858.) 

23 North, cor. of Leonard St. 



PENMANSHIP & BOOKKEEPING! 

i 

PRACTICALLY TAUGHT. 

my Emplovment furnished to Graduates. Op<'n j 
Daj and Evening. I 



A. L. BLISS, 

MAXUFACTURKR OF 

CONFECTIONERY 

AT 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 
57 BAIN STRKtT. 

ALSO AT 

TAUNTON DKPOT, 

Westminster Street - - Taunton, Mass. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



STAPLES & PIIILLirs, 



DEALERS IX 



Jl S [j I r: l bb *\1 P P r !5 H" ftp 1 P H S" nn c '; a 



Cordage, Oil Vitriol, Guano, Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ground Bones, Poudrette, &c. 
All kinds of COAL for family use. 



LEHIGH, BITUMINOUS, & ANTHRACITE 

€f©ATL 




*3 ! 



^^•- ^> 



Eur Manufacturers' use, by the Cargo, at Philadelphia prices. All kinds of Merchandise freighted 
to iiiitl from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all Southern Ports at low rates. 
Goods sent to our order will be forwarded free of charge. Communications 
by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. 



WEIR TILLAGE, 



TAUNTON, MASS. 



M AN UF ACT U R E It OF 

Parlor, Office, and Cooking Stoves, 

RANGES, AIR-TIGHT CASTINGS, HOLLOW WARE, &c, 
TAUNTON MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



R. S. GIBBS & CO., 

vmnCHANT TAILORS. 

Abo Dealers in 

Eeady-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, 



ROBERT S. CIBBS 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Nos. 1 and 2 POCASSET BLOCK, 
FALL RIVER, MASS. 



CEO. W. CIBBS. 



DR. J. A. KREIS 

Invites all those who are suffering from the following 

diseases, such as 

Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scrofula, Neu- 
• ralgia, Rheumatism, Swellings, 
Corns, or Warts, 

TO CALL AT HIS ROOMS AND BE RELIEVED. 

58 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 

PALL RIVER, MASS. 



FRANK B. CA1UI, 

_--^ /-^>fpr^/y. Dealer in 

Wi{ $j WATCHES, 






CLOCKS, 
J H I ; = AND JEWELRY, 

V =-::N V '-' " i ) Manufacturer of 

-=^M- - Plain Gold Rings, 

33 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 
FALL RIVER, MASS. 



A r . IB. BIGELOW <fc SON, 

Manufacturers of 

WEAYE1S' HARNESSES, 

"With Top or Bottom Loop or the Double Knot Harness. Also Dealers in 

HARNESS TWINE, MULE BANDING, OILS, VARNISHES, &c. 

All Work Warranted. Orders lit spect fully Solicited. 

Nos. m and 11 POCASSET STREET, 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 



A. E. BICELOW. 



O. E. BICELOW. 



DANIEL BELCHER, 



MANUFACTUUKU OF 



MALLEABLE IROH CASTINGS, 

METAL PATTERNS MADE TO ORDER, 

FROM SAMPLES OR DRAFT. 

Orders addressed as above, by Mail, to EASTON, MASS., promptly 

executed. 



C56 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



HIFJAE73 WEBB, 

ACCOUNTANT, 

OFFICE OVER WILLIAM COOK & CO.'S, 

IVo. 81 Ui\IOX STKEET, IV EW BEDFORD. 

Books Posted ; Accounts of Voyages made up ; Agreements, Bonds, Conveyances, 
and Deeds drawn. 

All business appertaining to Custom House Entries attended to. 

REFERENCES. — Col. C. B. H. Fessenden, O. Seabury, Esq., II. F. Thomas, Taber, Read & Co. 
J. S. Ltounvy, William Wilcox, E. Maxfield, W. W. Crapo, Esq. 

OLIVER E. GIFFORD, 

mm. SB& a nm mih&, 

PAPER HANGER AND GRAINER. 

Also Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

PAINTS, OILS, LEAD, JAPANS, VARNISHES, SPIRITS TURPENTINE, GLASS, 
PUTTY, OCHRES, GREENS, «fcc. 

SOUTH WATER, COE. SCHOOL ST., NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Also Agent for TARE & WONSON'S PATENT COPFER PAINT for vessels' bottoms. 



KILBURN, LINCOLN & CO., 

MACHINISTS, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS, 

FALL RIVER, MASS., 

, Manufacturer of 

TXJRSI2STE WATER WHEELS, 

la of MILL GEARING, PULLEYS, SHAFTING, Washing and Drying Machines, Starch Mangier.-, 

For Print Works. 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS, HYDKAULIC PRESSES, AND MACHINERY GENERALLY. 
Also all kinds of Pipe and Heavy Castings made to order. 

I. C. KtLBURJT. j. T . LINCOLN. H. C. LINCOLN. C. P. DBISO. ; 

COGGESHALL Ac CO., 

fA ^3m m UNDERTAKERS, | 

1 ^ q|^- 1 22, 24, & 26 WILLIAM STREET, 

Mr \-4 NEW BEDFORD. 

Give personal attention to the care and burial of deceased persons, furnishing ever 
rtyle and quality of Collins, Casket, or Dress. Also furnish Chemicals, Preservers. Ho - 
Carriageg, & c ., &c. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



65 



LINCOLN DRAKE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 






0) r^j) 

EASTON, MASS. 



W* 



g#~ Particular attention paid to SMALT, MACJIIXJCJIY CASTIXGS. 



THOMAS LEONARD, -jJK_ 

1 F 



MANTFACTURER OF 



Kalian and Rutland Marble > gag 






m 



AXD OTHER MARBLE WORK. 

WAREHAM, MASS. 

(Opposite the Depot.) 
g All Work delivered free of charge. 



H. H. BRIG-HAM, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALT. KINDS OF 

IRON, ZINC, & COPPER, 

SHOE BAILS; 

ALSO 

Shoe Tacks, Channel & Hungarian Nails. 
South Abington, Mass, 

X. B. — Business devoted entirely to the Shoe 
Trade. With thirty years' experience and a new 
steam mill adapted expressly for the business, I trust 
I can furnish a superior article. 



R. V. MERCHANT, 

Igcvdiimt fkilw. 



Elegant Tailoring Goods made to order in the 
toost fashionable manner. Personally selected bv 
'•• V. Merchant, and furnished at the lowest cash 
price. 



EAST WEYMOUTH, Mass. 



S. .A.. SNOW, 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of 






If 






+eS*iS> 



BOOTS & SHOES, 

Main Street, Chatham, Mass. 



MRS. MARY L. RICHMOND, 






mmwil 



y im. 



VBINGTON, MASS. 

» 

Special attention paid to Midwifery and 
Diseases of Women. 

; Residence, Centre Avenue. 



AMOS PRATT, 

Manufacturer of 

Skein Sowing- Cottons, 

' SHOE COTTONS, 
Cotton Twines, &c, 

EASTON, MASS. 



G.38 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



BENJAMIN A. CHACE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

brUUii iiitHf cHiilil bliWlisll UUliUl3d, 



AM> 



SUSPENDER AND HOOP SKIRT TARNS 



AT 



NORTH DIGHTON AND FALL RIVER, MASS. 



vCl>j 



■WILLIAMS & HATCH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
SUPERIOR 

EIGHT-DAY BRASS 

^TIMEPIECES 

AND 




: 









RECIVLATORS, 

WARRANTED INFERIOR TO NONE 
OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE. 

NORTH ATTLEBORO', 

MASS. 




LE BARON & PURRINGTON, 

Manufacturers of 

bhatoed rope IjinlW^FC, StOVO.V 



GEO. W, MAOY, 



IJHf MEAD HALTERS! agricultural wares. &c ., & 

Patented Aug. 9, 18M. MAIN ST., NANTUCKET. 

PROPRIETOR OF 

iMACY'S DAILY EXPRES 

Post Office Address, Mattapoisett, Mass., 

TO ITYAN'MH. 
Of N. S. HUBBARD, Agent, Springfield, Mass. 

All orders promptly executed. Office in Boston, U Court Squa 



Warranted to be .1 pafe, stout, and durable article, 
P.Ting general satisfaction wherever they have been 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



659 



NEW BEDFORD PARAFINE 

LUBMCATINGOIL G0BIFAN7, 

WATSON liYMEuS & CO., Proprietors. 

PARAFINE AND" 'LUBRICATING GILS. 



PARAFINE WAX. 

Factories, First, cor. Grinnell St. Also foot of Howlaud St., 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



SAMUEL LEONARD & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PERM AMD WHALE OILS, 

SPERM Al" B PATENT CAUDLES, 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



AGENTS. 

MIXER, WHITMAN" & CO., 15!' Front Street, New York. 
MIXF.lt, WHITMAN & CO., W Broad Street, Boston. 



JOHN W. PEIROE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



OIL km WATER CASKS, 

SHOOKS & TANKS. 

ALSO 

BSALEE U IRQS HQOPS. 

99 South Water St., 

New TJetlforcl. 



LLOYD N. PEIUCE, 

COOPER, 



AND DEALER IN 



SECOND-HAND OIL CASKS, 
No. 190 South Water Street, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



WILLCOX &, BABNETT, I SHORT, ADAMS & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



JEWELERS' " T00LSJ' Electrc " PIates: 



3, 



3 

SUCH AS 

■ver and Screw Presses, Small Lathes, 
Upright Drills, Burnishing 
Lathes, Stamps, &c. 



OPPOSITE DEPOT, ATTLEBjRO', MASS, 



Having the most improved apparatus, and best fa- 
cilities for coloring jew< Iry of every description, we 
are prepared to execute orders ou the most favorable 
terms. 



U'TI riMfclMU V l I 1 C 11 ICO All work done with care and despatch. Our best 

llilibllhU i\lL2j>, JLidS. reference is our work. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



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^■p & B^Jf^ 



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MANUFACTUEKES OF 



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Ar- 



8RITMI1, GERMAN-SILVER, and SILVER-PLATED WARE, 

TAIT2STTO 3ST, MASS. 



MULii^u BiiU 1 iitn5 ££ LU. 

(TAUNTON COPPER MANUFACTURING COMPANY), 

TAUNTON, MASS. 

Smelters of Copper and Zinc Ores, and Manufacturers of 

COPPER. YELLOW METAL, AND ZINC SHEATHING, 

OEKENSSON SHEETS, 

Bolts, Nails, and Spikes, Copper Stove Boiler Bottoms, and 
Calico Printers' Rollers, Zinc Paint, &c, 

ALSO GALYANIZE11S OF IHON. 



SELLING AGENTS. 

A A. FRAZER, 124 State Street, Boston. j F. WIGHT & CO., 2.12 South Street, New York. 

W ILLKTS .t Co., :w\ Feari Street, New York. | E. PRATT & BRO., J'.' South Charles St., Ball 
S\ . A In .Lorn & Co., 254 South Street, New York. W. S. GRANT, 124 South Delaware Avenue, L'liila. 

si AUK. STAUFFFR, & CO., New Orleans. | TLBBS & CO., San Francisco. 



A. WEINMANN, 

Segar Manufacturer, 



AND DEALER IN 



TOBACCO, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 
fOBACCO BOXES, CIGAR CASES, Ac. 

HOTEL SBTOBSHS, TABHTGH. 



HATHAWAY & SOULE, 

v MANUFACTURERS OF 

Gents' Fine Calf Boots 

MENS' CONGRESS & LACE BOOTS. 

— ALSO — 

Boys' auci Youths' Lace G 
PLEASANT STREET, 

(Near City Library Building,] 

K.A."ou.r ay 1 New Bedford, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 06 1 



D. S. & J. Q. DBCKERMAN, 

74- Weir Street, cor. High, Taunton, Mass. 



TJl V^ T O *®° 2VJ7 CM. C O. , 

IVIAKTJFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 



SHOE IsT-A-II^S .AJXTID BRAIDS, 
Cloxit, Ti*viiilc, and Finishing; IVails, 

TAUNTON, MASS. 

L. F. DUDLEY, Agent. 

; TATJ1TT01T OBUCIBLE CO., 
TAUNTOX, MASS., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



IMF/ 



RUCIBLES, 



AND FAVORITE STOVE POLISH, 
JOSEPH L. PEESBKET, AGENT. 

GORTON'S COfclPOUfJD 

m BALM' OF GILEAD, 

— «L=^ FOR INTEEltfAL AND EXTERNAL USE. ^L^ 

S&7?J5 Ctf#j£ #Off CHOLERA, DIARRHEA, AND DYSENTERY. 

ALSO COUGHS, COLDS. CURES ALL ACUTE AND CHRONIC PAINS. 

SOLE AGENTS, HARMON & WASHBURN, 

37 WASHINGTON STREET, TAUNTON, MASS. 



MA.NlFAi rUUEUS OK 

DOOKS, SASHES, BLINDS, & WOOD MOULDINGS, 

ALSO SAWING AMI PJLAMM*. 

JOHNSON", NEAR WEIR STREET. 
HARDWARE constantly on hand ut No. G WEIR STREET, TAUNTON, MASS. 









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GG2 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



A J>. m DAVEIJPOET & IIASOIT, 

p^»TiIlflMllflSMIIPl!ESS 

Offices, 7 City Square, Taunton ; 11 State Street, Boston ; and 
65 Broadway, New York, 

Forward daily to Boston, New York, New Bedford, Nantucket, 

Fall River, Newport, and through other Expresses, 

East, West, North, and South. 

Jia- Notes, Bills, and Drafts collected. Jiills of Exchange and Passage Tickets to Liverpool and I 
forma for sale at this ollice. 



WILL^-IE^ID <5c HL-A-ISriE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



White Lead, Zinc Paints, Verdigris, 

COLORS, PUTTY, &c. 



DEALERS IX 



Oils, Spirits Turpentine, Benzine, Japnn Varnishes, &c. 
WEIR VILLAGE, TAUNTON, MASS. 

A. L. WILLARD. ALBERT F. LANE. 



PRESBREY ST0¥E LINING CS., 

TAUNTON^ MASS. 

FOR FURNACES, RANGES, STOVES, &c. 

Linings of all kinds made from patterns to order, Bakers' Oven Til* • 
8, 12, <f- 10 inch, constantly on hand. 

All orders for the above articles answered at the earliest moment, carefully packed, and delivered at t 
»ejK>l iu Tauaton. /)£> After which they will be at the risk of the Consignee." 

WILLIAM B. PRESBREY, AGENT AND TREASURER. 



L%, B. H. BAKER, „ , I ZEBINA BLAKE 






DEALER IN 

~hJL B W. &- 

OF ALL KINDS, 



DUSK, BDfiTlMG, AMD ROPZ 

constantly on hand. | Cherry, Black Walnut, Ash, Maple. W • ' 

«„,, t r , . 7 Wood. Also, Pine, Spruce, &c 

rents, Awnings, &c 9 made to order. j 

Flag and Curbstone , Moulding and Fire >«* 

Sails Furnished at Shortest Notice. always on hand. 

EAST WATER STREET (WEIR), WEST WATER St. (Near the Copper rt'orl 

, -tatjotoh, m&zz. I WEIR VILLAGE, TAUNTON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 661 



TJ^TJlNTTOIsr, IMI.A.SS., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Copper and Iron Tacks, Carpet, Brush, and Tinned Tacks, 

Common and Patent Brads, American and Swedes Iron 

Shoe Nails, Zinc and Steel Shoe Nails, Finishing Nails, 

Annealed Trunk and Clout Nails, Boat Nails and 

Hob Nails, Fine twopenny and threepenny 

Nails, Channel, Cigar Box, and Chair Nails, 

Gimp Tacks, Leathered Carpet Tacks, 

Lace Tacks, Glaziers' Points, 

&c, &c. 

Any variation from the regular size or shape of the above-named goods made from 

samples to order. 

ALBERT FIELD. GEO. A. FIELD. JAS. 15. FIELD. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 






THOEliAS & WILSON, 

OF ALL KINDS AND SHAPES. ALSO 
CIKCLF, FOU JfcICE^ZSE'S Jl\» OTHER (MM)I,AS, 

AND DEALERS IX 

Clay, Sand, and Kaolin, of every description. 
WEIR TILLAGE, TAUNTON, MASS. 

G. B. THOMAS. <i. W. WILSON, 2d. 



Porter Britannia and Plate Co., 

Manufacturers of every description of 

BRITANNIA AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, 

TAUNTON, MASS. 

GEORGE T. ATWOOD, Agent. 

DEPOT, 3G PARK BOW, NEW YORK. 



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i 



LUCAS & COOK, 

MANUFACTURERS OF SHIP, HOUSE 

A1NT8, AND FINE COLOR! 

COACH JAPAN, AND LIQUID DHYER. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

White Lead. "V. tK French Verdigris. 

P7itte Ztwc, Afe^^^^ I^re Blade, 

Imperial Green, ^J""^-^^'-4^'^^\^ Common Blade, 

Marine Green, V - v . . i^^ Boiled Linseed Oil, 

Bronze Green, ^^ ^ ^^ ; ^ ^^^ Japans, Dryers, d<\ 

COPAL VARNISH, BRIGHT VARNISH, GLUE, PUTTY, 

Spirits Turpentine, Sand Paper, Brushes, &c., &c., Ac. 
FACTORY A^D STOKE, 

CORNER SCHOOL & FEONT ST., 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



i Persian Green, or Paris Green Imitation. 

In offering this ^Jyh^^ /&& the market. It is 

article to Dealers 'S^^A^Fh^'^^^-'^^l particularly adapt- 

and Consumers, we ^/^J^'yy^^^^^^ ' ed for Painting Win - 

do so with perfect ; "^7 -"" f/fe*sjjji ,/\ {■ * dow Blinds, an' 

confidence that it is ;~" \ ■ '" >< ; - "^ ,"•. ;^ kinds of ornamei 

superior in point of • 0^^S^^T^' ] work, having a cov- 

Brilliancy, Durabil- /'}'' V / / ; -^-^ ering power unsur- 

ity, and Economy to tf^^T" passed by any otliei 

any other Green in •^.,- 3^S^2^r^^ Green. 

TRADE MARK. 

Our LIQUID DRYER for House Painting is just the article needed, as 
very quick and hard, and readily mixes with oil. One halt-pint of this Dryer to a 
taw Oil makes an od far superior to boiled oil, as it dries much harder and quicker, ai ' 
sticky, like boiled oil. Put up in cans, half-barrels, and barrels, at prices satisfactory. 
ranted to do as recommended, or no sale. r . 



ADVEKTISING DEPARTMENT. 665 



jr. rt. wir,ivivv:\rss, 

FliRES BBIOI 



For Iron, Copper, and Gas Manufactories, 

South End of West Water Street, Weir Village, 

TAUNTO UNT. 



LOCOMOTIVE BEICK, BAKERS' OVEN TILE, & CYLINDER LININGS 



CONST^iNrXLY OUST H^ISTD. 



ggf 3 Orders for Fire Brick, Stove-Linings, Tiles, &c, directed as above, will be promptly 
attended to. 

A SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 

MED 17 AY MACHIHE COnPAT! Y, 

MEDWAY, MASS., 

Are prepared to make to order and furnish all kinds of 

SPINNING-FRAME REPAIRS ; 



SPINNING and TWISTER RINGS, BOLSTERS.. STEPS, and SPINDLES, LIFT- 
ING-RODS and BUSHING, SPINDLE WHIRLS and STEPS, CAPS, Old 
SPINDLES Ground and Straightened, and BOLSTERS and STEPS 
fitted, Old RINGS Repaired, and FLYER FRAMES Altered 
into RING SPINNING. 

ALL ORDERS DIRECTED TO W. T. CARROLL, AGEM. 

N.B. — We give particular attention to fitting old Frames with new Lifting-Rods and Bushings, and tit- \ 
*ing the Ring-Hail in its proper place. 

R. BRIGGS & CO., 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

(WfimiyimjiPEjiiGUc, 

MILLBURY, MASS. 



Factory Supplies constantly on hand anil for Sale Iotv for Cash. 



factory Leather of all kinds, Ready-Ma.de Belt*, Factory Brushes, Krooms, Drai 
Spindle, and Loop Handing, Baling Paper, Loom Shuttles, Pickers, dec, ifcc. 



GBORGS L. BR0WN2LL 



OFFERS H.iP. SALE, AT HIS 



jparriagre BJCanxifactory Ac Repository 

COR. THIRD & CANNON STS., NEW BEDFORD, MASS., 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 



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4£^ 



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INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL C K I.I.H KATI.I) 



SIDE-SPRING, BROWNELL-TOP BEACH WAGON OR CARRYALI, 



I'm 



«H curry Four Persons, arid wreiphs only 350!b3.,) Extension .t Standing-top Carryalls. L*i»si 
' OS!i i (ioddari.) Pattern & Light-top Buggies, Open Buggies, Wagons ov ai.i. kind*. 
''■'rri :./,;, x r „- aK -patterns desired Drafted and Built to Order, and sent to all part* of the cow 
' •''" co "'«o»V», including Xice Harnesses, of all descriptions, furnished Co order. OrdkuS soi.u i ' ' 

6. 0. BARKER, Sup't. GEORGE 1^. jmoWM' 1 ^. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 667 



STETSON & TALBOT, 

IIOLL1STON, MASS., 

Manufacturers of 

IEON, ZINC, COPPER, AND TINNED 

American and Swedes Iron Shoe Nails; Zinc and Copper Shoo Nails and Tncki; 

Zinc Countcr-junk Head Shoe Nails; Channel, C'itjnr-Hox, and Chair 

Nails; Hungarian Nails; Gimp Tatk*; Carpet Tacks j Lnco 

Tacks; Brush Tacks ; C'anl Tncks ; Miner*' Tucks ; 

Upholsterers' Taeks ; Glaziers' Points. 

CsP Any variation from the regular size or shape of the ahove-narned goods made from samples to 
order. 

houghton *& Eix>^orv, 

(Successors to RICE & HOUGHTON,) 

Manufacturers of 

EXCELSIOR ALPHABET BLOCKS, 

PATENT BUILDING BLOCKS, 

TOY MONEY SAFES, SOLITAIRE BOARDS, WOOD OiGE BOXES, 

And a general variety of 

*W OODEN TOYS, 

HUDSON, MASS. 

J. T. HOUGHTON. GEO. W. EPSO N. 

WILLIAM H. W X L X^ I S, 

fr%l\y g* SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESSES, 

! Sip I -J ENGINE & SHIP'S HOSE, 

m LEATHER BUCKETS, BELLOWS, TRUNKS, 

^ ; '-r -'_; -..J^:'r"-' i^# VALISES, die. 

Constantly on hand, ~* •/;., 

Saddlery- Ware, Whips, Whip Thongs, &c. 



126 and 12S Union St., 

IKrE^V BEDPOBD, M-^SS. 



{Tr Repairing executed at short notice, and all orders punctually at 

t'Ud.'d to. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



DANIEL BROWN & SON, 

FALL RIVER, MASS., 
Manufacturers of Flour, 

And Wholesale Dealers in 

FLOUR, CRAI N, 

JTLT&ID* COA.L. 
Ship Chandlers & Agents for Vessels. 



t_ j". isrixioiixr, 
House, Siucn, & Ornamental 

HOUSE & CHURCH FRESCOING don, 
in the beat style of' the nit. 

COURT ST., 

VTAIMON, 
~^ Mass. 




JAMES NEWTON, 

No. 151 NORTH MAIN STREET, 

FALL RIVER, MASS., 

MANUFACTURES OF 



CARD CLOT I 






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OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION. 

Cards set in Leather or Cloth, Plain or Twilled. 

Also HOBSFALI/S PATENT CARD CLOTH made and furnished with 

BEEDS AND HARNESSES, 

ALL OF WHICH CAN BE HAD ON THE BEST OF TERMS. 

Zjf Orders promptly attended to, 

REFERENCES. 

M *SE EDDY & SON', Fall River; WILLIAM HILL, North Berwick, Me.; STEPHEN DAVOL, 
rWI IU»rr; II. & s. It. CHASE, Valley Falls, R.I.; SOCIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Woon- 
U.L; ISRAEL BORDEN, Fall River. 



JOSEPH C. TERRY 

^dl5li^ c i^ oX.'J dJ oil oil* 



±&<+j 



*&wf*$r_ ir^^^G> 



i/^r* 



£Sb 



QU^> £ii^> ^^s^ ^U^ 0>^J) 

REPAIRER, 

And Proprietor of the Marine Railway, 

\v RODMAN'S WHARF, FALL RIVER. 



h * 



ALSO DEALER IX 



—.-_.>" 



SMP LIMBER. SPIKES, OAKUM, &C. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



6C9 



ROBERT COOK. 



0° 



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^ So D^ 



WM, DURFEE. 



^ PTtclEl ' ! 






^ 



Vy> 



SHIPPERS & DEALERS IN ICE, 

A.T WIIOI.E.SAI.C & RETAIL. 

Office, cor. North Main and Central Streets, Fall River, Mass. 



173 Union Street, New Bedford, Mass, 



«^ 



HENRY II. FISUER, Proprietor. 

9: 



V r#' *& *JW Cakes, Tics, and 

v <?° 4$>\*\ \^ Bread of all descrip- 

— vO\ *> \^°' & S? w\ tionf? - A ?' 1 for Bond ' s ' ~ c > 

7K A «b v ^%-' V'-tev__. Celebrated Bost'x r~ 

£V **V^ JW?r^£* Crackers of all vari- 

££V V " &?fcjfc et - s - Terms Cash. i 

i^S5r Farailv Dishes Coolted 

at any hour ou the most -' v - 

""V^^- libera'! terms. > ' 



ANTHONY HATHAWAY, 

STONE GUTTER, 

AMD DEALER IX 

ROUGH & HAMMERED GRANITE. 



MANSION HOUSE, 

87 UNION STREET, 

(Corner of NORTH SECOND,) 



Cemetery and Monumental Work. NEW BEDFORD 
37 fl. SIXTH STREET, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

OR AT MYHICK'S. 



LOUIS BOUTELL, 

J?i*opi*ietor. 



J. H. DENISON & CO., 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



FEED, OATS, &c.; atfd Manufacturers of EUIIEKA, WHALING CITY, 
and other Brands of FOUR, for Family and Shins' use. 

2STCX 42 SOUTH WATER STREET, 

NEW BEDFORD, >IA8S. 



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STOVES, WROUGHT IRON WELDED TUBES, ETC. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 671 



JAMES B. CODDIHG & CO., 

MAN U FA CT U R E Its O F 

Caboose Stoves, 

Sad-irons, 

Cast-iron Sinks, 

Pipe Collars, 

ALSO 

HOLLOW WARE, AND ALL KINDS OF JOB CASTINGS DONE TO ORDER. 67- ALL 

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

JAMES D. CODDING & CO., At North Dighton Village, Mass. 



Hjs. LIMCOLM <&2 OO., 

i y 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SHEATHING, TACK, CARPET, MANILLA, CARTRIDGE, & COMMON 

WvfliM'r Ir fif.il ir (Mr SIimj 

ALSO, COTTON YABN A.NT> WARP. 

j Horth Digliton Mass. 

L. Lincoln, Taunton. E. & J. M. Lincoln, X. Dighton 

J. T. Lincoln, iFa« i2tt?er. 

i — 

I Mglffi f aek Co*, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

Tacks, Brads, & Shoe Hails, 

Cigar, Lace, and Gimp Tacks, 

| Clout, Trunk, and Finishing Nails, 

l 
FINE 2d & 3d NAILS, LEATHERED CARPET TACKS, &c. 

BIGHTQN. MASS. 

GERRY BROWN, Agent. 
■ U. A. ROBERTSON, Treas., US Milt: St., Boston. 



672 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

E. J. w. h^orse & CO., 

SOUTH EASTON, MASS., 

manufacturers of 

sica.-is:l.a:n-d cottox stcwing- thread, 

smA-isLAisrr) cotton ronnkt thread, 

SEA-ISLAND COTTOX SHOE THREAD, 

SEA-ISLAND SPOOL COTTON, 

FOR SEWING MACHINES, 

OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE, AND COLOR, REQUIRED. 

ALSO SEA-ISLAND COTTON HARNESS TWINE. 
Attleboro', Mass., 

Manufacturer of all kinds of MacMucrv 

USED FOR FORMING, SHAPING, & PRESSING STRAW, BUCKRAM, & FELT GOODS. 

Also Sole Agent for the sale of 
"WEST'S PATENT HAT AND BONNET PRESSING MACHINES. 

Machinery of all kinds constantly on hand. Dies made to order at short notice, j 
|gj 'All orders by mail or express will receive prompt attention. 

Manufactory at Steam Power Building, opposite the Attleboro' Depot. 



G- Hi HAHSFSELD & CO., 

(Successors to "White & Mansfield,) 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

SILK AND LINEN BRAIDS, 

Boot, Shoe, and Corset Laces, Cotton Braid, &c. 

GASTON, MASS. 

Geo. h. JtussriKLD. Levi F. Leonard. 



STOUG-HTOITHAM INSTITUTE, 

SHARON, 3IASS. 

SANFORD WATEES BILLINGS, A.M., Principal. 

The chums this school presents to the public for its patronage are, its location in a town 
not.d for its healthful climate and varied natural scenery and the high-toned morality ol 
fohahitants, which renders it tree from the prevailing temptations of the day. It is lo 
"" the Boston and Providence Railroad, and the school is easy of access to those livi 
this road. The support which the school has hitherto received also commends it to the lavor 
ol the community. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



<;t:; 



LYMAN SMITH & SONS, 

TANNERS, AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

CALF AND SHEEP ROLLERS, 

BL&NK, LAW, & GLOVE LEATHER. 
Also White & Kusset Uiii.i£«*. 

Tannery at SOUTH DEDHAM, MASS. 
Office^ 100 JflUh St., Motion. 



0. A. STANLEY & CO., 

Manufacturers of all kiuds of 



W. H. SHERIDAN, 

(Successor to L. F. PERRY,) 



Wood Pressing Blocks, House & Sign Painter 



BONNETS & HATS, 

HJUURKX.XH, MASS. 



Orders by Mail or Express promptly at- 
. tended to. 



0. A. STANLEY. 



0. B. BLAKE. 



GRAINER & GLAZIER. 

CEILINGS AND WALLS whitened, whitewashed, 

or colored. 



1) E I) il A H, 




O. 



ALDRICH, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, 

Mouldings, Packing Boxes, Pine & Chestnut Sheathing. 
Also WOOD AND COAL. 

Scroll Sawing, Planing, Matching, Jointing, and Lumber Barred to nny dimension, 
and tried out on Daniels' Planer. 

ALSO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, AND JOBBING DOM: AT SHOUT NOTICE. 

Orders by Mail promptly filled. 

BLACKSTOX E, n ASS . 



Mill at Waterford Depot.) 



ALLEN PARTRIDGE & SON, 
MEDAV AY, MASS., 



7>ittmm 



HANUFACTURERS OF 

WfllBOT 54OTI BiW fflBJ mSi 

Old SPINNING SPINDLES ground and straightened, 
BOLSTERS and STEPS made new and llttcd, 

A"d all kind* of LIGHT SI AC HI NE WORK executed lu tlit best manner, and on 

reasonable terms. 

ALLEN PARTRIDGE. WARREN J. PARTRIDGE. 






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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY". 



EVERETT STETSOIJ, 



MANUFACTURER OP 1 



Machine Card Cl< 




' : ' : "o 



OE EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



FOB COTTON AND WOOLEN MACHINERY. 



WALPOLE, MASS. 



E. C. WILSON & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

sea maid mm mm TitiD, 

Sea Island Bonnet Thread, Sea Island Shoe Thread, 
Sea Island Spool Cotton, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. SIZE, AND COLOR REQUIRED. 



JOHN C. ROBBINS, 
COACH, 

, CARRIAGE, 

I SIGN 









AND HOUSE PAINTER. 

Also BADGES, TRANSPARENCIES, &c, lor Mil- 
itary, Firemen, and Political Celebrations. 

DEUHAM, MASS. 



GODFREY & FOLSOM. 



MANUFACTURERS OT 



FOLSOM'S PATENT COMBINATION 



m m> tj <s e, 

For Cloying Boots ami Shoes with a, Welt. 

MILFORD, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



675 



LAWRENCE READE, Ag't, 



FOR THE SALE OF 



Tickets to n\\ points, West & Southwest, 

BY THE VARIOUS LINES. 

PASSAGE TICKETS, 




To and fro 
-Llso 



m Em-ope, by Steamships and Sailtnt 

to California and Australia, Hilt* < 
Exchange always on hand. 



I 



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8§»s= Office, No. 72 Main Street, Milford, Mass. 



SAWYER & RICHARDSON, 



Manufacturers of all kinds of 



BOOT AND SHOE 



P\ 






38 ite&V C~J S.^ M 

CENTRAL ST. (NEAR STEAM MILL), 
MILFORD, MASS. 



LILLEY & CO., 

MILFOED, MASS., 

Manufacturers of all kind* of 

SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES 



Ten years' experience, and the introduction of 
many improvements in machinery desi 
enable us, by using none but the b< >i id t< 
make needles that cannot be surpassed, at u nn iterate 
cost. Particular attention is called to our .\'i 
for the McKay Machine. MeKan Needled sent free 
by mail, 7 cents each, or $G.O0 per hundr d. 



R. C. HUSSEY, 



Manufacturer of 



S. WILDER & CO., 



Manufacturers of 



Nlffl CBTTIHG BOARDS, »I1 MIM, 



For Boot and Shoe Manufacturers 

ALSO 

MACHINE BLOCKS, 

For Racing and Sole Cutting. 

^IX/FOlFtlD, JMZ ASS. ! 



CISTERN, WELL, FORCE, Alii 
CHAMBER AND LIQUOR PUMPS. 
On hand, at Wholesale and Retail. 

HOLLISTON, MASS. 



BARTLETT & HEYWOOD, 

DEALERS IN HARD WALK, 

House Trimmings, Carpenters' and Joiners' Tools, 
Cutlery, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, &c. 



?V T< BARTLETT. 
''■ >•■ HEY WOOD. 



IVo. 1-13 3IA.ITV ST, 

MILFORD, MASS 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 






THE HOPED ALE FURNACE! COMPANY, 

Sa : 6PEDALE, MASS. 

Manufacture and furnish to order 

mom casiotgs 

OF ALL, DRSCKIPTIOXS. 

ry Particular attention paid to Small Soft Work. Castings Pickled, Tumbled, or Annealed, if'!' iln d. 
l'att't ins Made and Repaired. 

GENERAL MACHINE WORK DONE TO ORDER. 

Packer's Improved Patent Ratchet, 

MANUFACTURED BY THE EAGLE RATCHET COMPANY, 

II. II. PACKER, AGENT, HOLLISTOX, MASS. 




V>'« also manufacture and keep on hand A\ _ 
•1 i • . \ uiuv.il, :u> in.- curve mum j re combined m 01 
I- -..I hi manufacture Itatchet Wrenches of all kin. 
Ui.e ilnii v»iu m all sues. Cast steel drills of alibi 



The above-named Ratchets have 
been before the public for fh( 
years, ami have given perfect i 
tii. it in evcrv r.<p 'ct. i I 
adopted by the UNITED STATES 
NAVY ami NAVY YARDS 
principal RAILROADS iji tlv ted 
States and Cam ring, ull the p 
MACHINE SHOPS in tl c N" 
land St i'. -. New V ork, I'll 
and all the Southern 
States: also, on all princip S I 
BOATS and SUGAR PLANTA- 
TION'S in (he United Si it< ■ md Cuba. 
All that have used them i k 
superiority in strength, accuracy, md 
durability over any othi r Rote t. 

The drill socket i4>. and the *crew I 
barrel [3), beinc combined, as 
makes it of superior strength, 
admirable arrai pement of tin 
shell (1>, with the screw band 
the internal screw, effectu: : 
the male screw (J) from dust a . 
foieign mutter. 

Every ratchet is manufactured un- 
der II. II. Pick r's supen ision, 
best manner, « ith stei 1 screw pail ami 
gear, and warranted perfei t 

s, made so they enn be used as a ratchet, Wrench, or Drill, which i< 

er Hatchets that can be used in from 2 ti> G inch space. And we are 

ry description ot Ratchet work made to order 

c to order. Please cull and examine our samples. 



S I Z E S O E II J± x C H E r r s. 



No. 1, 10 inch handles. 
No. v. IJ '• 

Nu.3,rj « 



Sockets. 
Screw- 



No. 4. IT inch handles. | No. 2, 12 inch (Koiler Ratohet). 

No. 5, SO '• " No. 1, (Augur Ratchet). 

N.>. 1,10 •' (Eo'ler Ratchet). | No. 2, 
9f These Ratchets can be purchased or the followlne places: — In Boston, Mass., Whitney ft Bridees. 38 Wn'er St. : May ft C i 
»«'• -id s t . i,, Providence, R.I., Barker. Whitaker X Co. In Philadelphia. Pa.. Vance ft Landis, -.Ml Market St. In New J k, 
1 «:<-r fc i, ,, r , ;, [jvekmun St. In Cincinnati, Ohio. Perkins, Livingston, ft Post, 47 W, st Front St. In San lr .' 

1 -"i nn.»r. In Chi. n -o III Geo Dunbar & Co. 10 and SI Dearborn St. In Baltimore, Md., Cumberland, Dugsin. ft Co., 
' '-■•■ ' '^- St. In Pittsburgh, Pa. Whttniore Wolff, Duff, ft Co., 50 Wood St In Philadelphia, Pa., Stearnes, \N 
Hf. l*i «, S {. hestuut St. St. Louis, Mo., Pratt ft Fox, 1:17 N. Main St. 



MILLSURY MACHINE COMPANY,; 

SIILLBUEY, MASS. 

Manufacturers of 

ENGINE LATHES, DRILL LATHES I 

UPRIGHT DRILLS, &c. | 

-^so- 
Jobbing of g,ll descriptions clone in the best possible manner. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



077 



BUCK BROTHERS, /"\ 



<^ 



ESTABLISHED 



1853. 



***/ 




MAIfUFACTTJ&EHS, 
MILLBURY, xAIASS. 

Constantly on hand a large assortment of 
all kinds of 

SHAKK & SOCKET 



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WTTB-mrw-TB 



p^iw m 



w "ff obt 



/ 



Orders solicited, and the Trade supplied on favorable terms. 

Agents, 

Foster & Tower, 

New York. 
Chas. M. Ghriskey, 

Philadelphia. 

EST 3 Letters may be addressed to Millbury or Worcester. 





! 6 ,' f„V $ 

Hi ' ] J 



ELLIS THAYEE, ^ 

Sllanufacturer atid Wkolrsalr Itealer in all hind* of \A /' 

% 






Particular attention paid to Manufacturing and Resetting Machine Brushes. 

WATER-PrtOOF DRESSER BRUSHES, JEWELLERS' BRUSHES, 

A '*'t all Brushes for general u>e. Also Manufacturers of Wipers for Uifles, Sporting Guns, and 1 

*0 Foster St., Worcester, Mass., opp. Boston & Worcester R, R. Depot. 

ORDERS MX MAIL OR OTHERWISE WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION, 



678 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



FULLER & BIGELOW, 
CLINTON", MASS., 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

STEEL cmwraLiKrE wm: 

{With 1'atent Glazed Cover,) 

SKIRT WEBBING, SKIRT TAPES, and all kinds of SKIRT MATERIALS. 

Also Sf\GJLE and TWO-PLY COTTON YARNS. 



A. L. FULLER. 



E. W. BIGE 



P. E. MILLAY, 

IMS MXS&. 



HUDSON, MASS. 



SOLE AND UPPER PATTERNS drafted to order. 



MAYNARD PUTNAM, 



MANUFACTURER OF THE 



Hathaway Regulator, 



MILLBURY, MASS, 



1\ R. .MANSFIELD, 

Q-u/tlx Lancaster, IMI^^ss. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

POWER LOOM HARNESS TWINE, 
MACHINE SEWING TWINE, 

PLANTATION SEWING THREAD, 

WHIP THREAD AND CORD, 

PLAIN AND FANCY CORD. 

Also Two and Three ply YARNS for Weaving and Braiding-. 

Orders will receive prompt attention. 

A EM SB Y & MOUSE, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

JHMMS, MSB, iUIiS. &C- 

MILLBURY, MASS. 




H. ARMSBV. 



C. D. HOB51 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



679 



SMITH, FELLOWS, & COMFY, 



SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MAN I 
FACTURERS OF 



SAUNDER'S 



//X\>X -Patent Clothes-Horsed 

<\ W^zk ATTTJ ST?.T.T?.ATMTTftTTT:fl .^S-VV-/ 



*Wk 



AND SELF-ADJUSTING 

S T E P - L A D D E 11. JM C 

j±lso of Palimei <y B latent JB^Dzrixxg; Bed, 

AND WOODEN WARE GENERALLY. 

Warerooms and Office, 63 Blackstone Street, Boston. 

FACTORY AT SHARON, N.H. 




W. C. WHITTEMOR]'], 

mmtmiii in 

Views of !&/£CsLolbLi:o.©:r;7> 

BriLDISGS, LABELS, PORTRAITS, Ac, DRAWN AND EXGRATED 1> THE BEST MILE. 

Office in Union Block, 197 Main St., Worcester. 

HOLLAND'S SARDINIAN" OOTJIENT, 

The Greatest External Remedy in the World for 

*c.\Ms, Hums, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Flesh Wounds, Corn-, Chilblain?, Sore Throat. Ch.nr.pH Hands, 
l"-t<<! Feet or Hands, Sore or Caked Breasts, Ingrowing Nails, Callouses, Uingw< rnis I'm: 
'• ''. Felons, Sore Lips, Inflamed Evelids, Piles, Pain in Side or Baek, Neurul-iu, or \«-n 
*: i'-. Boils, Bites of Insects, Sting of 'Bees, Weeping Sinews, Bunions. A certain • ire lor I. i 
WIT Julius or ( ontracted Muscles'" (.'tires Scratches on Horses, and well worth) the an. iiti 

'••• This Ointment I warrant, or the money will be refunded. For testimonials se< kiuali b each 

'•ox. * 

i'repnred <i>i<1 put up by the Proprietor, 

G. A. HOLLAND, WORCESTER, MASS. 

None Genuine without the Autograph of G. A. HOLLAND, and Copyright around each box, with lid 
•tauijwd lkn,LA.Ni/s Saudinian Ointment, Dove in centre witb^live Branch. 

G. A. HOLLAND, Proprietor. 

N B.~ Six thousand Boxes of this Ointment hare been sold in the Ci'y of Worc< ster, where it is m inu- 
^•ured, during the last six months. , , . . ., .„ 

!*«>ld 1a all respectable Druggists and Country Stores everywhere. Orders by mad will rec< Be prompt 
KtrnUon by addressing 

G. A. HOLLAND, WORCESTER, MASS. 



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MASSAC HUSKTTS DIRECTORY. 



SAMUEL MAWHINNEY, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



A. M. HO W E, 

LEATHER, CLOTH, & PAPER 







■fim to\ .^ 



JJerrilieltPs Buildings, Union St., 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

Orders solicited, ['articular attention paid to keep- 
ing up with the styles, and satisfaction guaranteed. 



£>■ 



OR DIES, 

46 MECHANIC STREET, 

WORCESTER. 



J". TOIJIb T& I 1ST, 

WORCESTER, MASS., 

MA\LFACTIKKR OF TOTJLMIN'S P.VTEXT 






T^ 7^ H! C* 



Fur Bookbinders, Paper-Box Makers, Printers, Paper-Collar 

.Makers, anil all others cutting Pasteboard or Paper ; 

Also for Cotton Wadding Manufacturers, &c. 

Cd~ I am prepared to furnish my Patent Shears, combining all the latest improvements, and to warrant 
them superior to any in the market. They have, on Exhibition, always taken the Highest Premium. 

Particular attention given to Repairing and Refitting Shears. 




WILLIAM WADE, 

(Successor to David C. Cummikgs,) 
JOBBER AND MAXUFACTIKEK OF 

iOTs & mm, 

Cor. Foster & Waldo Sts., 

(OPPOSITE BOSTON AND WORCESTER DEPOT,) 

Worcester, Mass. 



SAMUEL CLAEK, 

Manufacturer und Dealer in 



f~"% 




14 FOSTER 




WORCESTER, MASS. 



**• GUTTERS and CONDUCTORS made and put up in the beat style. TI\ ROOFING a . 
<Ki' W iu.\(i «,f ROOFS promptly attended to. Also, manufacturer oi an improved I»<Ht 1 A hi- 
H ItWn:, considered superior to any now in use, to which particular attention will be paid. 
Orders for Furnaces or Repairing promptly attended to, and perfect satisfaction warrant. -d. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



681 



WASHBURN IRON COMPANY 

WORCESTER, :MI.A.SS- 
EDWARD L. DAVIS, Treasurer. GEORGE W. GILL, Manager. ' 

RAILWAY IMJ, LOCSIYiSTiUE Tlii :S 

Car TVlieeLs. 

Works directly opposite the Western Eailway Station, 

MW Address all Communications to " Washburn Iron Company." 



NATHAN RICHARDSON & 00. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



HOOP SKIRT TAPES, 



Corset Bindings, Webbings, &c, 



WEST WARREN, MASS. 



WM. H. BLAriCHARD & CO., 

Manufacturers of all kind* of 

ROW SILK, WOOLLEN WORSTED, 

AND 

COTTON FABRICS. 

Factory, No. 3 Allen Court, 
W0BC2ST2B 9 KAS3. 



WE H. BLANCHAKD. 



WM. A. SMITH. 



m. a. 'Worcester; ! warner & dart, 



Manufacturer and proprietor of 
WORCESTER'S WORLD -RENOWNED 



Manufacturers of 



DRY HOP YEAST, IITI Tf I Ml UIRT TOP. 



Liquid Blue, Dr. Greeley's Bourbon 
Bitters, & Dealer in Hops, 

No. 6 Bridge St., near Front, 

WORCESTER, MASS. 



D. Warner, Agent, 

OXFORD, MASS. 



JOHN S. IPEIiXSIIVW, 



(Successor to L. White,) 




MANUFACTURER OF 



llSPHTTll 1CI1ES 

[m FOR CURRIERS. 

!\J/ Improved Rubber Roll Card Shaving and 
Belt Scarfing Machines. 

I Knife and Shear Grinding In all Its branches. K 
.; of all Wauls constantly on hand, and for .sale low. Light 
Machine Jobbing .lone to Order. 

Ill ii^ 

Morryfield'n Building, Cypress St., Worcester, Maes. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



: 



! 



JOHN McCABE, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

No. 9, Mechanic St., WOKCESTER, MASS. 

ATI Orders "by IMail promptly executed. 



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LEICESTER, MASS., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



MACHINE, STRIPPING, & DIAMD-POLITED 



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Of every Description, and of Superior Quality, 

FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MACHINERY. 

Also Stripper and] Napper Cards of all Icinds. 



Orders executed with dispatch, and furnished at lowest Market Hates. 
J. SARGENT SMITH. HORACE WAlll- 

JEROME MARBLE & CO., 

(Successors to C. A. HARRINGTON & CO.,) 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

ByoStiaffs, ££i*ngs, IPaints, ©Bis 

KEROSENE-OIL, BTJR^TING^-F'JL.TjrD, 

Vvl3LO£it «jo.c3. Potato ©tarcli, 

WIINOOW GLASS, 

AND MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES GENERALLY. 
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POWER MORTISE MACHINES, <fcc. 

BOS. -24 & 2G CENTRAL, CORNER UNION STREET, | 
WORCESTER, FtfSASS. 

E. G. CLEVELAND a CO., 



MAMJFACTrREKS OF 



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Carding Machines and Spinning Jacks, from new and improved patterns ; Cloth Dryers, 

Wool Dryers, Hydro-Extractors, Indigo Mills, Shears, Gigs, Nappers, Brush -. 

Measuring and Winding Machines, Hydrostatic and Screw Presses, 

Pickers, Dxessers, Reels, Learners, Spoolers, Water-Wheel 

Regulators, &c. 

JUXCTIOIV SHOP, WOKCESTEB, MASS. 



E. C. CLEVELAND. 



J. C. MASON. 



J. 31. BASSETT, 



&.B.— Steel Ring Burring Machines, Card Clothing, Spools, Bobbins, Com'' 
Plate, Belting, $c, furnished at Manufacturers* prices. 



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Near the Western Railway Depot. 

COTTON AND WOOLLEN 



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Of superior quality, from Leather and all kinds of Cloth used for that purpose. 

^irsra-TTZL.AJB, -wire cj^irjds, 

Tor Tumblers, Leaderins, and Feed R0U3; also 

a coarse article for Carding Waste, Old Rags, Shoddy, &c. 

Doffcr Pangs of the Most Approved Quality. 

FANCIES OF SUPERIOR E^!OEIL.IL.E3SrCE, 

ADAPTED TO ALL G CADES OF CARDING. 

BOUND AND ANGUt&B WIRE NAPPING CARDS. : 



To Manufacturers of Flax Cotton. 



Having experimented for the last seven years in making everv variety of Machine Carps - 
: ' working ot the Flux Fibre, and having thus far been able to supply such of our customers as ir 
111 ' H brunch with each and everv varietv of Diamond Pointnl Cards needed in work - 
"'"PycUully call the attention of all 'manufacturers to our establishment, the most extensive in the cou 
1 ' •' manufacture of every description of Machine. Cards. For further particulars, address 

T. K. i:\HLi: & CO., Worcester, Mass. 

* <i All orders filled on a large or small scale, as called for, with promptness and despatch. 



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ALL KINDS oi 
And General Supply - 

22 Front St., Opposite Cltj II 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

JK9-PERFOT5 VTED COITKIJ \\ 
RINSERS, all the i 
latest Improved Machines' ami 
in use. Also Cotton, Wool, \\ 
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MANUFACTURER OF 



Hj^jl Improved Tilt and Drop Hammers, Boring Mills, 

^ *~^§r Punching Presses, Force Pumps, Hydrants, Stop Cocks, 

: ; d^f. AQTJEDTICT, STEAM, AXTD GAS PIPE, ANNEALIKG POTS 
~~ : C£ -~'-~T~ ir ~ y shop Stoves, and Hot-Air Furnaces for Wood and Coal. 

iroist coLUMisrs, fences, 

BUILDING FRONTS, &c. 

FORGING, TURNING, AND BORING DONE TO ORDER. 



JOHN 1). CIIOLLAR, 

PftRIPFT PfUtto 

bHUlHb i I-ilHiiLi n 

UPHOLSTERER, 

INTERIOR MGQBATOB. 



DESIGNS & ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 
Lisxoi.x-noi src block, 

No. 198 MAIN STREET, 

WORCESTER, MASS. 



G. heney WHITCOMB & CO., 

Manufacturers of all stylo and - .- - I 

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BIGELOW COURT, 



WOKCESTEE. KASS. 



ODD SIZES oil STYLES MADE TO ORDER. 

Faj>er Boxes of All hi mis ma tie to order, an J 

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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS H. DODGE, 

rKnr many years an Examiner in the United States 
Kent Oifice, and Chairman of the Board of Appeals 
under the Hon. Joseph Holt,) . 



CoBiiscllor-at-Law, ^MIWTTZ 



ASA B. ADAMS, 

BOOK, JOB, AND CARD 



ADVOCATE IN PATENT CASES 

And Solicitor of American 8f Foreign Patents. 

nve for Preliminary Examination in the U. S. 
KKtVnl Ofticc, of alleged New Inventions, to ascertain 
Kiher Patentable or not, 85. Rejected applications 
examined on the same terms.] 

Office, 6 Brinley Block, Main Street, 

WORCESTER, MASS. 



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No. 1 IP STAIRS, 

WORCESTER, MASS 



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ESTABLISHED 1840. 



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WORCESTER, MASS. 
CJIAS. F. WASHBURN, Secretary. 

WM. E. 11ICE, Treasurer. 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Annealed, Bright, Polished, Coppered, Galvanized, and Tin-plated. Market and Stone Wire; Annealed 
Kence-wire in Long Lengths; Coppered Pail-Rail Wire; Hope, Bridge, Bolt, Scrt>w, Rivet, Buckh 
Vhain Wire; Plain and Galvanized Telegraph-wire; Tinned Broom-wire, and Tiu-platt d Wire of u!! si 

A speciality is made in the manufacture of 

Clock, Machinery, Gun-Screw, & Spiral Spring Wire, 

And Refined Wire to Pattern for Particular Pftrposcs, from best selected Stninpa of Xorwuj [ron. Oval 
l"!at, and Square Wire drawn to Order. Wire furnished in Straight Pieces any desired length. 1 
Fence Staples ;half Gross to lb.). Orders for Wire Rods of any desired imality , and roiled to 1. cacl 
carefully attended to. 

A full asMirfim ut of Round Iron, of superior quality for Shovel aud large Rivets, constantly on hand. 
Bar Iron and Blooms roiled to order. 

NEW-YOUK WAREHOUSE, 42 CLIFF ST. 

N. B._ Wire shipped to points West, and through bills of lading obtained at Janae rat. of fr< i 
from Ne W York Citv. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



FRANK WESSON, 



MASUFACTUKER Of 



. SARGENT & MULLOY, 

245 Main Street, Worcester. 



Arf prepared to do 



I8EEC1-UADIHG RIFLES, ah mi of un wise, 

Including Sewing-Machine Repairs. 

OX.OCK rr.t:.\M\«j, 

LIGHT MODEL AMD PATTERN MAKING. 



SINGLE-SHOT PISTOLS, 
No. 2 Manchester Street, 

AVorcestcr, Moss. 

J. W. STORRS, Agent, 252 Broadway, N. Y. 

I'. S. Musket Barrels Reamed out .Smooth 
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celsior Knife Cleaner and Polisher," admitted t. 
to be the host thin prof the kind in ui»e. Also 
and for sale, the " Eureka Clothes Wringer ai 
er." All kinds of Wringers repaired ai shoi 
t Having had several years' practical • 
light work of all kinds, we fee] confident th il 
give satisfaction. 

L. M. Sargent. N. P. Mli.loy. 



J. M. FOLLANS3EE, 



DEALER IN 



WOOL AND COTTON, 

Wool Waste, Shoddy, Flocks, &c, 
Armsby Building, Central St., 

(First street north of the Bay-State House.) 
WORCESTER, MASS. 

N. A. LOMBARD & CO., 

(Successors to BICKFOUD & LOMBARD,) 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

^OOLLEH MACHINERY. 

Such as Worsted and Wool Carding Machines, 

Spinning Jacks, Pickers, Willowers, 

Waste Dusters, Card Nippers, &c, 

ON THE MOST IMPROVED PLANS. 

Uiiion Mill, cor. of School and Union Sts.. 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

N. B. — Moel Ring Burring Machines, Card I I 
ing, Spools. Bobbins, Comb Plate, Belting, and Dan- 
iel's or Kellogg'a I'atent Improved Wool Pickers, 
furnished at manufacturers' prices. 

Moulding Cutters 

MADE TO (HUM. II. ALSO 

LIGHT MACHINE JOBBING. 

Send for Circular to 

WM. H. BRQWN, 

44 EXCHANGE STREET, Cor. UNION'. 

Worcester, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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JOHN 

WIUTIRSY 



MACHINE WO: 



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ILLE, WORCESTER CO., .HAW. 

ALL KINDS OF 

COTTOIT MACHIlTEH,ir 



MAXUFACTIRED, 



Openers, Lappcrs, Cards, 
Frames, Spoolers, Warpers, Dr 



Railway Heads, Drawing Frames, Slubbers, Fly Frames, Ring Spii 
essers, and Looms. IRON' CASTINGS made to order. 



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WILLI'S at ROVED 

INVERTED TURBINE 

WATER WHEEL 



This is an IRON WHEEL set in a SCROLL at* 
tached to a flume, or a spout, leading from tin- 
to the scroll, or it maybe set in the I 
large-sized wheel is required to give the 
power. 

The Subscriber would say that after *■•• 
years' experience in building Iron W iti • v. 

during that time having put in ai i 

Wheels, and having made some import; I i 
ments in their construction, lie is l 
furnish Wheels combining all his • rove- 

ments, of sizes suited tor anj - 
for the propulsion of all kinds of ma liiu ry, wi 
economy of expense and water sari •■ I 

patrons. He docs not, like some ol ■ -- 

in the business, say that he can >•'■ I per 

cent, of th'-> power of the water, - • re the 

whole world for an equal ■' to hi" M i that 

whatever statements he makes in p • 

of his Wheels, he shall endeavor to establish to the 
satisfaction of his patrons- 
Manufactured ami furnished at short notice, and 
Shafting and Gearing Bupplicd when • 

JOEL W. UPHAM, 
WORCESTER, MASS. 



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Continue the manufacture ot 



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EAVE TROUGHS, GUTTERS, AND CONDUCTORS, 

J "in th" best Eastern Fine, of various sizes, for old or new buildings. Considered the best and most d i 
* rough* i-. ,!... .»i: ir w»t. 

N ll. — We have the whole nnd exclusive right for the manufacture and -ale of the ah >\e ['ati nt Trough 
" ! «oroo>ter, Uristol, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket Couul 

Shop in Merryfield's Building, Cor. TJniou & Exchange Sis., Worcester, Mass. 




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PATENTED IN ENGLAND AND FEANCE. 

This Pump has received the Highest Premium at every Fair where 
It has been exhibited; viz., New York, Boston, Baltimore, Cincinnati, 

Springfield, and Worcester. 

It has no Cranks or Fly-wheel, and has no dead points where it will 
stop; consequently it is always ready to start without using a starting 
bar, and does not require hand-work to get it past th< 1 

It has been used for more than lour years for feeding stationary 
STEAM BOILERS, and has been used more than two years on 
IjOCOMOTIVEIS. and is the only .St, am Pump 
yet tried that is in every way adapted for that use. ft \m< been exten- 
sively used for pumping water for Hotels, Public Institutions, and 
Manufacturing Establishments of even kind, <a ith jm rf< •: - iccess. 
It has bt en tested in the Navy, and in conseqiu ncc is ret amended by the 
1 bief Engineer United States Navy, to be used in all Government Steamers an.i Guub 

The Proprietors oiler this Pump as the most Perfect, Independent Steam Pump evi r ■ 
; '"<1 for simplicity and durability defies competition. 

For farther information, address the proprietors at their Works, 




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WAREEN, MASS. 

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ROPEi'] REPEATING RIFLE COMPANY 

AMHEBST, HVC^SS., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



REPEATING BREECH LOADING SHOT GUNS, 

Using Indestructible Steel Cartridges, which are loaded by the Sportsman with ordinary ammuni 

HENRY F. 1IH.LS, Fres. HENRY D. FEARING, Treas. 

€. PH. SPENCER, Agent. 



JASON CHAPIN, AGENT, 

B&A88-f01llffBS: 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 



• GERMAN SILVEE AND ALL KINDS OF BEASS CASTINGS, 
102 SUMMER STREET, 
WORCESTER,, MASS. 

Also manufacturer of the REVERSE CURRENT FILTER, the best Water Filter known, havii _■ 
hen tested for several years. Ir cleanses water from all impurities simply, thoroughly, and e fleet i\ ely. 
Id verse Current removes all the sediments in a few moments of lime, thus making it a very durable tin i 
desirable filter for all using aqueduct water. 

J". GREB^T & CO., 

(Established in IS 12,) 
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTH'S 

KIP, CALF, GENT'S, AND THICK BOOTS, 



J0S1AH CREEN, JR. 



SPENCER, MASS. 



HENRY R. CREEN. 



J. U. CREEN. 



ALSO WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, ST. LOUIS, MO, 



J. It. ROGERS, 

TANKER & CURRIER 



SUPERIOR CALF, 

Upper Leather, 



SPECTACLE MANUFACTORY, 




E. Edmonds & Sons, 

Manufacturers of 

Steel Bowed Spectacles, 

PQCKLET $QQ\<L LEATHER? Ofnll kinds and varieties. Also. 

SPLITS, Ace., |HAin> SPECTACLES* EYE-GLASSES. 

Southbridfro, Mass. 

NORTH BROOKFIELD, MASS. orders promptly ex kcutkp. 



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SPRINGFIELD BRASS FOUNDRY, mwell brothers, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 
T.ivlnr St.. SnHnorflolfl IToca 

C0YE2ED BUTTOIIS 

ess, sura, & raw sura 

IVORY BUTTOXS, 
Foot of Howard Street, 

SPRINGFIELD, .MASS. 



GAMFJNG&, 

SWORD TRIMMIXGS, LETTERS, CAR BOXES, 

BABBITT METAL, &c, promptly executed iu 

the best manner. Orders solicited, and all 

work warranted to give satisfaction. 

ERASTUS STEBBINS. 



S. R. NEWELL. 



K. C. NEWELL. 



A.. XX WAYMOTH'S 



PATENT VARIETY 



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(Patented July 29, 1856, and August 11, 1857,) 
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF 

Thread Spools, Druggists' Boxes, Tassel Moulds, 

Curtain Fixtures, Shoe Knife Handles, Awl Hafts, 

Small Wooden Ware for Toy Shops, Bonnet 

Stands, Hubs and Spokes for Small Carriages, 

Tent Buttons, Comb Balls, &c., &c. 

£3^ This Maehine will make the above-named articles FASTER AND CHEAPER 
THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE NOW IN USE. 

A. D. WAYMOTII & CO., 

HILLMAN STREET - - - SPRINGFIELD. 

E^-SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR. 

J. T. WEBBBE & CO., 

DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,' 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Dr, Hooker's Cough and Croup Syrup. ' 

SOLIDIFIED BALSAM, AND LIQDID BALM. 

, Cooking Kxtnict---, Hair oils, Hair Dyes, Pomade, Perfumeries, Essences, Extracts, and Patent Hi I 
rlnes In general use. 

NO. 7 STATE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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HAMPDEN CAHD CC >% 

SANEORD STREET, SPRINGFIELD, MASS., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wl ia kj It I M -Ji kfi&k M II CllU A 1 - ill? U j 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FOR COTTON AND WOOL? 

ALSO No. 10 COTTON CARDS. 

WM. E. MONTAGUE, Agent. 

D. L. HARRIS & CO., 



BUILDERS OF THE 



lull a ill mil i. 



TUBN-TABLES, 

and all kinds of Railroad work. Builders of Lathes, Drill-presses, Planers, Bolt-cutter-, 
and all kinds of Machinists' Tools ; also 

Expressly adapted to Mining purposes ; also Pumps for Boilers, or for protection against 
Fire. Orders solicited, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. 

No. 1 Charles Street, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

I). L. HARRIS. R. F. HAWKINS. W. H. BURRAl-!- 



B. C. ENGLISH. 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

English's Patent Combined Knife, Tweezer, & Ear Spoon 



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CENTRAL ST., 

Cur. Maple, 

SPEINGFIELP. 

Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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GEORGE DWIGHT, JR., & CO. 



SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE 




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Superior for Simplicity, Durability, and Efficiency. 

Manufactory, Cor. Millinan & Dwiglit Sts., 

SPRHSrQFIELD, MASS. 

Warehouse, 108 Sudbury St., Boston. 

C»EO. DWIGHT, JR. O. T. EARLE. 

SftUTH, HALL, & BUCXLAND, 

(Late Smith, Hall, & Farmer,) 



Patent 



Successors to Smith & Wesson in the Manufacture of 

Metallic Cartridges, 

OIFICK A*B> MA>II AdOItV. 



MILL ST,, FOOT OF MAPLE ST., SPRINGFIELD, MASS, 



h *iXTEtt SMITH. 



JOSEFH M. HALL. 



C. E. BUCKLAND. 






698 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



E. MORGAN & CO., 



MANTF.U Tl'P.KRS OF 



ENVELOPES OF EVERY DESCHIPTIOH, 

MADE IN THE BEST MANNER, AND TASTEFULLY PUT UP. 
THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT THE LOWEST PRICES. 

We would call attention to our new style of 

I3STITIAL STATIOUEBY, 

Made from the best Lixen-Plated Paper, and put up in partition ornamented e < • • n- | 

tainlug half-gross double thick commercial note paper and half gross oi our new and b a • • • n- | 

yelopes. Both paper and envelopes tastefully embossed with any initial desired. SAMPLES Sfnt Free. 

UIf>I,HArV STREET, SPIfclXttFIELD, If ASS. 



ALLEN & TWING, 

(Snvif & fair f xfatffl, 

PYNCHON HOUSE BLOCK, 
85 & 87 MAIN STREET, 

SPEKSflll*®, MISS. 



M. I). ALLEN. 



N. F. TWING. 



JAf^ES M. PORTER & CO., 

Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock 

Insurance Agents. 

All kinds of Property insured in First-class Coi 
panics on the most reasonable terms. We are 
also General Agents for the 

Hartford Lire Stock Insurance ft). 

Insuring all kinds of Live Stock against Death awl 
Theft. 

Office, 4 Music-Kail Building-, SpringfLld, Ma=3. 

JAMES M. PORTER. HENRY D. MILLER. 



F. A. BROOKS, 

Manufacturer of 

.MINERAL WAip, 

SODA, AND SPEUCE BEER, 

111 AH PASTES, HI' CIS, 



J". IK. BLISS 



SoM * fatal Uakcr, 

OF EITIIER WOOD OR METAL. 



Also does Light Jobbing: of ail kinds. 
Patterns for Mill Gearing of all kinds d 



Constantly on hand. 

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTF.N'DED'TO. 



| to order. 

18 HAMPDEN STREET, 
No. 50 North Main St., Springfield. spnn^iieia, itiass. 

ROCHE BROTHERS, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

AJSTJD FITTIlTas, 

Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, and Sheet Iron Work of every descrijdion. 

REAR OF CHASE'S PLANING MILL, ON W. K. It., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Shafting and Mill Work; Repairs on Engines and Boilers done at short notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 699 



AMES MANUFACTURING CO., 

CHICOPEE, MASS., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




fineiw $ MlarMnist/ Cools, 



GUN-STOCKING MACHINERY, 

TURBINE WATER-WHEEIJ'., 
BRONZED CANNON, IRON & BRASS CASTINGS, 

Regulation and Presentation Swords of all descriptions 

BRGKZE STATUARY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 

Gi£YUOMl> MANUFACTURING CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

MILITARY AGGOUTEEMSxITS, 

MAIL BAGS AND FIREMEN'S BELTS; 

ALSO 

CABINET LOCKS 

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BRASS AND MALLEABLE IRON CASTINGS, 
CH ICOPEE, MAS S. 

VSnON BLOCK, EXCHANGE STREET, CHICOPEE, !ll»s. 

.-;;>:' DUUGSr MEDin\ES, 

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cles, 
| Sponges, Brushes. Fer- 
j turnery, &c, itc. 

i r~=- 1'h.vMciani*' IV.- ■•■ 
\ carefully i:omi>ound< rl, and orders 
*■■ ^tii*' answered with care and din '■■ 
i rmiTs .iud rhvrticians from ilic 



"^ryy* 1 ! 1 . " ". B Br T i " " ' ■r -'W'^r-^^ry*^ '^ - ^ ' *' '' ^ ? *» -*~°>m™>» ™-| . -> count rv w ill rind our Stock of M- di- 
IL 1 --^ - t - ' L~r s d I—iliJl ' cin inplete, warranted genuine, 

k^Jjrir/, j y L -.-■;._ j^grtv _;|-... fcwii ;.■".- tt. ■ ...■;:. ij-r and of the best quality. 



7C0 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



G. W. PRENTISS, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

TIN PLATED, PLAIN, AND ANNEALED, 

Piano Pin and Covering Wire, Machinery, Spring, Reed, Pin and Hook A; Eye Wire, 

AND 

PLATED BROOM WIRE OF BEST QUALITY. 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

£ ;,- Orders for exact or sample sizes will receive special attention, as we use nothing but the best i I 
Norway unci Swedes Iron. Satisfaction is guaranteed. 



HOLYOKE MACHINE COMPANY, 

■ PRACTICAL MACHINISTS AND POUNDERS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WATER WHEELS, GEARING, SHAFTING, 

AND MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. 

Paper Engines, Calenders, Hydraulic Presses, Killing Machines, Elevators, &c. 
Machinists' Tools, Hydrants, & Hydrant Valves, Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Set Screws, &c. 

Castings of all descriptions, including Cast Iron Pipes of all sizes, made to order. Patterns on hand, or 
made to order. 

Address, HOLYOKE MACHINE CO., Holyoke, Mass. 

iPTP.nV ! T. S. NORTON & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

NAIL, RIVETING, MACHINISTS', & SHOE 

HAMMERS, 

IIAXD VISES OF ALL. SIZES, 

AND 

Model and Experimental Machinery. 



ALSO 



NUiitt REED F&CTGBY. 

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

WEAVING REEDS 

MADE AND WARRANTED, ALSO 

FLAT WIRE MADE TO ORDER, STEEL, IRON 
OR BRASS, BY 

EDMUND WHITAKER, I machinists and brass finishers. 

HOLYOKE, MASS. . „ . . IT ... , ♦ ,*„«♦■ 

Repairing and Jobbing done at short notici . 
«S" All orders promptly attended to, and faithfully 
executed. HOLYOKE, MASS. 

L. 33. "WILLIAMS & CO., 

NOKTILV31PTON, MASS., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Q&K MS l&TX&I BMKEIS, 

COEN, CLOTHES, MARKET, & FBUIT BASKETS, 

And every variety of Baskets for Manufacturers. Also, Sole Manufacturers of 

PP.! E SI'S PJkTEJT •'FBBIMICKIIQ BASKETS. 

L. B. WILLIAMS. H. T. WILLIAM- 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



70 



j?±[*(i ijp ® t hi m ;z<: r i\ 

NORTHAMPTON, MAS S. 
ROSWELL HUNT, 

DPIROIPPtl -_TOK,_ 



g^= Carriages in readiness on the arrival of Trains. Good Horses and Carriages can l>c 

had by applying at the Office. 




ZEstadblisliecl in 1817. 

EDWARD E. DENNISTON, M.D., 

Jk.t ^pi'Iiigdale, UXox-tIi£iiiTx>toii, 3Iass. 

NUMBER LIMITED TO FOETY. 

-«»-♦-*> «^» 

Ml E F E n Mi 1 JT C E s, 

BOSTON — J M. Warren, M.D., Jacob Rioelow, 31. P.. H. .T. Bicelow, M.D . Jons W .:.: . ?r.D. 
NEW YORK— WlLLARD PARKER, M.D. BROOKLYN — C. L. MITCHELL, .M.l>. 

It has been Dr. DennIstox's effort, while making his house emphatically a " Home" for 1 • who are 
under his care, to use in their behalf the knowledge which an experience of thirty years lias i 
acquire, and all those means which the light Of advancing 1 science is shedding on 

Among these, a strict appliance of those Hygienic Laws, to which the term " Water C sr< " n .- b • • _-;■.. n, 
stands prominently forward ; long experience and observation having satisfied liirn, that wh i 
he done by active interference to save life in the acute stages of disease, a judicious up pi al to in 
of the vita! powers can alone be successful in that large class of chronic ailments which so exteii.> - 

Dr. I), would respectfully suite that he has been educated in Dublin and Edinburgh, is a Li 
Colleges in both Cities ; also a member of the Massachusetts Medical Association — of the Medica • ■ t 

-New Haven, and has been actively engaged for twenty-three years past in the practice of bis pruf« - 
Northampton, .Mass. 

The following Certificate is offered as a testimonial of the confidence and approbation ot the !• 
professional gentlemen of Boston as to the course pursued by Dr. Denniston : — 

" We are induced to recommend Dr. Denniston's Establishment for the treatment of CI - 
various kinds, from a knowledge of the principles on which he proposes to conduct it. Web li ■ il I • n- 
taiu all the ad\ autages of similar establishments, and have confidence in the skill and judguu n*, • ■••.; 
and prudence, of Dr. D. to direct the application of the various remedial treatment according in the .. - 
cies of the individual cases. 



J. C. WARREN, M.D., Boston. 
GEORGE HAYWARD, M.D., Boston. 
EDWARD REYNOLDS, M.D., Boston. 
JACOB BIGELOW, M.D., Boston. 
JOHN WARE, M.D.. Boston. 



JOHN M. WARREN, M.D., R 
M. S. BERRY, M.D., !• ■ I 
JOHN IIOMANS, M.D.. Ronton 
WILLARD I'ARKER, M.D., N'. 

C. L. 311 DIIi.l.L, Ml'., i.: ktvn. 



IIOllACE LAMB, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



HAMILTON & CO., 

MAM I- Vi TURERS <»K 

Fine French, English, & Russia 



! IRON & TINNED WIRE, Oo j /f Turlcc V , & Fancy 

1 Broom, Brush, Piano, Card, Bonnet, Pin, | MOVOCCO Wall: 

Pocket-Book s< 
Ine-tincd Weaving Wire. &C-> *C. 

SOUTH DEEKFIELD, Mass. 

| ] ,r« rs •%« » * n f m n 7* A \ I 1 H X P H 

UUiMu&UlrlUil, WlAO^i I B . R. IlAM.LTOK. A. 1L ElCBAIM. i.C.1 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



WILLISTON & AEMS 3MNUFACTUEHTG CO. 

NORTHAMPTON, MASS., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TAPES, BOTDXNGS, & WEB31HGS, 

OF FIXE AM> COARSE YARNS. AUo 

ELASTIC FRILLS, T^IPIES., -A.IST3D WEES, 
Fine Tapes and Binding of every description made to order. 
BLEA°HINC AND COLORING OF TAPES AND YARNS attended to, and tat 

isfuctiim guaranteed. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, 28 WARREN STREET. 



mm wmWi w v wm 



Do not Buy 
a 



Sewing Machine t 




J 1] Until you have 



seen 

The Florence! 



s^Ki**^" 



Make?? Four distinct Stitches; feeds the work either way; sews thin and heavy rroods with- 
out change of tension; will gather and sew on at the same time; and will do a greater 
range of work, with less trouble and change, than any other machine. 

MAXUFJlCTUUEO by the 

Florence Sewing Machine Co., Florence, Mass. 



J. M. • MUISOI EC ' CO., 

GKEEATIEJLJ}, .1I.ISS., 

Alio Manufacturers of 

HARDWARE FOB CHILDREN'S GAI1HIA02S, 

Joints, Iron Axles, Standards, Hub Bands, Dash Hails 
Handle Bows, Handle Tips, &c., &c. 

BUA.88 C A S r J? I IS' OJ fe! >I A. 13 E X O O K I> J -I *« 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



'03 



"117. EXBSEUEUG 

MACHINIST, 






AND MANUFACTURER OF IMPROVED 




Portable Circular Saw-Mills, 

(DOUBLE AND SINGLE,) 
With Saws from 32 to 72 inches diameter; 

Simultaneous and Independent Setting Screw Head- Blocks, — two or more combined, 
and the best friction Feed in use. 

It is operated with a single Lever in front of the Saw or outride the Carriage. 

SIDING- AND BOX BOARD MILLS, 

SAW MANDRELS, SAW SETS, AND UPSETTING PUNCHES; 

SILK MACHINERY, 

Steam Stretchers. Power Stringers, Railroad Spinners and Spoolers, Mill Gearing, Shafting 

Pulleys, Hangers, and Bolts. Repairing done at short notice, and in tht best mantu r. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, 

Shingle Mills, Lath Mills , Planing Machines, Circular Saws, Rubber and Leather Belting, Files . .-. . 
For Price Joints AUUren* 

"W. HERRiCK, NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 

Shop West Side C. 11. I.'. H. Co.'s Freight Jlouse. 



'04 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRKfTORY. 



HIGGI^S & SIBLEY, 

MANUFACTURERS OP HAND-MADE 

fjiifl sin Rjsiryf? 

FACTORY AND FARM STYLE. 
Special attention paid to Factory and Paper-Mill Baskets. 

4-j~ Orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. Post-Office Address, 

NORTH BLANDFORT), MASS. 



WM. G. IIICGIXtt. 



II. N. B1BLET. 



SNYDER & PATTISON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

'Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

AND 

MOULDINGS. 

DEALERS IN 

D00B, AND BLIND TRIMMINGS, 

GLASS AND PUTTY. 

: Salesroom at Brooklyn Street, 

NORTH ADAMS, MASS. 



JITiS J. H00SE, AGENT, 

Founder & Machinist, 

Manufacturer of 

CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, 

PAJtKEB W A Tint WHEELS, 

Woodworth Planing & Matching Machines. 

MILLWORK & GENERAL JOBBING. 
Brooklyn. Street, 

BOOTH A3AH2, HASS. 



HILL & HULETT, 

Successors to E. J. Bull, 

JOB PRINTERS, 

FOOT OF MAIN STREET, 

LEE, MASS. 

William II. Hill. George E. Uclett. 

t#- Order.-? bj Mail will receive prompt attention. 



i EDWIN J. MASCKKS, 

TEACHER OF 

\ String & Brass Band 

MTJSIC. 

Music, from Three to Ten Pieces, furni-hed for 
Parties, Soirees, Balls, Ac. 

ORDERS LEFT AT 

THE MONITOR SALOON, 

No. 13 Depot Street, 

1>1TTSFII:IJ), 9IJlSS., 

WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 



Ii L Y D & J S H K Sj. 

CHESHIRE, MASS, 

(NEAR THE RAILROAD,) 

Manufacture Oak and Ash Fellies. 

HEMLOCK AND SPItTJCE TIMBER AND LTJMBEB 

Or any Si:ze, to Order, by Steam Power. 
j **- THE TRADE SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



705 



: Carriage & Axle Manufacturer^ 

SOUTH EGEEMONT, 3rASS., 

Respectfully asks the attention of Carriage-makers to bis 
Superior Patent, Half-Patent, Collins Taper, Improved Taper, and Screw 



.A.: 



iS3; 



And particularly to the Improved MAIL AXLE, with Oil-Ctip attached. 

j Which keeps the Axle at all times in the finest running condition, with the smallest amount of trouble, »ini- 
| !>' by putting the oil in the cup once u week (pure sperm), removing the wheel from the Axle unl ■• • n the 
! leather washers require to be renewed. 

The liability to Heating and Sticking is wholly removed from theae Axles : and thev an Lly thf 

best. Axle extant for running a carriage with ease" and safety. From over tliirtv \ ears' <\'< ri< • 
i of Carriage Axles, the subscriber is competent to furnish aii article perfect in it's pi 

From his numerous patrons he would respectfully submit but two names, which he feel ... 
j to secure the confidence of all Builders of Carriages wanting a good Axle. 

"After several years' use of the different styles of Axles manufactured by David Dalzcll, we i hi • rfullv 
recommend them as worthy the confidence of the best class Carriage-builders. 

GEO. W. WATSON, Chestnut Street, Phila. 
JOHN R. LAWKLNi E, 35J Uroa I .... , X.Y." 



Agents for the sale of the above Axles: Messrs. Bouton & Smith, 67 Bowery, Ni w York ; 
Messrs. Lawrence, Bradley, & Pardee, New Haven, Conn.; Jesse Lee, South Fourth 

j Street, Philadelphia. 

The subscriber is also peculiarly prepared to furnish all styles of fine pleasure Carriages and Sli ' 'i J at a 
i less cost than can be procured elsewhere for the same style of work, as he makes all the material, both wood 
j and iron, on his own premises. 

Orders thankfully received, and promptly executed; and all work warranted. 



ALEXANDER LANG, 



Manufacturer of 



OF 

EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
PITTSFIELD, MASS. 



Respectfully to the reader. 

USE RENNE'S 

iiy innnp PiiPiP Pill 

lIl'ULLInfa ilia ill UIL! 

u It works like a charm" in allei louring 

all kind-- of pain. 

It is delicious, clean, and cafe to u-' . |, ,•<, exter- 
nallv and internally, a- directed on • 

It'sellsas well, and gives a* good >:uUl*rteti a, as any 
remedy ever introduce I f" t •■ | 

Sold by Wholesale and lietail Dni-rtrist*, at the 
Manufacturer's prices. Cash okhkus mii.u itku. 
Geo. C. Goodwin &u Co., Wholesale Ag'ta, Boston. 

WM. RENNE,' Proprietor. 

Fittalield. Mass. 



CARTER'S COmiflERClAL CQLL . 

AND 

SCHOOL OIF BUSINESS. 

or It MOTTO IS, 

Teach TJoys and Men what they will need to practice in the active pursuits of Lifo. 

The design of this Institution i« to Impart to men and dovh a m k nnd I -: m i kn< 
Commercial Science and Art, as found and applied in various departments oi trade, i repa lor the 

ittccessful proH-cuiion of llrsiNtcss. , , , 

«»- AiiVAMACJLS inferior to none. Expenses from $30 to $50 less than el»ow.iere. 

2Vow CoUeKe-Iiooms In Goodi'lc-li J?lo<-lc, rs'ortli Street, 



PITTSFIELD, MASS. 

Address Principal for Circulars, or call and see for yourselves. 



E. F. CAHTER, Prin. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



&m isfiS) £63!> «s$ SSI w ; "«* (fcc^ ; ^ / » d 

WINSLOW ROBERTS, 

BROOKS, UStfE., 
Jtanufacturer and Dealer in HARD WOOD LUMBER of all kinds, sawed to any dimensions. 

APPLETPvEE LUMBER CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

TUKXED STOCK MANUFACTURED • TO OliDER. 



After May, 1867$ all kinds of Handles made to order from Appletree and other wood. 
Hemlock and Spruce Dimension Timber and Plank if ordered so as to be cut out in th» 
Winter or Spring, 



GEORGE 



cr— ' 



L. PRATT, 

Leominster Centre, 

MASS., 

MANUFACTURER OF 

And Wholesale Dealer in 

CHESTNUT 

AND 

BLACK WALNUT 
CHAMBER SETS. 



S. GILMAN 'FROST, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



I1IIESSES UD ME 



Harnesses and Carriages of all descrip- 
tions. Carriage Trimrnino; 
done to order. 

19 CENTRAL ST., FITCIIISl'RG. 



C TA'YIliOri, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



t*JS» 

■nasi 



r 

It FOR- 
A TEU 



SSu- 



PALE 

| ALE 



§f AMBER 

J ALE . 






SJ^OST 



1FW?C 



i V 



Sarsaparilla and Knot Beer. Also Dealer in Bottled 
Ale, I'urtiT, and Cider. Ale in Barrels, Half-Barrels, 
aud Kegs. Manufactory near Beaver Brook Station^ 

MAIN STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 

OOfOrdt-rs for family use promptly answered. 



CLEVELAND & DAVISON, 

y^*V DEALERS IN 

CHAMBER 

SETS, 

Which they can furnish to 

customers in ev< ry \ . 
of style aud beauty. A • 

Ornamenting, Graining. 
: Fresco, Plain, Fancy, and 
\ SIGN PAINTING, 

C-CL_ - ._ . _'_^ DONE TO ORDER. 

North Leominster Depot, Mass. 



DR. A. M. HIGGINS'S 



GSrIFL 



% 

$ 



V J 



ANof 



r ale w 
Hnnovt 



hole 

T St 



THIS CELEBRATED MEDICINE has become a HOUSEHOLD FRIEND in i v< rj 
family where its merits are known, for years it has been extensively us< d in all tin 
NEW-ENGLAND STATES and the ARMY. 
!No "T?ufr" can add to its Merits: it is UlQ'RIV-AX.I^lCr) '. 

For DIPHTHERIA, no specific can compete with it; forCIIOLER V. DYSEXTEI!] 
KIDNEY" ( OMPLAIXTS, ic, and as a GENERAL PAIN RELIEVER or KILLEK, 
it is universal in its actions, 

AS THOUSANDS CAN ATTEST! 

Circulars of the above and of all the other kinds of Dr. Hijrgins's Medicines sent on 
application. Orders solicited and promptly tilled by the Proprietors, 

WOOD «fc ALLEN, Palmer, Mn*«. 
sale by WEEKS & POTTER, 170 Washington Street, aud GEORGE C. GOODW 
reet, Boston. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



7"7 



Manufacturer ami Retail Dealer in 



Poors, Blinds, Sashes 




benjamin mug, 

BOOK, JOB, AND CARD 

Br fif£ ffl f^J r ^ £i - 
CONCORD, MASS. 







iiri? a ir 'ti 1713 

1 f lu i4 11 iiii ik ill 



3 



EIGHTY-FOUR VARIETIES, 

MANUFACTURED BY 



A. L. JEWELL & CO., 

W&KSm&M, ECiSS. 

C^-SEISHD FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCITI^-AJR. 



j. m. biter & co., ijffllMOP BOLT MllllUES. 



i 



AUBURNDALE, MASS., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

EMERY k CROCUS CLOTH 

STICKS, Are. 



'I® 



CALEB BATES, 

KINGSTO 3XT, 

. _ ,...,., .. _ -;..;, 





BOtf 



*y* All of our Goods are warranted to be made 
from genuine WELLINGTON MILL 
EMERY. 



Water-Wheel f Lejfell'B American Double 

Turbine} Stump and Hock-Lij'ter Patent ; 
Bread- Knender (Patenl ; ItvcoUiny Steneil- 
llrush and Stencil-Alphabet Unhlrr (Pa 
S (London) i Jteeolviny Harrow (Pat cut applied for); »'('/»'• 
Protectors, Ac. *1 '<*. 



703 



M A SSAC H CSETTS DI R ECTO R Y . 



o us o it g- e ii. o i^ .v i? iv 



MANUFACTURER OK ALL KINDS OK 



% P\ 



r7 J V -" -■<'---. - .-•-.-. . 

iiyiiiii&ii i s 9 tiiiAwfcd I unto 

aOTXJSTTEIRS, TABLE TOPS, ETC., 

Of the best qualities of Foreign and Domestic Marble. Also, 

FREESTONE AND S0APST0NE -WORE TO ORDER. 

£5" Designs on hand for inspection. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. 



HANOVER 4r CORNERS. 



CEORCE H. CLAPP. 



WADSWORTH SALVE PLASTER 

IN ALL VARIETIES. 

WATERPROOF, HEAVY, AND LIGHT. 
Price from 10 to 25 Cents. 

A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO DEALERS. AN ARTICLE THAT NO PERSON SHOULD BE WITHOI I 

A New and Superior article for applying to wounds where the skin is broken. 
For a Burn, it has no equal, if applied immediately. It will relieve the pain at once, and prevent 
in healing, bv first wetting the burn with cold water, and then covering with the Plaster, after wetti 
the glazed side- 
Any ordinary washing will not remove it. Xo Mechanic that has used it once will ever be without it. 
It is equally good for chapped hands. 

II. WADS WORTH, Sole Manufacturer, Duxlmry Village, Mass. 
Entered according to Aet of Congress, in the year ISoS, by II. Wadsworth, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the D 
of M<u«achusett#. 






i . 



-M 









KijsrasTOisr, mass. 

This Hotel is pleasantly situated, commanding a fine view of tl ■ 
ing towns, and only one-etglitli of a mile from railroad station, an ! i* tl" '•' 
Motel in tow ii. 1 In rooms are large and pleasant tor summer b 
as low as the lowest. 

Connected with this Hotel, is one of the best Livery and Bo i 
the County. 

JOSIAH OUSHMAN, Propri 

A.. L. CTJSHMA1T, Cleric. 



AD V ERTISIN 6 D E P A III M KNT. 

MANUFACTURER OP 

Shoe Knives of all Muds, 

PEG CUTTERS, LAST HOOKS, 

BIRD'S EYE STAMPS, LEATHKR-TOr AWL-UAFT.S; SHOE 
KNIFE, FILE, AND HAMMER HANDLES; 

NAIL SETS, SCRATCH AWES, SCREW DRIVERS, &c. 

Blades for Patent Handles, and Knives lor Keen's Heel Machine, and other Shoe Machinery oo hand 

and made to order. 

NORTH BMDGEWATER, MASS. 




E L I S H A WASHBU R N , 

Haiisfactare rof Pressing Blackings, 

FOE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

Also Edge Blacking and Burnishing Blacking for Boot Shanks, Ladies 1 Shoes, §c. 

Also WHITE A^D BLACK VARNISHES, 

All of the best quality and at the lowest market prices. Orders solicited and promptly attended to, 
ALSO DEALER IN SHOE TOOLS AND FINDINGS. 



E, WASHBUM 



1TOETH BEIDGEWATEE, MASS. 



THOMAS REED, 

DEALER IX 

talutf, f apt Sanpjjs 



OOl'SE-FURMSIIKG GOODS, 

FANCY GOODS & TOYS, 

Central Block, Main St., 

SOUTH BRIDGE WiTER, MASS. 



PERLEY STEDMAN, 

Manufacturer of superior 

Emeiy & Crocus Cloth | 

AND STICKS. 

Also Dealer in Genuine Turkish Emery, 
Crocus, and American Emery, from Un- 
celebrated Victoria ami Washington Mills. 

Grades of Emery: Nos. 00, TO, SO, I'D, 
100, 1'20, F, FF, and Crocus. 

BRAINTREE, MASS. 



COFFIN WAREROOMS, 

NO. 35 MIDDLE STREET, PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

"- i| „ CHARLES RAYMOND, 



'•■ 



r\r 



■'% PNDEUTAKER, and I •• uler m <'"i \ [\s an«l 

:ji CASKETS, I'ICTI RK FRAMI Sand MOI U>1 * < 

i of every style. Alargc stock of nady-madc i 

i' on hand. 

03~ Cofllin made to order ut n few hour*' 
-"~* notice, In «t.vlr, price, ami Qnlfih, second in 

nouo. 



Xi- Repairing of Furniture, Upholstering, and Fancy Work, particularly and promptly done. 




MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



PLYMOUTH IRON FOUNDRY, 

Manufacturers of the 

ATLANTIC CAMBOOSE. 



ALSO COOKING STOVES; RING AND PLAIN 

CYLINDERS; A. T. CASTINGS; OVEN, 

ASH, AND BOILER DOORS; SINKS; 

BAllN-DOOIl ROLLERS, &c. 

Castings made to order. Also manufacture r> of 
p PLYMOUTH niVSTS, 
ALL, SIZES, IRON AND COPPEB. 



PLYMOUTH, MASS 



WILLIAM It. DREW, Tr,a,r. 



COBB & DREW, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



tacks, brad§, nails, mmn, & burrs. 

Copper, Brass, Iron, and Tinned BIYETS of all kinds. 

COOPER'S RIVETS from id to €d, in Casks of 100 lbs. each. OVAL, or CO UXTERSUXK 

HEADS, or EXTRA LEXGTIIS, made to Order. SWEDES and COMXOX I ICKS ; 

LEATHERED, CARPET, SHOE. JiRCSH, LACE, and GIME TACKS; 

EIN1SHIXG, HUNGARIAN, TRUNK, and CLOUT NAILS: BLACK 

and TINNED TRUNK NAILS : EATEN T BRADS, S:c., £c. 



REN J AM IN COBB. 



WILLIAM R. DREW 



PLASTER OF PARIS. 

E. & J. 0. BARNES, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CALCINED AND FARMER'S 



rp "S^ t 

i Jar) gjjjjjjjjgj j *&**> ^», d 



PLYMOUTH, Mass. 



L- O- DODGE, 

Manufacturer of 

UHION METAI 



BABBITTING SHAFTING BOXES. 

Also Dealor iu 

Old Iron, Brass, Copper, Zinc, 

Pewler, Lead, Glass, &c. 

All kinds of Paper Stock. 

Nos. 51 and 55 DUTTON ST., 

LOWELL r MASS. 



FRANKLIN TOBET, JR., 



DEALER IN 



Flour, Butter, Cheese, lard, anil Earns. 

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS AND NUTS, 
TEA, COFFEE, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &0. 

ISO Main Street, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. _ 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



11 



HOI WiilTBa WHBB2»S, 

MILL WOEK, 

AND 

3ME .A. O 2BE IE W S3 JEL ""ST, 

MANUFACTURED BY 

"PLYMOUTH MILLS,, 

PLYMOUT IKL, MASS. 

JEREMIAH FAKKIS, Agent, 

Successor to CALVERT & SARGENT, 

m 1 1 KT A f*T I 1 S3 ST O ^ ST MAP PJj !l?n??5V 



"Works at GRANITEVIIiLE, on the Stony Brook Railroad, near Lowell. 
Post-Office Address . . " GRANITEVILLE, MASS." 



SARGENT'S COLD-AIR WOOL-DRYING MACHINE, 



.■** 



■^*5£ 





SEND FOI1 CIBCVLA1S. 

.Manufactured to Order, Sargent's Patent Cleaning Machines, for Cleansing all kinds of Fibrous Materials. 

Patent Burr Pickers, for Mestizo and other burry wools; Patented Doc. 3, 1SG1. Superior Wool and Rag 
Pickers. Metallic Waste Cards, for Yarn aud Thread Waste. Burring Rollers lor Wool < ards, i [ual, ii not 
superior, to anv in u~e. Metallic Feed Rollers, Lickers-iu, and Workers. 

For Wool Cards, a superior article for 1st, 2d, and Finisher Cards. 

WOOL WASHING MACHIXES ON AN IMPROVED PLAN. The Wool being fed upon an 
apron, and passing through the washing process, and pressed nearly dry. The labor reipiin il I 
the feeding the wool on the apron; all 'other manipulations being performed by macliinery, and is .. 
the attention of all Woollen Manufacturers. 

All kinds of Worsted Machinery, Belt and Ring Combing Machines, for coarse and tine work. 

C G. SARGENT'S PATENT COTTON CIEANIN6 MACHINE, FLAX AND HEMP MACHINERY. 



SAMUEL LOSING, Proprietor, 

f LIISEIS fill 1MB llflt [S s 

I>3L,Y]>rOXJTTT, 3IASS., 

MASUFACTUBEB. OF 

TACKS, BRADS, NAILS, AND RIVETS, 

Swedes and Common Iron Tacks; Leathered, Carpet, Brush, Lace, and Gimp Tacks; Finishing, Hun 
"d, ad aud 3d Fine, Trunk, Clout, aud ( igar Box Nails; Black and limie.l Hunk Nulls; /.ine, . 
aud Steel Shoe .Nails; Brads and Patent Brads; Glaziers Points, etc., etc., etc. 

COPPER, BRASS, AND IRON RIVETS, OF ALL KINDS, 

Coopers' Rivets from Id to 6d, in Casks of 100 lbs each. Hose, Belt, and Sinn- Rivets and Burrs. 
Countersunk Heads, or Kxtra Lengths, made to order. Ship and Boiler Rivets o. all bizes and 1- lit; 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



^^"N. 




A. II. BRICK, 

Cane & Wood Seat Chairs, 

Opposite the Kailroad Station, 

GARDNER, MASS. 
t 

All kinds of CANE and WOOD SEAT CHAIRS n< 
ished,and supplied to the trade on the most reasonable ten • 

Chairs carefully packed in boxes or bundles for transport 
Orders by mail will receive immediate attention. 



HUNT, WAITE, & FLINT, 



wrrnp 



nil linn wmimm 



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MANUFACTURERS OK 



PATENT ROTARY FULLING MILLS, 

Hammer Falling Stocks Fulling Mills, Dusters, Looms, 

Washers for Rinsing Cloths, Gig3, Dye Tub3, Bine Vats, Wool Washers for Washing Wcol, Steam 
Boxes, Cloth Boards, Picker Sticks, Gri?t Mills, Upright and Circular Saw Hills, 

BREAST AND TURBINE WATER WHEELS, 

Regulators, Elevators, Shafting, Gearing, Pulleys, Gate Screws for Hoisting Gat«s, dtc. 

-ALSO- 

iro:n founders. 
evert; description of castings furnished at SHORT NOTICE. 

RODNEY HUNT. JAMES H. WAITE. DAVI D B. FLl NT. 

ORANGE, MASS. 

#mT N. B. — All Machines and Castings furnished at this Establishment Warranted. 




DERBY, KNOWLTOX, & CO.. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CMS SEAT Cff/ 

GARDNER, MASS. 

WAREROOMS, 141 NORTH STREET, BOSTON. 

' i\ DERBY. A. KNOWLTOX. H. C. KNOW LI »• 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



713 



MARTIl H. PIRKS & BRC . 



I 

! FLY FRAME BOBBINS, 

STKKTCHER 
' rWISTEK 
' SM'IIIIKK 

! wmoLLKN' 
'• BANDING 



a 1 

MAMFACTlItEKS OF 

RING FILLING, 
CARPET " 
JACK SPOOLS, 
I > HAWING SPOOLS, 
TWINE 

WARPER « 

CANDLE " 



WARP nnnisiNS, 

RING 

THROSTLE BOBBINS. 

WINDER 

CARPET WARP BOBBIN! 

SKEWERS. 

BUI TONS. 



Iluzzcy's Patent Bobbin, and nil kinds of Robbing and Spools uned by Cotteii, AVnolIrn, 
Silk, and Linen Manufacturers. 

ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE PARKS' PATENT JACK SPOOLS. 
LEVI N. PARKS, Agent - - - - WINCHENDON, MASS. 




C. S. GREENWOOD & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

11 11 fill) SEAT iifflS 

OW EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

South Gardner, Mass. 

C. S. Greenwood. J. H. Greenwood. c. H. Greenwood. 



^ZtorSS 



BARBER, BARKER, & CO., 



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GiMEEBS, MACHIM 



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1~, 

MILLWRIGHTS, 



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AJST> DESIGNERS OE MACHINERY. 

Having permanently secured the services of Messrs. J. D. CHASE <fc SOX, we are now manufacturing 

Chase's Patent Excelsior Turbine Water Wheels. 

Also, Circular Saw Mills with Improved Lever Log Pet, Grist Mills, Smnt Mills, Grain Elevators, Gate 
Holsters, Shafting, Gearing, Pulleys, Saw Arbor., &c., 

AND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

for manufacturing Lumber, with all the latest improvements. Particular attention paid to the Improvement 
of WATER POWERS and Mill Sites. Surveys made, Plans, Specification:*, and Estimates furnished. 

For Particulars and Trices, Address 

BARBER, BARKER, & CO., 
OEANGE, MASS. 

C, W. BARBER. II. P. BARKER. A. J. CLARKE. L. HARIWELL. 




MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



WRIGHT & MOORE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



WJR 




an & wooii-mtf chairs, 

Bay State Office, and Dining Chairs. 



WOOD-SEAT OFFICE CHAIRS, 

LAKCE AM) SHALL. 



David Wright, 
J. M. Moore. 



SOUTH GARDNER, Mass. 



GEORGE GERRY & SON, 



MANUFACTUBEBS OF 

IKPHOVED 






MMd rill tliMJIiiJi yJiMlj;, 

WOODWORTH'S & DANIEL'S 

PLAHIH& ■ MAGHINES, 

BLIND SLAT CRIMPERS, BENCH AND JACK SCREWS, 

CHAIR LATHES; 

ALSO 

ALL KINDS OF MILL AND SAW SHAFTING. 

JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

SHOP, No. O MILL STREET, 

ATHOL DEPOT, MASS. 



GEO. GERRY. 



GEO. M. GERRY. 




THOMAS GREENIYOU]), 



MANUFACTURER OF 



CANE-BACK 

SOlTfl GARDNER, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DKIU RTMENT. 



15 



The United Society °- B - coburn & co., 

COMMISSION IRflLim, 



MANUFACTURE 






Dish & Floor Mops, Table Mats, 



&c, &c. 
Orders may be addressed, 



DEALERS IN 

SPERM, WHALE, LARD, OLIVE, 

Kerosene and Linseed Oils, 

Leather, Hruahca, Holler Cloth, and ITanu* 
facturers' Supplies Generally, 



T 1 Wk'41 01 • I VII ir BUTTON ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

John Whitley, Shirley Village, Mass. I c. b. a»im.. c. h. < ,., 



L. KILBUHH & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OK 



Cane-Seat Chairs, mm, 

mm - & 




Pine & Chestnut Chamber Sets, Stands & Tables, 

OH.AKTG-B, MASS. 

L. Kilburk. R. Frexch. G. E. Polasd. 

J. S. Dewing is connected with the Arm of L. K. 4 Co. in the manufacture of Furniture. 



GHEO. H. RICHARDSON, 

PRACTICAL MACHINIST, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

MATCH AND SASH MACHINERY, 
DOOR PLANERS, PANEL RAISERS, CHAIR LATHES, PEGGING JACKS, &c, 

AT1I0L DEPOT, MASS. 



16 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



13 






(SUCCESSOR TO F. W. & F. A. WHITNEY,) 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, 

CARTS, TOY CABS, &c. 
LEOA1INSTER, MASS. 

HUBBARD & SARGENT, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

; JkiL «£aL $% p% IraP ww WW M M p ' ; ,-* 

And Dealers in 

Steam and Gas Pipe, Fittings and Fixtures, 
NEWTON'S LAME - - FiTCHBURC. 

^g* Personal attention given to the fitting up of buildinga with Mi am 
and Gas Pipe, and the connecting of Steam Boilers. 

A- W. HUBBARD. J- B. SAKGKN i . 

HEYWOOD, WHEELOOK, & CO., 

FXTGHBTJH& IRON FOUNDRY, 

WATER STEEET, OPPOSITE PUTNAM MACHINE SHOP. 

iiiif. fjyswiiras 

Of all kinds furnished to order, and with despatch. 

ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 

Walter .Heywood. George Wheelock. Harrington Sibley. J. S. Wlla o 







FOSTER, DAYIS, & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PAGE'S PATENT EZTEITSION PIPE T01TGS, 

CAST STEEJL SJLEDGES, 

Stone, Hand, Drilling, and Brick Hammers, 

AXLETREES-- MOULDS OH FINISHED. 
CKOWBABS, " " 

SteoM'lAted SJeigh^boes, and all kind-, of Mill Irons. Machinery Forging of all descriptions. All i 
kinds of Edge Touls made aud repaired. 

J: ft IS"! FITGHBTJlir.. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



The WJiitnma & Miles ."laniifnctariii" Co.. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Mowing and Heaping Machine Knives and Sickles, 

OF SUPERIOR QUALITY AND FINISH. 

WEST FITCIIBURG, MASS. 

Kgr Refer to the leading Manufacturers of Mowers and Reapers in the United States and Canada?. 



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ram 

HOTEL, 
Fitchburg, Mass, 



BY 



II. f. BIT. 



%e. Ta-isenpers conveyed to and 
8 from the House free of ch.irrre. 






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Opposite the Railroad Depots, 

FITCI-IBTIRGr, MASS. 
JOSEPH WATEBEOUSE, Proprietor. 

FREE CARRIAGES 

10 AND FKOM THE CABS. 



713 



MACHINERY, PATENT SAW BENCHES, ETC. 



WARDWELL'S 

PATENT SAW BENC1 




MANUFACTl 



JAMES GOODRICH &. CO., FITCHBURG, Mass 

SOLE OWNERS OF THE PATENT FOE THE UNITED STATES. 




it. 4 \ ,11'IIK I, k^acilf I. " ".' 1 , (frill « IMIMU. 1 KlllVS) V 

working Shops, are obvious, but can only bt- appreciated by its use. 

We refer to many of the largest Manufacturers in the country, who have these Saw Benches in u; 



MANUFACTURERS ALSO OF 

Wood Planers and Matchers, Boilers and Force Pumps, 
FAN BLOWERS, SHAFTING, MILL GEARING, &C 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 719 

Xj. 3D. "WZKIEIEXjIEIR/, 

t$ m p™i m m ¥1 Tiff T-^ 76 T3? T* 3 """ 

*fe> «sl» (m d&> *SS) dps uleHI wfflis ww <K» fe* && j 

AND MANUFACTURE!! OF 

man main seam mis md hi nam 

PATENT RIGHTS FOR SALE. 

FITCUISUIIG, MASS. 

wm:. a., hardy, 

4t\ t wr% ft (CX C^ - fpl 4f% «^*?» ■» «7* «itk **r^ rl?r ^ 

wwc .jMl m 9*\ % §4 § & % I m ^|R &< 

Jm* *&> w a* «■*** k> iw^ *i» 'iup %J <hM- *M~r ««USt^?w© 

M^STTJ^ACTTJIRXCR, OF 1 

Copper, Brass, & Composition Castings. 

ALSO 

HARDY'S LIHIH& . METAL 

FOR BOIES AND BEARINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

Which, having been fully demonstrated by trial, is warranted superior to all other 
Metals for lining purposes. Being of a hard, tough nature, and melting at a higher 
degree of temperature than most of lining metals now in use, it is adapted- to Railroad, 
Steamboat, and other work where strength and durability is required. 



FITCHBURG, MASS. 

WESTON <fc PLACE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

STEEL, BRASS, CANE, k LEASE REEDS, 

AND WEAVING HABKESSES. 

Manufacturers' Supplies furnished at Short Notice. 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 

All orders by mail or otherwise will receive prompt attention, 
8. N. WESTON. J. D. PLACE. 



720 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

33. S. I-I^LIil & SON, j 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

IXSUMTED COPPER k mm WIRE,! 

i 

For Galvanic Batteries, Telegraphic and Philosophical purposes; 

KILE'S FLEXIBLE C03STJD"CrGTI3Sra- OOIFLIO- 

ALSO 

WORSTED BRAIDS. 

WIIXP3?LE SriLLS ----- LOWELL, MASS. 

All descriptions of Silk and Cotton Covered Wire manufactured to order. 
B, S. Hale. James B. Halk. 

HOWE & GOODHUE, 

Manufacturers of every variety of 






Adapted to Fine Wool or Cotton. 

AND 

CYLINDER STRIPPERS 

OF VARIOUS DIMENSIONS. 
*3 ! * Particular attention given to Cards designed for "Worsted Work. 

!>2 jflarltct S$, 9 JLoweSM, jflsiss* 

E. B. HOWE. | JASON GOODHUE. 

WILLIAM E. LIVINGSTON, 

DEALER 1ST 

^^ yyp Jrm* JLa j W l ^LJ ^JJ JLJ $ 

LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, 

BRICKS, HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, &c. 
TNTo- 9 Tliorntlilse Street, Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



721 



& ^gg-fe JOHN WESTWOOD, J& ' 






Manufacturer of 



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Ladies', Hisses', & Children's 



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Adapted to the Western, Southern, §• New England Trade. 

IVo. 02 Munroe Street, 

LYNN, MASS. 

AMERICAN AWL AND NEEDLE WORKS, 

T. T. WOODWARD, Supt., 

No. 6 Harrison Court, Lynn, Mass., 

MANUFACTURE , 

3mm §M»fo P#«I HwWw IMHtf* ("§tfiM/') 

SAIL, BAGGING, UPHOLSTERERS' & CROCHET NEEDLES, &c. 



AGENTS FOR THE HcKAT NEEDLE, ("Hector.") 
Gordon McKay, No. G Bath Street, Boston. 

William Smiley & Sox, Haverhill, agent3 for Haverhill and vicinity and New Hampshire. 
CROSBY, BUTTERFIELD, & Haven, No. 22 Dey Street, New York, agents for the Southern, Western, 
id Middle States. 
Any persons ordering- of the above will obtain the Needles at the same prices as at the Manufactory. 



J. F. LAMPHIER, O. PHILLIPS, 



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939 & 



MANUFACTURER OF 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

BnO-A-H) STREET, 

LYNN, f¥2AS8. 



iacliine Needles 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
No. 20 Munroe Street, 

LYNN, MASS. 



J. W. TEWKSBURY, 

Builder, Contractor, 

AND 

STAIR BUILDER, 

Foot of Commercial Street, 

LYNN, Mass. 

ti'a~ All work done in the most thorough 
manner. 



JOHN T. MOULTOX & CO., 

SEorotra Banufariums. 

20 Munroe Street, 

( Factory, 10 Marion St.,) 

LYNN, MASS. 



John T. IIoulton. James T. Moulton. 

John Donallan. 



^vfOfe 'A/- 



WELLS & WILCOX, 

r: f t r^W WATCHMAKEES & JE WELLE 

C V'_- --J TOLMAN'S BUILDING. 65 MARKET STREET. 



TOLMAN'S BUILDING, 65 MARKET STREET, 
LYX\, MASS. 



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gp 



jf|§F- £"p- Chronometer.*, Duplex, Repealing, and Lever 



Watches adjusted and repaired. Also brench Timepieces 
and Music Boxes, and Nautical Instruments 




KENNEDY & EWART, 

STEAM & GAS FITTERS. 



-t, TrT--. 



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AND DEALERS IN 

GAS, STEAM, AKD WATER PIPES, 
Gas Fixtures, Shades, Gas Stoves 

Q| STEAM & WATER GAUGES, WHISTLES, OIL CUPS, &c. 
JP 3 UNION STREET, LYNN, MASS. 

JiEAU CEXTKAL DEPOT. 






Factories, Stores, Dwellings, and all Tublic Buildings fitted with Steam and Gas Pipes, on reasonable terms. 

Orders promptly attended to. 

TRUE G. BLETHEN, 

*>EALER IK 

ROCiCPORT AI1D QUINCY G33AR3ITE. 

All kinds of Granite Work for Cemeteries. Posts, Caps and Sills, Door Steps, Underpinning 
of all kinds. Gate Posts and 3Ionuments, plain and ornamental. 

LOXG WHARF, FOOT OF SEA STREET, LYNN, MASS. 

JOHN M. ANJDEUSOiV, 

GLUE MAOTFACTUREli, 

SALEM TURNPIKE. 

-eicT Cash, paid for GJ-lue Stock- 



JAMES GRIFFIN & CO, 



.Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 



PLAST11MS HAIR 

No. 20 BEAYER STREET, 
SALEM, MASS. 



N.Jl. — Orders either for the Shipping or 
Local Trade will be filled with despatch, 
and at the lowest rates. 



ANDERSOM & REYNOLDS, 

MANUFACTURERS Or 

Children's Conipo Shoes, 

•105 ESSEX ST., SALEM, MASS. 



I . . - . . -^- - / / ,,.-— -\ 

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Hum 









1 CHAM.F.\(iE HAIlt »1K. 

1^1 The mott tconoinu ul Dye in the world; the easiest applied k 
and most duruMfi it»i!l not injure the skin, and can here- 
moved instantly; it has advantages ahove ull other l>\r* in | 
use. there being no oflensive oilor whatever. Once tried.al- 

ied. Full (1 rcctions acc-impnnyins each packupe. lo I , 



p] 



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unci ...i-rielor. All orders hy mttil promptly u> I, ' 

VMr. -^ Vs f.htrd N iintiS.tt. Rut Snugus. Mugs. j / 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



23 



HENRY DE. C .A. RL T O IV, 

DEALEE IN 
I 

HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS, 



Staple and Fancy Dry Good 



SMALL WARES, TRDDHNGS, BUTTONS, GLOVES, & HOSIERY, 

ON THE CASH SYSTEM. 

LADIES' EXCHANGE, So. 133 BROAD STREET, 

LYNN, MLA.SS. 



THOMAS R. BOWDEM, 

tffel 



4.SOi£S«.? 



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Sassa* 



Wwaaata? 



I - 1 " ■ e =s£ .-/----..-^^a ■ 

Market, cor. Tremont Street, Lynn, Mass. 

£2* All garments warranted to fit. 



JAMES SAMUELS, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CHANNEL CEMENT. 

The best article in the market for McKay's Machine 
Sewed Work. Warranted to give satisfaction. 

ALSO MANUFACTURER OF 

CHILDREN'S COMPO SHOES. 

1 MAY STREET. 

WEST LYINTV, MASS. 



FKAHII J. MEDINA 



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X 



MAJSrUF^CTUKErt OF 



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X. i-1 %Z»^ jiX Jul 



HAI1WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

AND 

HAIRDRESSING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



AI-SO MANUFACTURER OF 



Post-Office Building, Market Street, 

L Y IX TV 5 31 -A. S S. 



724 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

THE LOWELL STEAM BOILER WORKS 



ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH 



fl .IMF I ■•■■#§ il 1 IB b & S 1# is £ II d j 

STEAM BOILEHS, | 

STILL ^ISTID "WWTER, TANKS 3 
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Dution St., near Jfl'eclianics'* .Wills, Lowell. 

Wm. Dobbins & Co,, Proprietors, 



Repairing done at the shortest notice, Second-hand Boilers constantly en 

hand, and for sale. 

3ET- e&? Jk.. - tH7Tam*3SnEr5r, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 

WFOTM riiilHl | MBfSirUVTTIlSUFI] 

IS LdiiLhii, llMlll, & lVIIISlJlMiA mm.i\, 

ALSO, 

Pine, Cedar, Spruce, and Hemlock Shingles, Clapboards, Laths, Fence 
Pickets, etc. Dimension and Building Timber. 

Planing, Matching, and Sawing done to order. 

Western Avenue, nearly opposite Wamesit Steam Mills, Lowell. 

H. WHITNEY. A. WHITNEY. 

.a., cr. is: i s c o :x, i 

CAS (A. </Lk cKX djJk'3 oo Jo <x> X ii_J do co Jo VA eta lU ota L> cA^A cL L $ 

Middlesex St., near Northern Depot, Lowell; 
10 Central St., Worcester, Mass. 

All Kinds of TILES and RASPS Made from the Best Cast Steel, and Warranted 
NEW WORK KEPT C'ONSTAIVFIA" ON HAND. 

Particular attention given to Re-cutting old Files and Rasps, and warranted equal to n> ■-■< 
1 for use. Re-cut Files constantly on hand to exchange, or for sale. 
Mt>- Orders by Express or otherwise, at either place, will receive prompt attention. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



725 



P. W. NICHOL S & C O., 



SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE 



^fc VP v ) r' i i i I U % 
%&# jgg| \y W H Is) <& Sh| 

Manufactured by 

for. South Common & Vine 




ill! - 

* A. B. HOWE, New York 



J 



F. W. NICHOLS. 



iLTsrixriLNr. 



Streets, and 20 Jlimroc Street, 



O. L. BALDWIN. 



E3T" The subscribers will warrant and defend every machine sold by them, both as to the quality of the 
w>irk', and the right to use the same. This machine is duly licensed, notwithstanding the reports of interested 
parties to the contrary. 



MACE & SWAIN, 



Cor. of Main & Federal Sts., 



i 

ia 1 1 ■', $ H 



LYNN, >L1SS, 



{^j- Particular attention paid to Jobbing. 



HATCH a a MARRIOTT. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 
ALL KINDS OF 

Trunks, Va Eases, 

AND BAGS, 

No. 8 PRESCOTT STREET, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



^L. BACHELDBE; 7 S 

! BUNG & PLUG MANUFACTORY, 

BROADWAY, LOWELL, MASS. 

Constantly on hand, a large assortment of all sizes Tine, Spruce, and Oak Bungs, for 

j Oil, Spirits, Vinegar, Beer, Molasses, and Tar Barrels. 

Also Lager Beer Bungs, Beer Taps, Vents, and Plugs of every description for Butter, 
Beef, Pork. Lard Inspectors, Grocers' Plugs, Oil Taps, cScc, &c. 

j JOHN S. JAQUES 8c CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

;P0W1E LOO : SHUTTLES, 

LOWELL, MASS. 
At Wamesit Power Co., Lawrence Street. 



^"OKDliltK raOJUTLY ATTESBEB TO. 



726 



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BEDSTEADS, SPRING COTS, ETC. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



727 



THOMAS F. BURGESS & CO. 



p, mm m 1 1 

Nr 1 ' Nil : 















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AND 



235 MIDDLESEX STREET, 
• LOWELL, MASS. 






MANUFACTURERS OF 

Siaftonari) anb portable Stent Engines, 

CITABLE GANG & CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, 

WHJL GEARING & SHAFTIXG, 

ELEVATORS, CRANES, 

HYDHOSTATIC PBESSES, 

WITH STOP VALVES AXD PIMPS. 

WELLMAFS TOP CAED STEIPPING APPARATUS, 

EXPEKI31ENTAL MACHINERY, 

Patent Office Models and Patterns of all Descriptions. 

JOBBING, in all its branches, done promptly, and in the most thorough manner. 
THOMAS F. BURGESS. OTIS ALLEN. 



72S 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



CARE, BEOWN & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY VARIETY 

BiW HORN DHlgglXG AND OT C0MB8. 

ALSO 

Pocket, Kidding, Plantation, and Horse Combs, 

Dealers in Horns, Horn Tips, and Waste. 

IJEWBURYPORT, Mass. 

EDWARD F. COFFIN. 



WILLIAM FORBES. 



JOHN CARR. 



TOWLE & JOMS, 

Wholesale Manufacturers of 

Silver Spoons, &c. 

Bear No, 8 Merrimac St,, 
NEW30BVP5RT, MASS. 



JOHN W. DODGE & SON, 

Carriage In tiers, 

Nos. 29 and 31 Liberty SI reel. 

SALEM,' MASS. 



New and Second IIAnd Carriages constantly 
on hand. 

Wheels of every description made to order. 
4Ctf=- Especial attention paid to Repairing. 



J. W. DODGE k SON, 



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MANUFACTURER OF 



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Portable, Treadle, Lathe,- and Dentists' 

GRINDSTONES, 

&UQE T0O£S, BUW ClHA^a^EET ROODS', 

^^OBCIISriBIR,^ ETC., 

26 SOUTH COMMON ST., LYNN, MASS. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Machine Screws, Finished Bolts, 

CAP AND SET SCREWS. 

Peabody, Goodliue & Co., Manufacturers, 



BROOKS' MILLS 



LOWELL, MASS. 



! Screws of all kinds on hand and made to order. Particular attention paid to CARD and ( 

SAMPLE SCREWS. 

RICHARD KITSON, 

Dutton Street, Lowell, Mass, 



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BUILDER OF EIIGII3H PICKERS (LAPPEP.S), 

WITH RECENT VALUABLE IMPROVED EN ITS. 

KITSOX'S PATENT COTTOX OPENEll AND CLEANER. 

Ka^-Pickers for Cotton and "Wool, Shoddy and Yarn Waste. 

WRIGHT'S CELEBRATED TURBINE WATER-WHEEL. 

NEEDLE-POINTED CARD CLOTHING, FOR HEMT, FLAX, JUTE, &c. 




& CO 



DEALERS IN 



"W. NASH 

"^^^ COOKING, PARLOR, & OFFICE STOVES, 

Wooden Ware and Kitchen Furniture, 
No. 105 CENTRAL STREET, 



LOWELL, MASS. 

Agents for Stewart's Cooking Stoves, and A. C. Barstow's Castings, 

PUMP WORK AND REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. 



<-><> ENGINE HOSE, LEATHER BELTING. ETC. 

LOWELL 

Leather Belting & Fire-Engine 
Hose Oanufactory. | 

JOSIA.I-I QA.TJES, Proprietor. 

Nos. 4 & 6, DutSon St, Lowell, Mass. 

Superior Stretched, Cemented, and Stitched, Oal; and 

Hemlock Tanned, Leather Belting, Cotton Spinning, 

Banding, Holler Clothes, Lacings, 

AND MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES GENERALLY. 

ALSO ALL KINDS OF 



Made from the be*t quality Philadelphia and Baltimore Oak Leather, and put together with TINNED Rivets 

(a new improvement, yhich prevents them from corroding and rotting the Leather), will be 

furnished to order, and warranted of the VERY BEST WORKMANSHIP. 

Fire-Buckets, Blunderbusses, Suction Eose, Couplings, &c, &c, furnished at short noti( .-. 

US' All orders for REPAIRS OE LEATHER HOSE will be promptly attended to., r 'r 

After numerous experiments with other material for making Hose, all of which have proved of no ' 
tin- public are forced to the conclusion that SAFETY and ECONOMY in extinguishing tires euu v\..} .■ 
obtained by the use of 

and we promise our best eilbrts to furnish a PERFECTLY RELIABLE ARTICLE to all who may favor cj 
with an order. 

ItEFEREXCES : 

AGENT OF MIDDLESEX MILLS. i CHARLES A. BABCOCK, 

MASSACHUSETTS COTTON MILLS. Of the firm of A. & A. Lawrence, Bost< n. 

HAMILTON 3IANUEACTUR1NG CO. B. F.PARROfT, 

LOWELL MANUFACTURING CO. Chief Engineer of Lynn, Mass. 

" TRKMONT MANUFACTURING CO. BENJAMIN BOOTH, 

" BOOTT COTTON MILLS. Chief Engineer of Lawrence, Mass. 

" APPLETON COMPANY. ! JOSEPH TiLTON, 

LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING CO. ; Chief Engineer of Lowell, Mass. 

" SUFFOLK MANUFACTURING CO. LUCIUS ALDRICH, 

HILL MANILA* K 'i.'lMi CO., Chief Engineer of Fitchburg, Mass. 

of Lewistuu, Maine. i 

JOSIAH GATES, Nos, 4 k 6 Mechanics' Building, 

DUTTOS STREET, LOWELL, MASS. (Opp. Boston <C- Lowell !>■ . 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 7^1 



MANUFACTURER OF 

I Weavers' Reeds, Loom Harnesses, 



AND ALSO 



PATENT WIRE IIEDDEES, 

Warranted not to catch the Warp Thread in the Eye. 
OFFICE, MANUFACTORY, AND RESIDENCE, 

Churcli Street, corner of Warren Street, near Middlesex Mills, 

XjOXTCTJSIjXj, MASS. 



.A-HVEOS S^Zt^BO^ItSr & CO., 

AND 

Manufacturers of Silver-Ware, 

FORKS, SPOOLS, KNIVES, EiAMJBS, ETC. 

^■^^^'^y^r^*^j.^ IMPORTERS OP 

r.Svpv''^ FmE ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES, 

' ' i ''' Z-J, I ' V J '-' - ff|_ 

f '■,-%_..- >. - , i . ' v| And Agents for the AMERICAN WATCHES for Lowell and 

,,;-"- .. : '-;r; P , . >-j vicinity. 

#f3fe . y :--',* iff" The largest assortment of JEWELRY and SrLVER-PLATED WARE 

- \W ■..; ~ !""..,„ 1 i ...J to be found in New England, out of Boston, 

" 3gtj £ Q £%M'~ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Manufactured to order, and at very low prices. 

Fine Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired and warranted. ENGRAVING, of every variety, 
executed in the very best style. 

The only place in Lowell where Silver Spoons and Silver- Ware are manufactured, 

ISo. 25 CEWTRALr, CORNER MI]>3>M2 STRKET, 

LOWELL, Mass. 

AMOS SANBORN. II. B. BACON. 



L. 13. RICHA-UDSOIsr & CO., 

H O) m S M s, 

OFFICE, 108 CI^TKAL ST., CORNER OF I1FRD, 

Money to Loan on Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods, Piano Fortes, Boots, Shoes 

Carriages, Harnesses, &c., \c. 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY NEATLY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED. 

Eastern, Western, and Canada Money Bought. 

The best Lunett Watch ttlass inserted for 15 lent*. 

N.B. — An endless variety of Unredeemed Property for sale CHEAP. 

L, B. RICHARDSON. F. I,. RICHAKDSO 



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PAPER MILL BARS, PLATES, KNIVES, ETC. 



Daniel Lovejoy's Knife Manufactory, 

(LATE LOVEJOY &. BUTTEUFIELD,) 

COMTEK OF EOOS AND GUSHING STEEETS . . LOWELL, MASS, 
















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Manufacturer of 



Paper-Mill 

me Bins: 

AND 

PLATES, 

Eite-CDTTERS &TKKIMIXG K.MVE5 

ALSO, 

Planing, Stave, Shinple. *«»'» 
Moulding Knives. Logwood 
Cutters, Shenr Blade*, 
Matcher Bits, nud 
every descrip- 
tion of 



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Flooring Kn 



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Rag Cutter. 

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M?\ patti:k\ kmvi>, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

i Cor. of Rock and Cashing St- 

LOWELL, MASS. 



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Improved steel I'll 



XT' All Orders and Patti ml, ' 
tors of Inquiry, addn - ■ ■'• 
will be promptly utt< ud< • 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



J®. M\ e<f3>JL<C(fPMJ!2 9 



MANUFACTURER OF 



OAK-TANNED STRETCHED 

LEATHER BELTING, 

SINGLE AND DOUBLE, WITH STITCHED, RIVETED, OR PEGGED LARS, 

•Year the JVorth Railway Station, Lawrence. +11 ass. 

REFERENCES- W. C. Chapin, Agent Tacific Mills, Lawrence; C. S. Storrow, Tr< a . I ss< k Com- 
pany, Lawrence; E. S. Lesley, Agent Ocean Steam Mills, Ne\vbur> port ; W. Steatf ns, Agenl l'< rtsuiouth 
Steam Mills, N.IL; J. Sturtevant, Norway Plains Co., Rochester, N.H.; J. A. Robertson, Steam Mills, Fed- 
eral Street, Boston. 

If. B. FAVOR Si SOH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

buck 'in, iimiin & cibiiit iueued 

AND 

I»ITVE DOORS, 



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Wamesit Steam Mills, Dutton Street, 



N. B. FAVOR. 



LOWELL, MASS. 



N. P. FAVOR. 



WARREN & ROBINSON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 









Of every description, for COTToN AND WOOLEN MACHINERY, set in Leather and English Card I loth. 

ALSO 

STRIPPER AND NAPPER CASES OF ALL KINDS, 

Corner of Turnpike and Mcihuen Streets - - LAWRENCE, MASS. 

ALBERT WARREN. n - F - ROBINSOX. 

&2~ Orders respectfully solicited and promptly executed. Satisfaction guaranteed. JL8 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



v BAKTLETT I). CROCKETT, 

] \ M A N L FACTU R E ■ F 

WBOBBIMS & SPOOLS, 









For Cotton and Woollen Mills, 



Rope-Walk Bobbins made and repaired; also, all kinds of Wood-Turning, such as Mill Col- 
umns, Piazza Columns, Fence Posts, Balustrade Balusters, Store Posts, and Baluster 
Belaying Pins. All kinds of Fancy Turning in Wood. 

SHOP AT A. BLOOD'S MACHINE SHOP, 

Near the North Eailway Station - - - LAWRENCE, MASS. 



A - S n , B ^ -?" E R ' I Carriage Manufactory. 

Dealer in all kinds of O J 



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AND 

Lead, Tin, Kubber, 
---_ Gutta Percha, Zinc, 
s and Wood Pipes, and | 
S Kubber Hose tor Force . 




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Every description of 



PN"^.; Pumps, at the lowest 
-55 ~\ Cash Prices.. 

31 *"• Tire*™ I OAEEIAGES MADE TO OEDEE, 



V- ; ,;-,m\^- LAWRENCE, MASS. 

Pinups set and repaired in the best manner, and war- j 
ranted. 



and warranted as represented. 

G. H. MORRILL & CO., 

SALISBURY POINT, Mas*. 



WILLIAM E. JORDAN, & CO, 



M VNUFACTURERS OF 



INNER & OUTER SOLES, 

Stiffenings, Heels, & Taps, 

REAR &G4I MEItROIAdK ST., 

KA.V'ERKlLLt MASS* 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 
Post-Office Box 781.] 



E. A. BRADLEY, 




Paints, Oils, & Glass, 

DOORS, WINDOWS. & BLINDS. 

C MAIN STItEET, HAVERHILL, .'n«<. 



BLANCHARD'S EDGE VARNISH, 

A SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS' USE. 

Having been manufactured and sold by the proprietor for the last twenty-nine years, the Incre 
and for the same is n sure guaranty that it is an excellent article. 
The public must bejtvare of a counterfeit article, headed " BALTIMORE VARNISH," as each 



his manufacture has the name in full on label. 

CHARLES BLANCHARD, Solo Manufacturer, 
HAViarti-iiii Hi, 3VE -a. » js. 

Agents for the sale of mv Varnish:— Isaac Colhurn & Co., 72 Milk Street, Boston: Arthur 
ball, State street, I. vim: X. II. Mvrick. Union, cor. Nullum street, Lynn; Richardson A: Poor, >t. 
James h\ Woodward & Co., South Tie iding. ttxT A liberal discouut made to the Trade. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HARVEY BROTHERS, 



WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF 



MEN'S, LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S 



(X E A It B E 1» O X,) 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Orders respectfully solicited. 

E. A. HARVEY (formerly of Lowell, Ma3S.) J. A. HARVEY. 



AYER BROTHERS, 

Wholesale 3Ianufacturers of 

BLACIi AXD COLORED* 

T f ? A fkl JOT BL *P CP 

wO-OL Hit 111 

Washington St., 

(Near the Depot,) 

HAVERHILL, Mass. 



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PHINEAS AYER. 



GEO. AYER. WALTER AYER. 



B. W. FLANDERS, 

SALISBURY POINT, Mass., 

Scat & Doit Builder. 



PLEASURE BOATS AND DORIES of all 
kinds for Shore, I5a>'k, and Trawl Fishing, 
constantly on hand. 

-ft^ All Orders promptly attended to. 



WILLIAM J"OHZ3>rSOISr. 



No. 21 Merrimack St., HAVERHILL, Mass., 



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5S5^ 'jocr-^i (jFTtI [»ni Grai [F^ ^J*""^^ rr^^-jspa 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 



SUPERIOR SIW1I MIMES, FOIDERS, RIMERS, STAYERS, &f. 



All in want of an excellent SEWING MACHINE for family or manufacturing purposes will please 
call and see me before purchasing. I can furnish any kind of Machine in the market at manufacturer'* 
price, deliver it in any part of the Town or vicinity, and put it in ruuning order free of charge. 



JAMES NOTES & CO., 



Wholesale k Retail Dealers in 



DANIEL HOOKE, 

Asrcut for and Dealer in 



Paints, Oils, Glass, fpsiniJ §n$lxnmtii$, 



DOORS, SASHES, & BLINDS, 

Papur Hangings &, Painters' Supplies, 
At the lowest market priced. 

N©. r>o 7SKRKI.ua.cij: street, 

HAVERHILL, Mass. 



Sewing .^facilities, 

Fire-Proof Safes, Seal and Harul Si 

31elvj*y Machine l*urt», Sprlntr*, Needles, 
Button-Hole and Knitting Machines, Treadles, 

NO. 48 MERRIMACK STREET, 

HAVERKLULj MA.SS. 



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ENGINES, MACHINERY, CASTINGS, ETC. 



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15 WATER ST., NEAR CUSTOM HOUSE, 



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NEWBURYPOET, MASS. 



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Ami ISiiililer of the ^lason L,oom, and other Cotton 

.flaoliinory. 

KB* Portable and Stationary Engines constantly on hand, and made to ordi r 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ALBERT E. CUBBIES, 

RASS FOUNDER & MACHINIST 









ALSO MANUFACTURER OK 

GLOBE VALVES, 

FOR STEAM AND GAS. 



yji Gas and Water Cocks, ; 



Spikes, Bolts, Rudder-Braces, 

Side-Lights, &c. 




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SHIP AND OTHER BRASS CASTINGS 

OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. 
2To. 212 MEBBIMAC STREET, WBWBUBTPORT. 



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*E> &JD yS^ *M k Bl W JUI £t) JS® fed A^l^ £fi J I im I 

At this large manufactory may be had 

BREAD of every variety, 

CAKE, and PASTRY, at Wholesale or Retail 

BUTTER and WINE CRACKERS, MILK 
and SODA BISCUIT, packed in tin, and bent 
to any part of the world. 

JOHN PEAESON, JE. 

ESSEX WHARF, 

I\ T E W BUETPO R T, MASS. 




James F* Woodward & Co* 




MANUFACTURERS OK 



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L 3LAD2S, 

Pegging-Machine Awls, 
SHOE TOOLS, &c. 

Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of 

WARREN'S 



Patent Edge Planes, 



ALBION STREET, NEAR BOSTON & MAINE R.H. DEPOT, 
SOUTH HEADING, MASS. 

J. F. WOODWARD, RICHARD BR IT TON. 

Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



H'm. Cns/iing, President. 



Thos. E. Cuttir, 1 r> naurt-r. 



ESSEX HAT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 



SIANUFACTURERS OP 



STAPLE AMD FANCY WOOL HATS, 

OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, 

For the New -En gland. Western, and Southern Trade. 

MANUFACTORY AT '208 MERRIMAC STREET, NEWBURYPORT, MASS. 

SALESROOM AT 483 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

SELLING AGENT IN NEW YORK II. F. SHEPHERD. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF WORKS AND GENERAL AGENT EDWIN BLOOD. 




BLAKE & NOYES, 

48 MERRIMACK STREET - - - NEWBURYPORT. 

Will give their personal attention to 

Painting, Graining, Ornamenting, Varnishing, and 
S»- Polishing 

- 1 \ I m - : Sp ships' cabins. 

Having had many years' experience in that branch of business, they can assure the public that all wi rk i 
] tii.it Irfud entrusted to their care will be done equal to any ship-work in this or any other city. Also 

j Mouse, Ship, Sif/n, «£• Ornamental Painting ; Glazing, Graining, Gilding, & Paper ITaHf/lng' 

Executed in the best style. Sashes and Blinds furnished to order at short notice. 



J A. M ES "W. CHE ZST E Y, 



NEWBURYPORT AGENT FOR 



Mason Ac hlajm:li:n*s* 

CABI1JET At B POETAELE GUGAITS 




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7ZM 



PRICES FROM S7.3 TO 81,000. 

ry Tiistrviiiiont Warranted for FIYE YEAItS- 

ley are recommended by over two hundred of the first musicians of the country. 

14 STATE STREET, NEWBURYPORT. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 






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C A. NOLCII I, 

SHIP .A^STID 



n :: | FAMILY DRUGGIST, 

I, a NO. 4 STATE STREET, 

; -:| NEWBVRYPOKT, .^I;is^.. 



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Has the most improved machinery, and is prepared to Grind or Pulverize, as maybe required, anv articles of 
Drugs, Herbs, &c, &c, at short notice, in the most satbfactory manner. 
Zm~ Post-Office Address, Box 70. 



JOSEPH B. CREASEY, 

HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN, 






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©MAillT il. PiHRPSa." : 

ALSO DEALER IX ^ •-•"- ..J^- '' 

Paints, Oils, Varnish Brushes, and Painters' Supplies, 

PIOTUBE <& "V7"X2sTr)0"V7" OIL,A.S3 3 

QOQRSy SilSHESj hMU B.LIKQS« 

Ships' Cabins Grained, Ornamented, and Polished. 

No. 3 Water Street, Newburyport, Mass. 



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WCHTF! 




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(Sign of tht> Golden Ilaylc,) 



8IL0GH 



No. 62 MERRIMACK STREET, 
nrEWBIIRYPORT, MASS. 



Oysters in every Style, and Refreshments of all kinds usually kept in a first-class 
I Saloon. Meals furnished at all hours of the day and evening. 

J. W. SLINEY, Proprietor. 

; "The Newburyport Dally Herald," 

THE ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IX ESSEX COUNTY, 



AND THE 



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NEWBURYPORT HERALD," 

SEMI-WEEKLY, 

! ARE THE BEST MEDIUMS FOE ADVERTISING IN THE COUNTY OP ESSEX. 
WILLIAM H. IIUSE & CO., Publishers, 

NEWBTJRYPOirr, MASS. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



JOHPJ BURRILL & CO., 

House, Ship, Carriage, Sign, Furniture, and Ornamental 

I GLAZIH3, PAPER HANGING. GR IMNQ, VARNISHING & POLISHING. 

j Also Dealers in Paints, Oil, Glass, Putty, Varnishes, Window Blinds, and Blind Trimmings. Hanufac- 

j turers of Looking Glass and Picture Frames, Composition Caps, Ornaments, and Mouldings for Si j 
Cabins. 

38 & 40 Merrimack Street, Head of Brown's Wharf, Newburyport. 



JOHN BURRILL. 



H. M. BURRILL. 



JOHN T. BL'IIUILL. 



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IMIfflf 6Q098. 

A NICE ASSORTMENT OF 

Bonnets, Hats, Dress Caps, 
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, 

VELVETS, CRAPES, LACES, 

And all kinds of Millinery Goods, at 

No. 168 ESSEX STREET, 

M. E. CRANE. 



PAUL G. LUNT, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



DRUM, FEAME, & SPINDLE 

BANDINGS. 

No. 15 Bromfleld Street, 

MEWBl'RITORT, MASS. 



TO, P. GOODHUE, 

Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in 

& KIP r H A N n L I! n ¥ 

OH If \J EH fl.li 1* SJ JEi .14 1 5 

SHIP AMD FAMILY STORES, j 

LIME. CEMENT, AND PLASTER, 

7 

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NO. 44 DERBY STREET, SALEM, MASS. 



©" Freight obtained for Vessels, and Prodnce received on Oommi 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 7J1 



afe J. A. SHATSWELL, 

'^f FSEBGH M2LLI1TEHT, 



i 

iM AND 



Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 

No. 169 Essex Street, SALEM, Mass. 
A W BATTIS & BEOWN, 



| ■'<N\ T -'---.-_/ Manufacturers & Importers of 



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[ '- >r ". , "' " ; .^_^:^- ; >: 7v?^ And Dealers in all kinds of 



£sest^ |_ ea f ^ Manufactured Tobacco, 



mmt^ v- 

^ <r i , , \{ v ''"" — ^ Wholesale and Ketull. 

£; ■ V .-J- '_ f^2=i ,1 ■■' \ VERGES! : -wgp 

_V _ 1 >^^', - Wo. «0 Front Street, S VI.IMI. | 



(Sign of the Scottish Chief.) 



'-- -i ;.;•_ ■~- < ' '' ^ -"- :~ I r TT2 Vr JAMES H. BATTIS. WILLABD H. BROWX. 



Calf, Sheep, Goat, and Morocco! JOHN C. GRANT, 

WALLETS, (Patterns, Models, 



POCKET BOOKS, BILL BOOKS, 

TRAVELLING BAGS, &c, 

MANUFACTURED BV 

WILLIAM CUTLER, 

138 Boston Street, 

JEJ^uXj^JMC, MASS. 



AND 

EXPERIMENTAL MACHINERY, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Also particular attention <r\ven t<> making MODELS 
for the Patent Oiliee. 

No. 15 1-2 LAFAYETTE STREET, 
SALEM, Mass. 



L. A. BURNHAM & BROTHER, 

Importers of and Wholesale Dealers in 
BJfjBH] BB £SM fl^OSSJi Bra RJStVfjjJI ^$Mg PfSffJ /?\ ~* **** ' 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR SEA FISIIING. 

Also, SHIP STORES, FAMILY GROCERIES, &c. 

Proprietors of BCRXHAM'S PATENT FISHING 8INKEK. 

GLOUCESTER, Mass. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



RICHARDSON'S PATENT SILVER MEDAL 

33 QKV8RSB S. 







THIS ICE CEUSHER 

Is the best Crusher in use. Suitable 
for crushing Ice for Hotels, Ice ( rt ..-.. 
Saloons, or to pack fresh Fish, or any 
other similar purpose. 

ALSO, 

BAIT MILLS, 

Which have proved superior to any 
other in use for grinding Bait for fish- ! 
ing purposes ; also Tomatoes, Cur- , 
rants, etc. 

Manufactured at Cape Ajin Anchor Works 
and Machine Shop, by 

RICHARDSON MILL COMPANY. 

r>. TV. LOW, Agent, 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



H. MERCHANT, JR., Ac CO.. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

n f fop wt s ; j\ ?mr\ 4% jmr i 

CARVING, llLDING, SAWING, AND TURNING, 

AND DEALERS IK 

WOOD <& IROIST SKXZP CHANDLERY. 

In connection with the establishment there is a 
B1jAC1£© IU£ ITU'S S* 3E3E O ZE», 

For strapping blocks, and other Jobbing work. All orders promptly attended to at their factory, 

Corner of Duncan and Rogers Streets, near the Custom Ilouse, 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



"WTisrifcT & :p^:r,:k::e]:r,, 



Manufacturer* of 



Cg w <«j m w <Q w? nri) <%$<%? <w> w TflJTGPY* " " 



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IflO'ERAli WATEB, 



BOTTLERS OF PORTER, ALE, AND CIDER. 

•3- Parties furnished at Short Notice. 

Basement of Barrett's "Clothing Store, Sawyer's Block, Front Street, 

S. »■ Wisx. GLOUCESTER, MA.SS. D.. M. l»AKKI \1 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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VINCENT'S POINT, GLOUCESTER, RIass., 

f^A^OFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF ANCHORS, 

INCLUDING THK 

c.a.:p:e ^.isrnsr socket aistchors. 

Also, RICHARDSON'S PATENT STEERING WHEEL, RICHARDSON'S PATENT ICE 
CRUSHERS, LATHES, J£ti SAWS, JJORI.Vti MACHINES. MOULD- 
ING MACHINES, ftud all kinds of Machinery , 

/Tv- VESSEL and IRON WORK generally, FORGING and TURNING, in all Hi branches. MA- 
CHINERY made and repaired iu the best manner, 



N. RICHARDSON, SupH. 



VT. H. WILLIAM-. S v. 



LORD & FULLER, 
I n p if i rp 11 n m f 

No. 243 1-2 ESSES ST., 
K A 11?, II lines 



DANIEL C. DAVIS, 

DEALER IN 

KOUGH & HAMMERED 



m>% (<£& -v.jU( {&) (&) («# 



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Edge Stone, Cellar Stone, Worth River Flag- 
ging, Dram Slate, &c. 

YARDS, MARGINAL STREET, 

CHELSEA, MASS. 



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J. 



II W. MOORE, 



Rear 3 Cambridge Street, SALEM. 

*2M Ai»8rfs or Carriages neatly Painted at the shortcut 
notice and m st reasonable terms. 



PETTKSGELL & SAWYER, 



MANUFACTURERS OK 



J. FUE\CII ADA^I 



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Of every description, consisting of 

SOUTH WESTERS, TARPAULINS, <k. j 

All Orders promptly attended to. 

EAST CAJftlSKBlHil'?, Mass. 

W. II. PF.TTIXGELL. H. M. SAWYER 




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TI-IE SALEM 



cr Sloths 




ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH 

STEAM BOILERS 



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GAS HOLDERS OF ALL SIZES 

MADE A.UTD PUT UP. 

SECOND-HAND STEAM BOILERS 

BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

m3 B0ILE1S BOUGHT AND SOU), 

OR EXCHANGED FOR NEW. 



20 Peahody Street, Salem, Mass. 

SADLER & HASLAM, Proprietors. 

REPAIRING DONE AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 



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The Rising Sun Stove Polish. 

MORSE BROS. Proprielors, Canton, Mass. 

j _, ;C ^--*'*-*:^ -.-■- m "' The great and womlerfi 

/■^"•' :. . ■ s.»mand For thix n««« and preuth • I 

' ' I „ . bruinl of StOVM L'i tail i- .i ■ 

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I For Beauty of Poli.sk, For 
I Saving of Labor, for Freeness 
■ from Dust or Odor, for Eura- 
| bility and Cheapness, this Pol- 
ish is truly unrivalled, 

Merchants will take notice that we are the only parties in the Unite! States who • x manu* 

facture Stove Polish, giving us and oar goods great superiority over those made by crucible makers, who 
use only refuse stock, not suitable for crucibles in Stove Polish. 

We use only the finest and purest and best material, and aim to make the " BEST STOVE POL- 
ISH IX THE WORLD." 

We would especially call the attention of Wholesale 
and Retail Stove Dealers to tins article, which we sell 
bv the pound, in bulk, for their use, which cannot fail to 
give them universal satisfaction. Try it. Liberal dis- 
count to Jobbers of these goods. We pay the express //- 
on one gross to any part of Xew England, and to any // 
point in the Usuted -States reached by Merchants' Union /' \ 

Express. Address |f"^ |~ . ,*, 

mORSE MSROS.i W0M | '-"- • " 

Sole Proprietors of the Rising Sun Stove Polisl 

CANTON, MASS. 








TRADE-MARK. 



Submarine Armor and Apparatus, I A. J. JONES, 

And Submarine Divinsr. *.-, , -»-» i n.. -4- 

^ ; Church, cor. Palmer Street, 

FULLEK'S TMPSOVED SUB-MARINE AIB- PUMPS. n a TVTR'R"!'^^'*^ TVT A K^ 

worked by Eland or Steam Power, and are acknowledged the ! OAJxLJiillL'Lii, 1YIAkD£>. 

fuduI'k^' ?a i'IiPROVED sub-marine la^tiev ; p 

is the ON J-.Y rme in this countrv ever used with success, and i ^sr,^_ 

for GOMP i ICATED EXAMINATIONS, and surveys in I __ ££jj j~== 

dark water, is is VAI.VA n i.e. /f]>^" ''"' V \ ; V 

This IMPROVE iJ Arun.r and Arpnr.it us. tannine the most f ^ ' ._,.-..'' < _;- J 
comphtc sub-marine outfit, is MANUFACTURED and > 
1'jit ^ALE by the inventor. 

MR. FULLER is a PUACTTCAD ENGINEER AND! 
DIVER and is prepared to undertake, at short notice, any i 

^"iTve^ kinds of Carriage Work done to order. 

property of any kind, Submarine Exammntions, Re- Carriage Paintill'_ r . Primming, I !'.:".' 

moviue Obstructions, Preparing Foundations, *c. r .,, , ', TM , 

Having had Ions exp.:n<nr-- and rrniark.ihl,- success, he feels . Making, \\ OOd \\ OIK and L' 

^&^* t *™ M ******'* t ^ smithing clone with dispatch. 

OEO. AV. FrLLEB, i l>artlc ^ ar att cntion paid to the Manufacture of Kx- 

Manufactory, Grove St., Saxonville, Mass.! press Wagons. 




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MANUFACTORY, 



JTORTII .IW.YVJE, A'ORTJI CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Have constantly on hand, for sale or exchange, a large assortment of New and Second- 
Hand Carriages, Sleighs, Harnesses, \UAw<, &c, with a large variety of custom- 
built Express Wagons, all sizes. Also, all kinds of repairing done. 



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HEXRY A. SCRAKTO\ & BROTHER, 

(Successors to G. A. S M A I: I , 

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HOUSE BUILDERS. 

■ pf^f ' I *V> i Cabinet and Carriage Work promptly and 
'_ . \ -■■" ■\))^--\ executed. Brackets, Balusters, Fence, Sidewalk, 

> 

.' 7 , OFFICE, SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET, 

jfr Just below Windsor St., CAMBRIDGKPORT. 

(Pg Factory in rear, near Osborn's Planing Mill. A ci-- - 
HKN'KY A. SCRAXTOX. OS11AKT B< i'A N 'I "< >N. 



and Stair Posts on hand, and made to order, 
Field and Parlor Croquet Game manufacture) 

and tor sale. 





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PACKARD Sl BLJFIR1LL, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



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RATTAN BROOMS, 



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/.^FEATHER DUSTEKS. 

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ggp 58 Cambridge Street, | 

^ EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



CC7* Particular attention paid to tlae manufacture of" Brushes 
for the use of COTTON and WOOLLEN MILLS. 



THOMAS A. CAREW, 

MONUMENTAL 



IAIIBLE 



WftItK*£ 



CORNER OF 

Mount- Auburn St. & Brattle Square, 



immrs puiiig bill 

State Street, Cambridgeport. 
BALPIIOX OSBORtf, 

MANUFAC rUKER OF 

DOORS, BLINDS, SASHES, 



cam:bkidck. 

Boxes, Cases of all kinds, Mouldings, &c. AIm 
</riirinal Designs for Monumental Work, Public and ! Planing, Sawing, Matching, Turning, .Jii» Sawimr, 
rnvftte testimonials, Statues. Busts, Medallions, &c, , Teaming, Lumher Dried, &c. Kooms with Vo\ 
»> bureigu ,,,- Domestic -Marble, Stone, Uranite, let. '-and and Stone furnished, Kindling >Vo I, 
lirunzp, tec., < iiret'ullj executed, and Bent to any part l Wood Sawed and Split by Steam Power. 
01 tiie United suites. i All orders promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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46, 48, & 50 Elm Street, near Broadway, Cambridgeport, ^ r 

Keep on hand and put up to order, in Barrels, Half-Barrels, Tin Bores, «£c. f / L 
NDS OF CJtACKEJiS, viz.: Butter, Water, Soda, Wine, Milk, J'ir-?>ir, Oyster, 
ahatn, Toast, 2'ilot, Boston Crackers, Ginger Snapps, and Seed Cahrs. 

&*T All orders adressed to THURSTON, Hall, & Co., Cambridgeport, Mass., will be promptly 

attended to. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



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i!nt^#pI(iliiss < iEar.c' 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

FACTORY, FOOT OF THIRD ST., 
S&8Y G&fEBSSB^K, 8I&SS. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIKIXTOKY. 



THOMAS S. HUBS 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PATENT KIJSBOW 



K, 



That Change the Days and Months without being taken apart. 

These Stamp* have advantages over all others, the days and months being made of ' 
whigft cannot be defaced like those made of electrotypes. 

They will take in every size and style of Die that may be desired. 



M. B. — BEWARE OF INFRINGEMENTS, AS THESE STAMPS ARE PATENTED, 

jRiie 20th, 1865. 

Two Patents June 5, 1866. 

June 23, 1SG0, an English Patent. 

Oct. 30, 1806. 



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ALL STYLES OF 

FANCY, FLAT, SCREW-TO?, 



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STATIONERS' EAEDWARE, 



ETC. 



Factory, Fiftli St., East Cambridge, Mass. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



749 



A. WHITE & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



III CAIJE SEAT COTTAGE CHAD 

In Walnut, Oak, Cherry, and Maple. 

ALSO, 
ARM • CH^YIItS OF VARIOUS KINDS. 

Factory, Marginal Street, Chelsea, Mass. Address Box 258. 
A. White. II. N. White. II. K. White. 



STEPHEN SIBLEY, 

MANUFACTURER AND DYER OF 

COTTON AND WOOLEN 
WEAVING YARNS. 

PROPRIETOR OF 

CHELSEA DYE HOUSE 

AN'D 

IiAU-3STDR "ST. 

Office, 203 Washington Street, 

BOSTON. 



OTIS STIMLER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Jaquard Ribbon Looms; 

ALSO 

LOOMS TO WEAVE ALL KLXD3 OF 

SKIRT TAPES, 

Bigdings, Trimmings, and Suspenders, 

East Street,- corner of George Street, 

ROXBUKY, M ASS. 



LEWIS F. WHITING, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

IRON' CASTINGS 

WATEH AMD CAS PIPES, &C. 

Williams Iron Foundry, Kemble Street, JRoxbury. 



C. W. & W. N. BANGS, 



MANUFACTURE US OF 



HIM FMIL1, CHEMICAL, MD SODS SOAPS; 

Scouring and Fulling Soaps for Woollen Manufacturers. 

OFFICE, 11 DOANE STREET, BOSTON. 

Factory, Kemble Street, Roxbury, 

Soft Soap and Tallow for Curriers' use. Also Cash paid far 

CURRIERS' WHITENINGS. 



750 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



SOUTHERN, WHITE PIME." « SPRUCE LUMBER, 



•m, Conduct) r« 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 
Worked Flooring, Sheathing, and Shelving, constantly on huml ..» Hna nmi « nn » 1 

Moulding*, uud Battens, in weat Variety ^^ (l ^ 

STEAM M1TL.Z. WHAJttP, l'OJCT NORFOLK, MAW. 

Patent Worked <. utter*. 

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Conductors. 

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Order Box, No. 23 State, cor. Devonshire Struct, Boston. Where he can be found ftom 12.30 to LSO dafty. Bat'ti 

lires and [mi '.'..tub for sale low. * 



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PRESS WAGONS 



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The undersigned are prepared to furnish 
all sizes of EXPEESS WAGONS, and war- 
rant them to be of the best material* 

All Orders promptly met, 

PIKE & WHIPPLE, So. Danvers, Mass. 



MANUFACTURER OF 
AND DEALER 'IN 

GREASE, TALLOW, AND BONE. 
Fsictory, Fellows Street, Iloxbury. 

*rf~Tho beat qualities of HARD and SOFT SOAP, constantly on hand; and for sale at reatonabb | 
V! i>rd««rs addressed to V\'m. II. pow, at bid residence, Mo. Jl Orchard St., or Uox 15 13 Boston L'ost < '• 
will meet with prompt attention. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IRON FOUNDER, 

Corner of- Tremont and Euggles Streets, Eoxbury, Mass. 



Iron Castings of every description made to order. 



The Greene Rifle Works, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



* D d E TOOL 

Patent Adjustable S. Wrenches, &c. 




Having increased our facilities for Manufacturing, we respect full v 
solicit tlie-coiitinuaiice of the public patronage. 

Manufactory at Millbury, Mass. 

Post Office Address, Milibury or Worcester, Mass, 
F. W. HOOD, SupL 

To whom all orders should be addressed. 



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GENUINE OEOMPTON x LOOM, 

Withrecent and Important ImproYcments, rondorin; 

it better adapted than oyer for fine yarii, 

hi£fli speed and extent of figure. 

The variety of Looms m;ide at these Works embrace the Broad Crompton f< 

6-4, and the Narrow Loom for \ goods, with a twenty-four harness capacity, 

operating three or four shuttle-box compartments at each side of the lathe; 

specially adapted to all descriptions' of cotton and woolen goods, 

including Fancy Cassimeres, Balmorals, Shawls, &c. 

Cam Looms, both broad and narrow, of any desired width, 

and with a variety of harness movement, arranged with one or 

a plurality of shuttles for Flannels, Domets, Broadcloths &c. Tape 

Looms with from ill) to 30 shuttles for EIoop Skirts, Tape, Bcd-lace, 

Reins, Saddle Girths, Suspenders, Elastic Fabrics, Button Hole Strap, wit" 

a perfectly woven button hole, and narrow ware generally. 



754 



MACHINERY, PORTABLE SAW MILLS, CASTINGS. ETC. 



S. HExlLD & SONS, 

Iron Founders and Machinists. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




DEALERS IN SAWS OF ALL KINDS 

ESTABLIS II E D B A R R E, 31 A S S., 18 3 0. 



ADVERTISING DEPA RTM ENT. 



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MANUFACTURED BY THE 



SAIEIYI MACHINE COMPANY, 

The Cheapest, Strongest, and most durable Engine ever Built. Its 
Advantages over other Engines are, 




GREATER ECONOMY IN PRICE, SPACE, AND WEIGHT. 

GREAT REDUCTION OF FRICTION, AND CONSEQUEN V ECONOMY OF STEAM. 

EXTREME SIMPLICITY OF CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION. 

GREATER DURABILITY AND SAVING OF REPAIRS. 

REQUIRING NO PROTECTION FROM THE WEATHER. 

GREAT CONVENIENCE AND ECONOMY OF TRANSPORTATION. 

CAN BE RUN AT ANY VELOCITY AND IN ANY POSITION. 

IT HAS NO DFAD POINTS. 

MORE PERFECT AND RAPID VALVE-MOTIONS. 

DISPENSING WITH ALL EXTERNAL VALVES AND STEAM-CHESTS. 

DISPENSING WITH ALL VALVE AND REVERSING GEAR. 

MORE UNIFORM AND CONTINUOUS MOTION. 

THE CYLINDERS CANNOT GET OFT OF LINE. 

GREAT ECONOMY OF FOUNDATIONS AND SETTING-UP. 

HIGHER SPEED OF REVOLUTIONS. 

It will be apparent from the cut. that all the working parts are encased in one casting, and are in no way 
exposed t<> the action of the weather, or to an accumulation of dirt. 

The number of parts, and the wearing surface being so vastlv reduced, tends of course to the same <le- 
crease of w ear and tear, and of the risks and costs of repairs, in this Connection, the facility of repairs 
deserves esp< rial notice, ever} part !» inp u< eessible b} the removal of u f« w t .Its. and the whole n . 
being capable of dissection and reconstruction in a few minutes, and the parts also being interchan^ i le, 
any portion can be quickly ami cheaply replaced. 

One of the most seientihe experts in the country says: — " It secures all the advantages which could be 
Claimed i'<<r a Rotary Engine, while retaining the principle and action of the usual Ueciprocating Pis! >n 
Eugine. It seems tome that the limit as regards slMPMCiTY, combined with « ji i.a i'N i .>s of CONSTRUC- 
TION, economy in iu.rAiii, and in the use of steam, Una been reached in this invention." 

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FROM 7 TO 25 SAWS, 

Power Gins from 30 to 80 Saws. 

ADDBESS, 

SOUTHERN COTTON GIN €QUP% 

B III DGE WATER, MASS., 



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JOHN PEAECE, No. 7 LIBERTY SQUARE, BOSTON, 



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STEAM WARMING AND HEATING APPARATUS. 



THE 

Union Warming & Ventilating Company, 

B. P. CAMPBELL, Superintendent, 

J\*o. 57 Miromficld St., SZoston. 

STEAM AND WARMING AND VENTILATING APPARATUS, manufi 
under Gold's Patent, with Campbell's Improvement, and extensively adopted in I'u 
Buildings and Institutions, Railway Stations, Hospitals, Stores, School-houses, Churches 
Green-houses, &c., and with special success and acceptance in Private Resident') s. 



Gold'* Patent, with 15. P. Campbell's Improvement. 




fire. 

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and B. Self- regulating fixtures opening and closing doors C and I) at the pro; 

moment to keep the tire uniform. 
Glass water-gauge showing height of water in boiler. 
Water try -cocks. 
Safety-valve. 

Door opening to 15 three-inch tlues, for cleaning them out and for rcgulatini 
Door opening to fire-grate on which the fire is dumped, and where the as! 

arated from the coal, and drop to ash pit below. 
Feed-door for coal. 
Dour of ash-pit. 

Air-valve to draw cold air from the radiators. 
Door opening into the furnace under the radiators. 

Globe-valve to let water into the boiler, and service-cock to draw it off. 
Hot-air ducts. 






STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, MACHINERY, ETC. 



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Particular attention paid to Repairing of Steam Engines, Machinery, and Boilers. 




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i?iiLi,Eirs 

PATENT SAFETY ELEVATOR 

FOR FACTORIES, STORES, Ac. 

WORKS, ORANGE, NEAR TREMONT ST., EOXBURY, MASS. 

Boston Office, 57 Bromfield Street. 



J . R. CAMPBELL, 



C. WIIITT1EU. 



II. 11. UcUURXET 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIItKCTOKY. 



T. T. COFFIN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

OOB1ISIS 1 BPOOEi-S. 

TABLES, AND CORK BOLSTERS. 

ALSO, 

Fulling Mills, Tan Tubs, Glossing Jacks, and all 
Tools used by Curriers. 

MAIN STREET, WOBIBIN, MASS. 



Taunton Monumental Worts. 



ESTABLISHMENT FOR DESIGN, ORNAMENTAL CARVING, AND OTHEH 

SCULPTURE. 









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J. A. TILDE N, Superintendent. 
MILITARY, PUBLIC, AND PRIVATE 

FUNEEAL MONUMENTS, 

Wrought of Italian Marble, Red, White, and Blue Granite, and from the 
CELEBRATED PORTLAND STONE, 

which " Time's effacing linger " never crumbles. 

Orders promptly and faithfully executed, delivered free of expense, and entire satisfaction iru '■ ■ I 
The patronage of the public is politely solicited. No. 40 WKIli STUEET, TAIN 1 ' »> . 




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ALSO, 

Manufacturers of Jfearacs of evert/ description. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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3&ZT. 33. AIjIjEWT, 

(SUCCESSOR TO A. D. WAYMOUTH & (<).J 

W © @ B> ® U- R, IsT E; r, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

THREAD SPOOLS, DTtlTC GISTS' BOXES, TASSEL MOULDS, MJ>. 
KI\ KIXG*, I*i;M'33, CASES, B-'ISE IVOO!) TIKXIXG rOR 
E^AffJEEEJ^'G, K*EI>AE 5SOI>s, g»I\\0 B J !>S, BSOXNET 
STAMJS MAXIMA:*, im\GS, CUKTAIX FIX- 
TURES, Small Wooilou W:iit lor Toy 
Shops, Wooden liniN for Buttons, 
Ait., &c. 
&*■* All kinds of Wood Turning done at short notice. Orders solicited. 

Shop on Newton's Lane . . FITCHBURG, IMLAJSS. 

®&t%$® JJktrt 00mpxng t 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

HOOP SKIRTS AMD CORSETS, 




AND MANUFACTURERS or THli 



sa" pateat mmm SKIRT. 

AMHERST, MASS. 




This Collapsing Skirt, patented May 22. 1866, has been the only successful one 
i among the many that have been introduced, and truly deserves the name of being the most 
j convenient skirt in the market. 

It can be altered instantly into any shape the wearer may desire. 

It will not slip or move of itself, nor come apart. 

It is made of the best stock in the market, and put together in the strongest manner, 
j thereby combining a 

CONVENIENT, ELEGANT, AND DUEABLE SKIRT. 

The attention of the trade is called to an examination of its merits. 
H. J. BARDWELL. K. H. HASKELL. S. H. EMANUEL. 



W>*ITM®riT JPMZSJfZ Z,.fi Will 

A M S B R O W N , 
Carpen t e i* a 11 cl 15 nil cl e p, 

55 Lawrence St., Charlcstown, Mass., 

Respectfully Informs the Public, Builders, and Stair Builders, that he is the proprietor of th<- rec« Dtly 

PATENTED PKISM LATPIE, 

For the, turning of STAIR BALUSTERS, TABLE LEGS, &c, of new and peculiar patterns. 

Gu~ l'i ■ I f » r to the invention of this Lathe, it was difficult to obtain unv pattern other than tiie round 
With the L'KISM LATHE these can now be turned with square sides, from Three in i ... ;hi -•, .•- < 
cinjr any pattern that c:m be turned on the common lathe, ornamented \>uu Mouldings, lit *;-, .v. 
Patterns may be se< a on application to the subscriber. 

£«* All Order* promptly attended to. 





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FELTING, SOTTOfi ANB WOOL WADDING MANUFACTORY I 

WINCHESTER, MASS. OFFICE, 1 UNION ST., BOSTON. 

JOHN H. BACON, - PROPRIETOR. 

CHARLES N. BACON, Superintendent. 

HENRY E. COOPER, Travelling Agent. 

EDWARD T. BACON, .... Secretary and Treas. 

THE PROPRIETOR CALLS THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO THE DESCRIPTION 

HIS MANUFACTURES. 

ZDESOrtlZPTIOTsT. 

SAXONY Ex-Felt, used by Manuf. of Jewelry, Piano-Fortes, Paper Hangings, 4^., lu ? .•■>■'. 

16x16 inch, or any size. 
SPANISH Ex-Felt, used by Jewellers, Dentists, Ivory and Slate Polishers, Carpet M 

turers, Calico Printers, &c., in sheets, 16x16 inch, or any size. 
SPANISH Felt, for Cutlery Makers. Jewellers, Dentists, and Polishing purposes, &c, 16x1 Inrl 
PLAIN SPANISH Felt for Cutlery Makers, Jewellers, and Polishing purposes, &c, 16x1 > 
AmiiRICAN Felt, for Polishing purposes, Padding, &c; in sheets 23x23 inch, 24x24 inch. 
IffjBXICA-N Felt, for Horse Pads, and Polishing Marble, Slate, Brass, Glass, Ivory, Ctttli ry, Ac ( 

in sheets, 18xlS in. 23x23 in. 36x36 in. 
IHEXICAN CIRCULAR Felts, for Polishing Marble and Slate, 4V, feet diameter. 

These Felts are used on a revolving table; and, for cheapness and durability, are uusurpa 
A saving of fifty per cent in labor is made by using them. 
WOOL and 31 A IK Felt, for Covering Steam Boilers and Pipes. 
FFLTINtiS for various other purposes. The above Feltings are made any required sit* 

thickness desired. 

WOOL AND COTTON WADDINGS. 

WHITE AND DARK L. A. UBS- WOOL WADDING, for Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, QuilU 

Cents' < hirments, in dozens of 12 sheets, weighing IV, lb. per dozen. 

In sets, tor Quilts, of 2 sheets weighing IJ.-.J lb. per se'L~at different prices. 
CAKDlvD COTTON WADDING for Furriers, &c, in dozens of 12 Sheets, weighing V/ A Lb. | • 

dozen. In sets of .'J sheets, weighing 3 lbs. per set. 
COTTON carded to order; also CARDED WOOL and HAIR STUFFING for Harness M 

use, Ac. A<\ 
PRKNCII COTTON WADDING for Trimming and Thread Dealers, Ac, Ac 

He will be pleased to receive your orders for any of the above goods, and will in all cast 
that his orders are answered promptly, and that his customers have the lowest price tl.- i 
admits of. 

-a.cs-e:xsTTS- 

TltoHAS C. 11ACOX & CO., - Corner of Union and North Streets, 1 »< ' 

it.i M i:s MOmtlSOX A CO ">> <'"<! 53 White Street, Xew York. 

ACfiUSTCS TAKER X J! HOT II K II. - - 5 l.i Water Street, New York. 
*■ It. rici NCISCUS it CO., - 513 Market Street, Philadelphia, Venn. 

■1 1 II KS TIFF ANY, - 58 Weybosset Street, Providence, JR. /« 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



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'FOBD, 



MANUFACTURER OF MARINE AND STATIONARY 








MILL MACHINERY. SHAFTING AND PULLEYS, 

SUGAR ROLLS, HYDRAULIC PRESSES, 

BOILERS, WATER TANKS, HEATERS. 

AND 

SHEET IRON WORK GENERALLY. 

No. 90 SOUTH WATER STREET. 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



J. D. NUTTING, 

DF.ALEK IN 

HAEDAVARE, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Hooks, Padlock Clasps, Scuttle Fasts, 

Clothes Line Hooks, Rings, Staples, 

Stove Pokers, Furnace Shovels, 

Iron Bedsteads, &c, 

CAM BRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

to" All kinds of Wrought Iron Work and Forging 
ds/jt*: to order, at short notice. 



T. 3X. DAA'IS, 

(Successor to j;. Darts •£- Co ,) 

Mnnafaclurtr of the b<-»: rmriet < < 

SHAVING &TOILET SOAP. 

Also the celebrated and original 

SAPONACEOUS DENTIFEICE. 

333 MAIN STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MA*?S. 



33. X... ^JIX'Z'CXSESII.Ij, 



DEALER IN 



Drugs, Chemicals, Oils, Patent Medicines, Hair Preparations, 

PERFUMERY, FAXGY GOODS, CIGARS, 

AND HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY. 

I have lately added a choice stock of Homeopathic remedies from one of the largest and best Imj 
House* in the country. 

15 O O Ei S A .^ 1> S T A T I O N E 11 V, 

Field, Garden, and Flower Seeds, Plants, Flowers, Shrubs, Vines, &c. 
5 City Square, Taunton, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DLTA RTMKN'T. 



705 



10 & 11 BANK ROW (City Square), TAUNTON, MASS., 



DEALEB IX 



Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-Stuffs, 

PERFUMERY, FOREIGN LEECHES, TRUSSES, SHAKERS' HERBS, &c. 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, A\D FANCY <;OOI>S. 

Manufacturer of Fluid Magnesia, Edge Blacking, and Black Ink. 

Miscellaneous and Standard Works. School and Blank Rooks, constantly on hand. BLANK BOOKS 
manufactured to order. 8£g~ Physicians' prescriptions carefully prepared by day or ni^ht. 

MANUFACTURER uK 

WALNUT CHAMBER FURNITURE AND GENTRE TABLES, 

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED, AND ALL WORK MADE OF SOLID WALNUT. 




•COT 1 



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11 Cypress St., 

WORCESTER, 
MASS. 

sr AJSJJ1PA.C -xtjiit: ns of 

TAFT'S 

Celebrated Improved Patent 
Power and Hand Shear 
and • 

punching 

presse:. 

Slice & Wliitcoi 

PROPRIETORS. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTOKT. 



i:sr.iitM,isiu;g> jr.v 1831, 



OTIS FETTEE & CO., 



MANUFACTUKKUS OF 



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OTTOI IICHlrJERY, 

IRON GASTII1GS, SHAFTIHG, GEARING, &C. 



The attention of Cotton Manufacturers is called to our latest 



fw-* nr^s,, r-JT-i /Mv $•""* 







Si. J. I 







arm TO T^ 



which embraces all the late improvements in either American or English Machines; with a 
Centrifujral Force Presser on the long flyer, superior to any thing before applied, which 
enables the operator to run the machine at any desired velocity, without shaking the frame. 
Also arranged for relieving the spindles of nearly all friction while running. 

NEWTON UPPER FALLS, Mass. 



ROBERT ADAMS, 



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Pictures, and Photograph Albums. 

28 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FALL RIVER. 

A complete assortment of Foolscan, Letter, Bill, Journal, Record. Sormon, and Bath Pest 

Papers; Gold Pens and Pencils, Pocket Books, Porte-Monnaiea. Bibles, 

Testaments, Prayer Books. Hymn Books, Steel Pens, Ink, 

Writing Books, Slates, &c, &c. Also, 

Blank Rooks and Klcmomndams, anil Diaries of every Variety. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STATIONERY", of all descriptions, for sale on reasonable term*. 
DRAFTING INSTRUMENTS AND PAPEK of all kinds. 

* WBATH SCHOOLS supplied with Libraries, Question Books, &C. 
BUU.OOL BOOKS of all kiuds used in the city aud vicinity. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



767 



3*„ 3S .i!L X 3F2. ID, 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY, 

AND DEALER IN 

STRAW BOARD AND BOX MAKERS' STOCK, 
33 & 35 DEVONSHIRE STREET, 



AMASA W. BAILEY, I MEAD & ADDY, 

BIim¥nBIES>ACHINIST5 

; AND 

155 Harrison Avenue, BRASS FINISHERS, 

BOSTOIST. 

Makers of all kinds of 

LIGHT IflACIIIIVERY, 




1|FINE BALANCES, 

TOWER CLOCKS, & WATCH TOOLS, 



Cutting Dies a ml Presses Made to Order. 
REPAIRING rROMrTLY EXECUTED. 



Tables, Balls, Cues, Maces, Cord, Fringe, 
worsted, silk, and linen Pockets, Pocket 

Trimmings, Cue Wax, Cue Points » rtTTTnTTT \T\ Y^T n TIT A r<Y1 

and Cloths, constantly on hand. t± LJttlvliXjivlli IX JlLAuJ^, 



Bagatelle Boards made to order 

4y~ Particular attention given to Putting Up and 
Repairing Billiard Tables, at short notice. 



Rear of 334 Washington Street, nearly oj ; 
Adasus House. 



BOSTON - , 2v£.A_SS. 



^JVmcvtQU gutton |||anufaftuvinti (To. 

COB. LAXCASTEB AM) CAUSEWAY STS„ BOSTON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
CLOTHIERS', MILLINERS - , AND UPHOLSTERERS- 
METAL, LASTING, AND FANCY BUTTONS. 



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xr.Ai-i; mark. 



'W.H. ir. KEITH, President. c;KOK<;i: COOKE, Treasurer. 

PALMER'S SELF-FASTENING BUTTONS, manufactured exclusively by thfi Company, an l\ 
in the market. A complete set can bo attached to a garment in two minutes, the butti n b 
that simple pressure upon the stud it all that U required to make the attachment coraph u- and \ 



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V. 



mpire Sewing Machine Agency. 

NEW-EIVCi LAX I) OFFICE, 

NO. 332 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, 

OPPOSITE THE ADAMS HOUSE. 

All kinds of Sewing Machines Repaired with neatness and despatch. Also Rought, Sold, Exchanged 
and to let. Scwmg Machine- Supplies constantly on hand. Machine Sewing done to order. Small Machin- 
ery made to order. 

WIRTH & ROOT. 

*• WIRTH. s . F . root. 



JOHN HANCOCK 

Mutual ' Life Insurance Co., 

No. 41 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

The first Company to make all its policies strictly nonforfeitable. This Company embraces all the sub 
Btantial improvements in the system of Life Insurance, and insures every description of risk contingent on 
human life. It makes all its Endowment Policies nonforfeitable under the ordinary annual premium ' i 
by allowing the assured, at any time after one annual payment has been made, to cease all further pmjim >.(t \ 
and receive " a paid-up nonforfeiture policy "for the full proportion paid for, without cost or discount. The 
M John Hancock" teas the first, and is the only Company to issue such Endowment Policies. 



Pretuittttra maybe paid annually, semi-annually, or quarterly, in cash, or part in note, at the opt 1 
the assured. 

Dividends Declared Annually, and will be immediately paid 

in Cash. 



No Policy Fee or Medical Examiner's Fee Charged. 

Pamphlets, blank forms of application, &c, will be furnished at the office of the Company, or by any < 
igents. 

GEO. P. SANGER, President. GEO. B. AGER S Secretary. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

I American Polishing EMcfc, and Powder,' 

Office, 152 & 154 Congress St., 

BOSTON. 



ALSO PROPRIKTOR OP 

^The Family Polishing Case, 

Containing four different grades of 
polishing: material in a neat com- 
pact portable case, which every 
good housekeeper will want. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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MERRILL BEOTHEHS, 

Importers and Dealers in 

PAINTS, OILS, GLUE, DRUGS, &c. 

Manufacturers of 

VArcivi.siiriss Aivrj japan, 
213 and 215 State Street (State Street Block), 

BELOW THK CUSTOM HOUSE, 

H. R. 3IEK1CILL. BOSTON. A. L. MERRILL. 

COAL, LARD, WHALE, LU3RICATIN3, AND N EATS-FOOT OILS. 



-"V/v ' . ■ ' /. ■:'• '■'' - 

g£>s -pan 1 !rV ' )S r *■ * i. £*{ \ 

THE IMMENSE DEMAND 

For this Apparatus proves it to be entirely successful 
as a means of increasing the Soda trade," aud draw- 
ing ICE COLD SODA without labor. . 

JAMES W. TUFTS, 
(Patentee and Manufacturer,) 

138 HanoYiT Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 



PAUL M. GIBIOY, 

TAXIDESMIST, 
Preserver of Birds and Animals, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

LADIES' HAT PLUMES 

AND 

Feather Trimmings of all kinds, 

No. 36 WINTER STREET, 

BOST09T, 



KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO., 



mm OFFICE, $m ' n 



4& x'-H> i 



BRANCH 'OFFICE, 



Or.,';: 



161 Broadway," \ I, 113 Washington St., 

m BOSTON. 



NEW YORK. 



ERASTUS LYMAN, Pres. GEO. F. SHIFFEN, Sec'y. N. T. MF.EBITT, Gen'l Agent. 

JAMES S. NEWELL, 






HARRY JENNINGS. 



Manufacturer of 
Pratt's Expanding £o Contracting 

I Uoc obi) Mi i ib.no. 



' ALSO 

32 Portland Street, Boston. pratts aerating, disintegrate 



Has a large assortment of Black Cans, Scotch and 
Skye Terrier* Unn I>ngs, Watch Dogs, &.C., for sale. 
Dogs cured of alt diseases. H. J.'i i'atented Magic 
Flea Soap, 50 cents a box. 

II. J. .ha* Stock Dogs of all kind.*, including a hand- 
some Italian (Irejhound, Black Tans, and the hand- 
somest, largest, trained Siberian Bloodhound in the 
States. All dogs warranted. 



MIXING MACHINES. 

No. 70 SUDBURY STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS, 



1 .0 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



New England Mutual Marine Insurance Co. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, BOSTON. 
The New England Mutual Murine Insurance Company hereby give notice that their assets exceed 

$1,210,000, 

And that they continue to insure against Marine Hazards, including INLAND NAVIGATION RISKS, and 
Loss and Damage by Fire, to an amount not exceeding 

FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS 

ON ANY one KISK. 

Directors.— Joseph V. !>icnn, E. TI. Raker, Frederic Niekersnn, Geo. C. Lord, Alpheim H.irdv. O»born Howei, T- 10c Tayl - 
Peter Hutler, Chas. Cunningham, J. S. Jenuess. M. Day Kimball, N. G. Chopin, J. W. Senver, W. A. Tower, Benj. K. 
Geo. G. Ryder, Henry Gardner, Hartley Lord, John S. Furlow, J. C. Tyler, l'uul Suar.4, Nehcmiah lioynton, J. Cushmg Ediuandi. 

GEORGE C. LORD, PRESIDENT. BENJAMIN LYON, SECRETARY. 

WML A. WltfGATE, MU 

«y '-"^"^rr '— > K '. Ita, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in S^S " '' \\\j 

^S|#HAEB & SOFT C0AL,1§ 

"WOOD, HAY, LIME, CEMENT, 

CALCINED AND LAND PLASTER, 
GROUND MARBLE, PLASTERING HAIR, Ac. 

OTIS'S "WHARF, No. 198 BROAD STREET, BOSTON. 



TARBETT & BANG, iMaynard's Iron Works 

iMIlIill! 



J AS. A. .HA V\ A It IK 

IRON FOUNDER, 

And Manufacturer of 

IRON SHIPS. 

17 HAWLEY ST., BOSTON. Marine and Stationary Boiler,. 

!iip and Oil Tanks, Sugar Pans. Stills, I>on 
ridges, &c. All kinds of Machinery made 

lired. Also Agent for the sale of .sparrow 
ig Machine. 

New St., cor. Maverick St.. E. Bcs 



AM) MANUFACTURERS OF 

PfltlHTTIIfG PKESSES, 

AND 

Steam Elevators for Stores and Factories, 

17 HAWLEY ST., BOSTON. 

L. F. TARBETT, Jr. (formerly with Isaac Adams <5 h ; p atl( j qji Tanks, Sugar Pans. Stills., Iron R 
& Co.) O. A. Bang, . judges, &c. All kinds of Machinery mado a 

Particular attention paid to Repairing Adams, Hoe, | P«jred Also Agent for the sale of yarrow's B iv- 
Gordon, and Ruggles Presses. Also all kinds of j in S Machine. 
Bookhinders? Machinery. #3r- Parts of Presses con- 
stantly on hand or furnished at short notice. 



S. "WHEELER & CO., 

1ST STEEL WORKERS, 

Marginal St., East Boston, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Stone Masons j 
Steel Tools; also Blacksmith's Tools. 
7 ^ 'I 1 - W.\f Sledges, Flatters, Fullers, Swedges, Har 

S S S - C" S \ L - *"5^e Cold ami Hot Chisels, are constantly on ban 

'E..«l d£2^L.^ZS/ and made to order. 




ADVERTISING D EPA UTM ENT. 



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WARREN'S 
IPOT EI II1TI1F1! FELT, EIPQSITIJll GRAVEL 



3F"O:0. JE^Xj.-A.T' roops, 

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE 



Trade Mark. 



Trade Mark. 



New-England Felt Roofing Co. 

LEVI L. WILLCUTT, Tvcasurcr. 
ISo. 5 Liberty Slq«rii-e, BOSTON. 



Reference is made to the first Architects and Builders, and to the principal Railroad Corporations and 
Manufacturing Companies, not only in New England, hut throughout the United States and the Canadas, 
The reputation of " WARREN'S ROOFING" has induced various imitations. The genuine material may 
be known by the Trade-mark of the Company, stamped upon every package sent out by them. 



J. B. STACK POLE, 

Carpenter, Builder, 



SHIP JOINER, 

i^'o. 43 Sudbury Street, 

(Corner of Adams Stkket,) 

BOSTQSF. 

SITA'FTING put up at short notice. JOBBING i 
promptly attended to. | 




POSTS, KAILS, AM> BALUSTERS, con- 
stantly on band and made to order. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF BAILEY'S 

bIFOH) FELT AND COPJiTION RCOFING MATERIALS, 

Dry and Tarred Sheathing Paper, Pitch, and Asphalt, 

CUMOLE VARNISH, 

Crude and ISciiiietl liciixole, Naphtha, Lijuht Oil, Dead Oil 

DRESSING FOR CLOTH AND TIN ROOFS, &C, &C. 

Ofaoo, X<3 Ooxntx'-ctl Stroot, 
II © 8 T O X. ' 

ID. W. BAJLLjKY, Agent. S. C^VRUUTH, Treasurer. 



772 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



PATTER! & MODEL MM! 



am. kinds or 



WOOD TURNING AND JIG SAWING 

Promptly attended to, 

45 SUDBURY STREET, 

ADAMS STREET. 



"""■ BOSTON 



TUTTLE, GAFFIELD, &. CO., 

IMPORTERS OF 

■if «f%, mm rasp f| ™ f%i «r n SP ' 

m mm r-J^i Cfafci W »H & tJhq 4*^ I . 



GERMAN WINDOW GLASS, 

10 MERCHANTS ROW, BOSTON. 
KBOLLEY &c EDMA^DS, 

Importers of and Wholesale Dealers in 

AND TOILET ARTICLES GENERALLY. 

also or 

French, German, English, and American Fa..cy Goods, 



No. 156 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 

JOSEPH B. KELLEY. W1L OTIS EDMANDS. 



ILLIS, BARRELL, & CO., 

SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 

Special attention to the manufacture of 

CARPET AND PEBBLE GRAIN SLIPPERS. 

No. 140 PEARL STREET, 
BOSTON. 

CilAS. WI1.LIS, TII09. W. BARRELL. HENRY 8. ADAM^ 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THE ANALYTICAL 

SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. 

DR. J. WESLEY KELLEY, 

(Successor to his Father, the late Dr. J. CLAWSOS KeLLET,) 

Office, 200 Tremont St. (near Boylston St.) 

DR. KELLET can be personally consulted at 200 TREMONT ST 
The sick are invited to call. ADVICE PltEK. 
$Cr All letters or orders for Medicines must be addressed 200 TREMONT STREET, DR. KELLEY'l 
only office in Boston. 




BOSTON PLANING AND MOULDING MILL. 



IGULDISGS & BBILMB1 



ITpDTATQ 

TURNING AND FRET SAWING 

Of Every Description, for Carpenters, Builders, and Picture-Frame Makers. 



JOHU A. ROBERTSON, 

Xo. 393 FEDERAL, COR. FURXACE ST., BOSTON. 



Brackets of All patterns and sizes; Sawing and Planin; 



SACKETT, DAVIS, 8c CO., 



MASl'FAOTl'KERS OF 



GOLD CHAIN, LOCKETS, JEWELRY, &. 

No. 180 Washington Street, 

(Barker Building, Vp Stairs,) 

BOSTON. 

We invite the especial attention of the trade to our 

O O T A. O O IV A I> ELAI 1> 10 C IT A I >", 

Manufactured by a patented process of our invention, which, for strength, flexibility, regularity, and finish 
surpasses any other stvle vet known. 



LITTLEHALE & DRAKE, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

COUNTING HOUSE AND OFFICE 

FIRST CLASS 

Parlor and other Fancy Brackets. 
«M 1-2 i;TM!A ST., 

BOSTOX 



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Albert Litti.khale 
Thomas Drake. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



CHAS. II. BAEER & CO., 

383 WASHINGTON" STREET, 
LARGEST STORE fl.\ THE CITY 

FOR THE SALE OF 



JL.T bL^^S «iL. L Ai.nL- r4a"^M d 



GINGS 



FOREIGN J^TXTTD DOMESTIC. 
KM- SKILLFUL PAPER MANGERS FURNISHED WHEN REQUIRED 



Chas. H. Baker. 



Jere. A. Dennett. 



WILLIAM F. STAHL, 
(T* f% tWT "WPP if 3 ^P IT £fc Wf W 1 TE5 

Manufacturer of C*aim Arabic l>aog>s, Cordial Drops, 

AND AI.L KINDS OF 

FANCY CONFECTIONERY.. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

23 ESSEX STREET, Near Washington, BOSTON. 

J83* Formerly at S3 Eliot Street. 



SIDNEY FISHER & GO., GRANVILLE PERRY. 

DISAL.Hr. IN 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

AHMY A3D NAVY [BOOt'S, §lUU)S ; tlQl tl\ tj ill S , 

* TRAVELLING SHUTS, 

- 

DENIM ANO DUCK OVERALLS, 

Frocks and Jumpers, Ilscltory 
Shirts, &c. 

46 & 48 Federal Street, Boston. 



N.R. — Orders taken for Men's Extra Sizes. ! vjvj 



i^L JtS\ CLASS, Ac. 

' 25 Eliot Street, 

Near Washington St., 
BOSVOJfa 




WELD & 13 O Y S O N f 

m n m n m n f fg n t m p. fi w f W| CS r ^ 
Mm CARPENTERS, 

No, 380 TEEMONT STEEET, Corner of Castle Street, 
JB O S^ TO IV. 
GCEJVERlf to let and made to order. 



FREDERICK WELD. 



JOHN 1101 SOS. 



ADVERTISING DEPA RTMENT. 



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Hi Cfljjtnsmiljp 

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A. B. & S. II. LORING, 




^:<_^v\^- PLUMBERS, 

7G HARBISON AVENUE, BOSTON. 

Copper Gutters, Conductors, Bath and Wash Boilers, Water Closets, 

Wash-Basins, 3IarI>!c Slabs, Bathing Tubs, Lead Pipe, 

Sheet Lead, Lift and Force Pump, Ac. 



W. T. VOSE. 
\V. 1*. CLARK. 



VOSE & CLARK, 
Us © §3 it 4fe 4m: & & &£» «a s& o @ 

M A N U FACT U R E IIS F 

VOSE'S PATMT JIVfmOPVJLT, 

AND 

CLARK'S PATENT FAUCET, 

86 UTICA STREET, BOSTON. 



Bras3 Work of all kinds done in the best manner. Particular attention given to manufacturing 
Brass Models, &c. Jobbing promptly attended to. 



CHAIRS, ARM-CHAIRS, AND SOFAS, 
DELAPORTE & CO., 



FJIOM FJLItTS, 

The only French Manufacturers of 



rfVy 



fmmtM 0v$mr$j ®%mirm 



ARM-CHAIRS, SOFAS, AND FANCY FRENCH FURNITURE. 
DORCHESTER STREET, S. B. 



FORMERLY 4a ALBANY STREET, 

Orders promptly attended to. Terms, Cash on delivery. 



E03TON. 



KIMBALL, LIIVX>«..W, -Sc CO.. 

Importers and Jobbers of 

WORSTED GOODS, BUTTONS, HEAD NETS, 

gostmt, globs, Shifts, Corsds, ana iwnall Glares, 

Jfos. I & 2 OTIS STREET (West Side Winthrop Square), 

BOSTON. 



L. RICHMOND LIND3AT. 



J. WESLKY KIMBALL. I 



We also have constantly on hand, for sale by the case or dozen, a complete assortment of Hn.il*-> Soft 
Finished Spool Cotton, and Ilolyoke Enumelled Thread. Also Wholesule Agents for the Hon 
Ton Hoop .skirts, and Manufacturers of the celebrated Bay State skirts.. 



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BUCKLEY & BiiIJG30?v 

Have removed to their New Store, including the 

Paxithoon & La Grange Buildings Connected, 

Nos. 503 *0 oil WASHINGTON STBEET, 

Where they will be happy to see their old friends and patrons, and all others who wish to see a RH ir ani> 

VARIED STOCK OK FASHIONABLE 



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Our Stock is manufactured chiefly by ourselves, in the most faithful manner, and of the latest design*, for 

DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, LIBRARY, & CHAMBER FURNITURE, 

In all their varieties, which cannot fail to command the favor of all in want of Furniture, whether in repai i 
to quality, style, or price. 

E h'" Nearly all the Horse Railroad Cars pass directly by the door, and it is in close proximity to the 
Boston & Worcester, Old Colony & Newport, and Providence Railroads. 



JOSEPH BUCKLEY. 



CHARLES P. BANCROFT 



J. CKOWLEY, 

RASSFOUNDEI 

Would respectfully inform his friends and patrons, that he is now prepared to furnish all kin Is of 

Brass, Copper, Composition, Lead, Zinc, Tin, German Silver, 
and White Metal Castings, 

•It the JLoicest Cash I'rices, at the 

CORNER ALBANY AND CURVE STREETS, BOSTON, 

Where all orders will be promptly attended to, Babbitt Metal made to order. All Metals bought 8c - 



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BOYCE BROTHERS, ^% * 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in . "^--*. ' ' ." * 

FURNITURE, ] 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ^~ 

LOOKING-GLASSES, CARPETS, 
AND BEDDING. 
Warehouse, No. 583 Washington Street, Opposite Harvard Street 

BOSTON. 






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JUNCTION KALDEN AND WAREHAM STREETS, 

Builder & Manufacturer 

Of Wood Mouldings, Brackets, Bank Counters and Desks, Sashes, Doors, Window Frames, Drawers, Pack- 
in;? Boxes, &c. Planing, Sawing. Turning, Tret Sawing, &c. Also, Rope, Twist, and Spiral 3[ouldings and 
Balusters. Particular attention paid to tiering up. Banks and Offices. Elf ALL Orders addressed to 
J. .J. McjVTTT, Novelty Wood Works, Boston, will be «-\touti d with promptness and dispatch. 



EDWARD WHITELEY, 

Nqs. o9 and 61 Charlestown St., Boston, 

Practical Mechanic and Manufacturer of Patent Steam 

Ifarmiog and Cooking Apparatus, 

And New Patent Portable Steam Furnace, for Warming 

Buildings by low-pressure Steam or Hot Water, 

with all the latest improvements. Patent 

Hotel Cooking* Apparatus; 

Powder Drying Apparatus; Patent House and Ship Ventilators; 
Patent Coffee Roasters; High and Low Pressure Steam Boilers; 
Double Jacket Kettles; Patent Glass Water Ganges, for Steam 

Boilers; Cooking Ranges; Greenhouse Boilers, Furnaces, and 
Pipes. Also, Dealer in 

STEAM AND GAS PIPE. 



FATHER & SONS — been engaged in this business over 70 years — all practical Mechanics. 
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F. M. HOLMES & GO., 







MANUFACTURERS OF 







Sofas, Tete-a-Tctcs 9 Divans, Lounges, Hocking, Parlor, 

and Easy Chairs, 

FASHIONABLE PARLOR & BLACK WALNUT 

CBS AIM! SH PlTifTf^f^ 

Also Centre VstMes. 
WarerOoms, Nos. 188 and 190 Hanover Street, Boston. 

FACTORY, STATE PRISON, CHARL.ESTOWJV. 

F, V. nOLMES, F. H. JOT. A. P. HOI-MRS 



| Manhattan Life Insurance Company. 

ACCUMULATION $2,OOO,0 ). 

LOSSES PAID, OVER 1,000,000. 

DIVIDENDS MADE, OVER 800,000. 

NEW-ENGLAND BRANCH OFFICE, 
1 IVo. 151 IVaisliimrtOM. St., Boston, 3X:i^*. 



J. MASON EVERETT, Attorney and General Agent. 
OFFICE HOURS FROM 12 TO 2 DAILY. 

Agents wanted in all cities and towns in Massachusetts not yet occupied. Terms liberal. Addr< • ' ■■ 
er.il Agent as above. , ,, ,, ... 

Ki.KEiiKNCES.— Francis Skinner & Co., J. W. Paige & Co., Naylor & Co., John E. Inayer & l.m., 1 , rt 
Brothers & Co., Patrick T. Jackson, Anderson, Heath, & Co., Chase, Merritt, 8c Co., E. S. Com. r»e. 



IYIQRTGI\3 £l COLOOKD, 
NO. 73 SUDBURY STREET - - BOSTON, MASS. 

(Successors to JAMES A. STAFFORD & CO., late 80 Sudbury Street,) 
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in 

WROUGHT IRON STEAM & GAS PIPE, 

GALVAXlZi:i> IUON 1>U>E AM) FITTIXGS. 

M. & C will give their personal attention to the construction of Steam and riot Water Aj; ir»< 
warn inn factories, I'ubliS Institutions, Hotels, Greenhouses, and Private Dwellings; also U is >> i 
In.- A| i aratuH. kg- All kinds of Jobbing connected with the business doue at abort nonce, ana u n 
manlike manner, 

ASIIBBW M. SfOBTOX. HEKET F « COLCORD. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. • 77'.) 



G-AS FIXTURES, LAMPS, &c. 

S. A. STETSON & CO.. 

350 and 352 Washington Street, BOSTON, 

Manufacturer* and Dealen in 

fi Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures, 

p~0£ f& [^<l LAMPS AM) CANIKELAKltA, 

®i|rif , T^^& as Rpc and Fitting in all its Branches, 

^4^Jw If vVl©r GAS STOVES FOR HEATING AND COOKING. 

PORTABLE CAS MACHINES FOR COUNTRY USE. 

Fixtures Refinished and Pipes Repaired. 






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MRS. CHARLOTTE Ml. ADAMS, 

300 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., 300 

Manufacturer, Importer, and Extensive Dealer in 

French, German, English, and American 

CORSETS, SHOULDER BRACES, 

ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SPINAL CORSE IS, 

AND MATERIALS FOR TIIEIK MANUFACTURE. 

Has constantly in Stock the largest and most completely assorted Supplies of elegant Paris made 
Stitched aud Woven 

CORSETS, 

of every desirable description and price of any House in the United States. 

LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Comprising Robes de Chambre, Night Dresses, Chemises, Drawers, Jackets, Wrappers; Silk, Worsted, 
Linen, and Cotton Under Garments; Rich Embroidered Klannel IVttieouts ; Skirts of every description : 
Bathing Dresses, &e. This department is complete, and arranged with a strict observance to taste and the 
latest fashions. 

Personal said particular attention given to ordered work, and fitting Corsets, having private rooms for 
this purpose. 

300—WAS1IIXGTOX STREET, BOSTON, MASS. — 300 

Mrs. Charlotte IV! . Adams. 



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SOSTON CHAIR COMPANY, 

GAHB slAT CHAIRS, 

Factory, 22, 24, aud 2G Way Street ; 

OFFICE .l.YI) n'.lttEttOOMS, 11 tf.IY' STREET, 

BOSTON, JMI.A.SS- 

HALEY, MORSE, & BOYDEN, Agents. 

J. J. HAI j:y, President; F. JI. ll'M'li;, Secretary; T. ST. JACKSON, Treasurer. 



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Boston Stained and Cut tilass Works, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




131, 137, and 139 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 
a*. j&X. COOK. 

^Tv'^rn f;^rr n ,^f r * feCt f, d fn r f l , ng i emen t 9 for ,, , oin - ;l - ,i ,', or " tensive business in the manufactu 
STAIN .1) and < x i Glass in all ita branches, ami especially in getting up Memorial Church H 
nil ol*hebMt styles (having hud new naming Apparatus built, ana i tnploying some of the b< H 
EiX & u »^ ^ «*■ ^ ^el-lights, Sky-1 

HURT, LYOty, & CO., 

(.Established by N. limit, In 1S17,) 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

§ttt ftskCniufl «f eatlw Miira, 



DEALERS IX 



RUBBER MACHME BELTING, 

STEAM PACKING, ENGINE If OSE, 
And all other Articles of VULCANIZED INDIA EUEBEE. 

20 Devonshire Street, JSOSTO.V, 



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HKNUY C. HINT. 



MORTIMER LVOX, 



GEO. W. TWIT. 



Arthur moavot, ,' READ, STEVENSOIJ, SCO 

IMPORTER OF 

BAR,SI!EET, & HOOP IRON, STEEl 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 
Kova Scotia mid B:iv Clialciir 



Chains, Anvils, Vises, Bellows, 

I English & American Horse Nails, &c. 
Nos. 11 & 13 FULTON STREET, 

15 orro nr. 



IRINQSTONES 



OF ALL SIZES. 

A large assortment of rough and finished, c< I 
on hand. 

Drake's Wharf, 242 Federal St., 

BOS T O r¥. 



DEALER IN* 



| JOSEPH D. GOULD, ft)S. Dl 

Trustee for the heirs of the late 

GEORGE -KG- EtTGGLES, 

■Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
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UllViX flV JStttgUlSS, COTTON BATT1XG, & WADDIXU. 



NO. 30 UNION STREET, 
BOSTON MASS. 



407 Harrison Avenue, 
BOSTON. 



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SYSTEM OF VENTILATION, 

Por Churches, Schoolrooms, Prisons. Stables, Factories and Workshops, Drying 

and Dressing Rooms, &c, Founded on the only correct 

Theory of Ventilation. 

Has been applied in many hundreds of cases with universal success. On pa?.- 37, of the Boston School Re- 
port for 1863, see this : 

" In the nearly or unite unanimous opinion and experience of the memb< r- of the School Hoard, the sys- 
tem ot ventilation represented by Robinson's Instruments, is the best now In the market. Th< ir judgment, 
in this respect, is based, not upon mere theory, but on positive, Indisputable facts. In the li m tch 
Grammar-School House, and in the Primary School-House on Harrison Avenue, the success ot these venti- 
lators has been complete, and entirely satisfactory, and can not be question! d." 

LUTHER ROBINSON, Ag't U. S. Ventilation Co., 46 Congress St.. Boston. 



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LEEDS, ROBINSON, & CO., 
Iron Conisiiissfoia Me a* class sat*. 

AGEXTS FOR ANDERSON, COOK, & CO.'S 

BEST REFII1ED CAST STEEL. 

Old Colony Iron Co.'s Shovels, Spades, & Scoops. 

Dealers in Cut Nails, Iron, and Hoops. .Toms & Laughlin's Cold 
Rolled Iron for Shafting and Piston Rods. 

OITICE, 75 AND 77 NORTH STREET, BOSTON. 

HENRY LEEDS, JR. A « JENKS ROKIXSOX. 

~~ COBUKN, LANG, & CO. 

SODA AND MINERAL WATER, 

SAESAPAEILLA, HOP, AND GINGER BEER. 

| Also, Dealers in Massey, Collins, & Co.'s Philadelphia Ale, Hammer's Champagne Ale, 
and other Ales; Philadelphia Porter. Champagne Cider, Brown Stout, and Porter, 
for Shipping and Family use. All orders promptly attended to. 

100 West Worcester St.. Boston. 



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. i 'h t CHARLES H. BRUCE, 

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MANUFACTURER OF 

; : :Mi 1 Window Shades, 

WIRE & MOSQUITO 

^ H^L i "_:.^ ■■■,■ ;:..-:. . ■-■:: SCREENS AND FIXTURES. 

STORE SHADES MADE, LETTERED, AND PUT UP TO ORDER. 
Q04 & GOG WASHINGTON STREET - - - - BOSTON. 

COMSTOCK, GOVE, & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SODA IRQ HIHEHAL WAT 



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SAESAPAIULLA AXD HOP BEEll, 

\ And Dealers fn CROTON CREAM ALE, CHAMPAGNE CIDER, BROWN STOUT, and PORTER, for 

Shipping and Family use. All orders promptly attended to. 

Sole Agents for Milbarilz Bros, Croton Cream Ale and Porter, 
\ No. 139 FRIEND and 46 CANAL STREETS, BOSTON. 



| D. Gk PRATT, 

58 TO 64 ALBANY STREET, BOSTON, 

NEAR WORCESTER DEPOT, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

I J BLACK-WALNUT CHAMBER SETS, 

WHATNOTS, TOWEL-STANDS, 



AND 



OHO 
Tn ruin or, Planing, Sawing, & Moulding 



J JXliilllQ} ^"^'O) 

TO ORDER. 



Rooms to Let, with Steam Power. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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BRAMAN, SHAW, & CO., 

(Successor* to FOKSTKH, LAWRKNCK, & Co.) 

Importers of SAMTTKL LAYCOCKs 

EaasrMfcSi Hail* 8esaf5Ga 

And Manufucturerfl of 

PARLOR SUITS, 

SOFAS, LOUNGES, 

Tete-a-Tete, Easy, Parlor, and Rocking 

CHAIKS, 

DIVANS, OTTOMANS, &r\, &c. 

Also Patent Reclining Chairs. 
SUDBURY STREET, cor, of Portland Street, over Suffolk Market, 

FACTORY AT LAST CAMBRIDGE. 







J. W. BRAOKETT, 

Manufacturer of Piano-Fortes 

f |fg -S^l PEDAL PIANOS, 

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FOR ORGANISTS, 

18 Avery St., near the Adams House, Boston, 



JfcS* EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED. 

OX 7) riANOS taken in Exchange. 



EDWIN MACCUBBIN, 

llsiiitstactiirei* of Tenet inm EBlisads 

^^ OF THE NEWEST STYLES, 



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;£] For Parlor, Bay, French, and Oriel Windows, _ 



■H Also for Stores and Public Buildings, 

j^lSTO. IB, AVERY STZREIET, 

3 A few door* off Washington Stn ■ :. £ 

I BOSTON. 

| OLD BLINDS MADE TO LOOK EQUAL TO NEW. £J 



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j±. 13. J A. Q TJ I T I-I, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

JOYS ANO SMALL IV ARES, 

ORDEUS F()!i 

J/r/ Sawing and Wood Turning, promptly attended to. 
60 ALBANY STUEST, BOSTON. 

Druggists' Boxes, Halls (all sizes), Piano Pins, Pedal Hods, Bonnet Stands, [Iandles 

Bungs, Faucets, Curtain Fixtures, Billiard Counters Blbbon 

Rools, &c., made to order. 



781 



UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC. 



COPP & PEAE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fashionable 

erg iooH 

IIIBOW SHifflSS, 

H ? Drapery Curtains, 




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SOLE AGENTS IN BOSTON 
For the Sale at Wholesale and Retail 

OF 

Willfflot's Patent Elastic 

DOOR AND FURNITURE 



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gps 387 Washington Street, 



CORNER OF AVERY 6T11EET, 



GEORGE \v\ COPP 
El>\VAKD VV. PEAR. 



BOSTON 



CAST STKEL SAWS. 



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WELCH Sc GRIFFITHS' 

CELEBRATED PATEXT-GROl'XD EX1 i:a -I INK 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, aI/.. 



hUl STEEL Ihj, 

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Circular, Circular Board Paws, Circular Shin~le and Tapennff 5>lui »■ and Clapboard >ft , 
Teunon, Mill, EMt, &c. Also the extra-iin. I ,-■ >Uad Ii , and {•• « •»««'■ <■■■ 

and PonyWunj? Saws; 30. 32, and :H Iik extra-fine Wood-Miws or Itillei V\ebf, 
" a.l the usual variety of Felloe, Web, Metal, and otht i - ■ 



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all th< 
more 



proprietors of this timo-honored - RtaMMimeitt, Inform their friend* .and LI 
tii'ii iif.i.-nirf th.-,' crhFim VTED SAWS. An experu-nee of ovei 

ki" wii improv erne nU to earn l.ranel, of the manufacture, has enabled tin m to pro I. 
* 1 qualities, than anj tiling ot the kind ever before offered to the public, 



Warehouse, 1-15 & 147 Federal SI.. ]So»fon 

Branch House, 42 Woodbridge St., East, Detroit, E. B. Kidgley, Ageut. 



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PARKER SEWING MACHINES, 



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PRICES, THIRTY-FIVE "AND FIFTY DOLLARS. 

SAMUEL W. HODGES, Agent. 

Salerooms, No. 108 Trcmont Street, and No. 58 Bronificld Street, 

BOSTON", 3VC-A.SS. 

i^^tt^t ^rons: Xjx:p»a3 x»nsxTaEU3L3xro33 oo. 

CII.YIC.T'I.KKJ) 18 11. riKELY MITIAL 

ASSETS, NOV. 1, 1S06 .... $8,285,337.60. 

We call the attention of our customers to the extremely favorable condition of our Oompan 
j ?■.-<■!. n 1 in the subjoined comparative statement taken from the Reports to the Insurance Coin 
•>{ Ma.-*yat ; husetts of 1S05 and 1860. 
. f ' struct from Returns of the New- Y<>rl: Life Insurance Companu, to Insurance Commissioner of 3/i •• w ' '<• 

setts, of Business for the Year ending Nov. 1, l&uo. 
Entire Receipts of 1 SOB — rremiums anrl Interest ...... $3,372,539.00 

Entire Receipts of 18G5— Premiums and Interest ...... 2,447 ,00 1.0*4 

Showing an increase of nearly One Million Dollars. 

As*ots November 1,1800 . ' $6,285,387.6(1 

18(55 4,459,554.03 

Snowing an increase of nearly Two Million Dollars, all of which is securely 

in\ es'ted according to law. 
Summary of Business done at the Branch Office, 13 Merchants' Exchange, Boston, from Annual Returns 
, to Commissioners, Xov. 1, lboO. 

Entire Amount Insured since Nov., 1803 $6,017,3. »0.»o 

Anuuali'remiums from Nov. 1,1805, to Nov. 1, 1806 ..... 301,77S.«fO 

D. W. RUSSELL, General Agent and Agency Sunt. 



3BC03MC3E3 XiIFS Xra"^XJXl.-^. _ JM"OE2 OCX, 

Xo. 23S Broadway, Cor. Warren Street, New York. 1G Court St., Brooklyn* 

MUTUAL, -WITH AN AMPLE CASH CAPITAL. 

WALTER S. GRIFFITH, President. i GEO. C. RIPLEY", Secretary. 

I. II. FHOTHINGEAM,. Treasurer. ! WILLIAM J. COFFIN, Actuary. 



Thf foundations of this Comptnv are laid deep and stromr, that, with the blessing of heavcn.it may sUnii for »m>« ■>- 
Ifldami |»roteetlon of the ividowand the Orphan. I he j>lan adopted lor the transaction and mauum-im : 
' ■«. hn.rei.pvvt, tir-t. to the perfect and permanent » lability jI the Company i and second, to the convenient » 

J"U iihtiiKi' i t* rh< iihuured. 

• ■ ! ; > -mi, Lit..- und Kn.lowmcnt Policies for Adul'g and Children. 

N "ii-l„rr,||„,-t' l»ollcieaV— s.~ I Voie. 1> V this admirable arr.m cement a person now in Oie enjoyment of a liberal 
■•' >y with <r«itiw« m«k.e a provision for his family heyoiid alt coiititnjoncies. 

• f'odey . d — jso Forfeiture or Policy. Tbe Home will always pay to the Assured, thefu 

* •' v*. it" i rmv reason they desire to surrender the same. When two or more annual premiums have been paid, we *'•' 
■ * • *j I- ip i ev for lite f< r the amount of such premiums, on the sun nder of the orieinul policy. 

'I '••• Ilnuie liivi to ti members the full valm >f all tin assurance w huh the > uaj for, retainitie nothing in lU hamH 
■' ■' 'ur nun-payment of premiums. UJT" I'erfona insuring in the Home are at liberty to reside or travel in auj part 
■- *i iout eny extra premium, restrained only by their love of life. 

EDWIN A. EATON, General Agent, 49 Washington St., Boston. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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BOSTON FLINT GLASS WORKS, 



MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF 



Druggist's, Chemical, and Tabic Ware, 

Kerosene Lamps and Fixtures, Lanterns for Ships and Railroad use. 

Also, a large variety of Ink Stands, Sponge Cups, Fancy and 

Plain Glass Paper Weights. 

Store, 72 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. Factory at East Cambridge, Mass. 

C. JT. WYMAN, Ajjent. 



C. F. WYMAS. 



FRANK PIERRE. 



Tiin>iAs liciohto.n. 



THOMAS LEAVITT & CO., 

(SUCCESSORS TO CHASE & LEAVITT,) 

MAOHHsTISTS, , 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Portable and Stationary Steam Engines, 

SHAFTING A.iSTX> PULLEYS, 

Nos, 35 and 37 Lincoln Street, Boston, 

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WILLIAM B. SEARS, 

I N S U R A NCE A G E N T, 

40 State Street, Boston. 

. Office of Em Insurance Co. & Travellers' Insurance Co,, of Hartford, Ct. 
Insures against Loss by Fire; also, Life Insurance 
effected in first-class Companies. 

Refers to Gabdser Colby, Esq.; B. E. IUtk<, Pros. Bank of Commerce. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



IMPORTER OF 



PABTHEIMULLER, 



m GERMAN FANCY BASKETS, f 

5>v^i Up^Sk ETC ' and Manufacturer of £J , \j/ N < 

' V a« CANE & WILLOW FURNITURE, 

=Bfe£d-« NO. 8 HATJ.VAP.-n RT-RTHinn 



c:/ :>i : |-, NO. 8 HARVARD STREET, ! \ 

-***■* -== BOSTON. 

REPAIRING OF RATTAN CHAIRS, BASKETS, CHAIR SEATS, ETC. 

Gents' Large Arm Chairs, Ladies' Arm Chairs, Sewing Chairs, Children's High Chairs, RocMne Chairs 
Arm Chairs, Nursery Chairs, Crickets, Cane Cradles. WILLOW WORK OF ALL KINDS. Basl eu 
oval, round, and square. i'aper, Sponge, Laundry, and Travelling Baskets. 



TURNER, KIDNEY, & CO., 



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Office, Room 16, Traveller Building, 

31 STATE STREET, 
BOSTON. 



EIK*E STORES SET: STREETS, PEACES, PRIVATE 

AVENUES, SIDEWALK, and all kinds of PEAIA 

and FAI¥€iT PAVING, done promptly. 

Every variety of PAVING MATEEIALS furnished, if desired. 

H-'Or We also attend to the building of Railroad Trades, as heretofore. -£flr 

JOHN TURNER. ' JAMES W. KIDNEY. 

MOSES H. LIBBT. - BENJ. F. REED. 



GEO. W. FOSTEE, 
iG-Iass Manufacturers' Agent, 



GJT-SIffn of tbe Big Demijohn, -fftt 

NO. 14 BLACKSTONE STREET, BOSTON 

(OITOSITi; NEW ENGLAND HOUSE.) 



<o»fttnntljr on hand, DEMIJOHNS, WWB BOTTLES, AM> FLASKS, Mlnernl Bottles, 

Porter ami Ale Bottle*, Lemon Syrup Bottles. Pickle jmi»1 Preserve Jan, 

Patent Medicine Bottles, Mucilu£e tV fa-tor Oil Bottle*. Patent Fruit 

•Inv«, Tumblers, and Specie jars, Hndlsli and Jelly Jars, 

j Including every variety of GREEN AND FLINT DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, at Glass Manufacturer! 

lowest prices. 

Particular attention paid to (jetting up Private Moulds. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



783 



O. P. DRAKE 






CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



DRAKE'S iPA/r^NT 




GAS MACHINES, 



FOR LIGHTING 

PRIVATE DWELLINGS, CHURCHES, HOTELS, AND FACTORIES, 

In any Locality, at as cheap a rate as Coal Gas is afforded in the largest cities. 



VfE manufacture eight sizes of the S >lab f.vs 
Machine, ranging from ten t., flye nun Ire l light 
capacity. Every machine is put in operut • a and 
fully tested before it is sent off, ami 
to give perfect satisfaction. This new apj "ituj it 
the result of fifteen years of experien in this 
special line of manufacture, and we feel warranted 
iu asserting that our machine excels all others of a 
similar kind in the market. It is much simpler 
and more efficient tlum any former manufacture, 
and is constructed with special reference to safety 
and durability. There iu no possibility of an ex- 
plosion under any circumstances whatever, nor is 
the gas tank likely to leak or give out, or any part 
of the machine to get out of order, if reasonable 
care is taken of it. From live to fifteen minutes' 
daily attention is all that is required to keep any 
size of machine in perfect working order to surply 
all the burner jets in a dwelling or factory. 

The Solab Gas is manufactured by th^ admix- 
ture of Atmosphkkic Aik with the Vai-ob of 
G.vsolei.ve. The gasoleine is contained in ihe tank 
A, and the air is supplied by an air-forcing pump 
located and operated within the cylii Iri al case 
15, <-'. The pump is revolved on shaft l» by 
means of cord K, pulleys F, and wcijj it O. The 
Utw is arranged to wind up like a <■ t I y 

applying the crank I* to the j I of 

shaft or w indiue-drura 1), the weig ' i. i 

the propelling power to revi It 
thus fon e tir In contact with I t it 
fluid which is exposed t>« the action ot t'. 
means of au absorbent raporizt r. 

ti soleine is a volatile h\ lro-carb i fluid 
taiued from crude petroleum an ! bituminous coals, 
aivl is an i rti ■'•■ of :• .• . iri * 
oil and petroleum distillers, and is 1 I : 

the consumer at an*a 
Ion, at t it prici it will furnish a t. i ■ 
five-sixths i f a cent per house. >'!■ 
mated equal to one thousand cubic 1 • il gas 



Heliablo Agents wanted in every State to introduce 

THE SOL-AJR, Q-A.S MACHINE. 

Constantly on hand. DRAKES METALLIC GASOLEISE BARRELS AM) GASOLEI.YK. 

, Gas Fixture:, and Burners Adapted to Burning: the Solar Gas. 

We manufacture Apothecaries' Balances and Weights; also CJiemist and Ban! Ital- 
ancee. Proprietors of IHiAKK'S VENZOLINE t for removing all Grease and latnt 
Stains from all fabrics. 

0, P, DRAKE & CO,, 6 & 8 Eodford St., Boston, Mass, 




THE iETNA SEWING .MACHINE. 

I- a Loek-Stiteh, < , ^v-nnimii?, noiseless, and durable Shuttle Machine; has a Straight Needle, with V . \ 
Protector, and commutes the good qualities of all the first-class Machines jret Invented. 

IT IS UNSURPASSED FOR FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING PURPOSES, 

■In durability, simplicity, and wide range of work. The finest fabrics of tissue, and all the «rari< ties ol 

log, xuaining, lieinmiug, tucking, felling, braiding, cording, binding, etc., up 1 tth and ueai 

ornamental harness and carriage-work, is done with unerring regularity, ease, and celei ity. 

In the Industrial Exhibitions at Colonge and Stettun, tiurope, the highest premiums were awarded to 
our Machines, I8G5, und at the American Institute, New York, lbi)5, and two silver medals at II 

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OUR MANUFACTURING MACHINES 

Are unequalled for tailors, shoe and harness-imikers ; and we can refer to the best booses In New York and 
Lynn, Muss., for their usefulness and superiory for manufacturing purposes. 

OUR REPUTATION HAS BEEN FILLY ESTABLISHED 

I.i New York, where over twelve thousand Machines are in use, and they are the favorite of every household 
for their extensive range of work, durability, and elegance in design. 
n.a' Agents wanted in every town and county in the Eastern States. 

PLANER, BRAUNSDORF, & CO., Proprietors ' 

G. W. rOLTS, Agent for the Eastern States. ' Office, 332 Wash. St., Boston. 

.Reference In Lynn — AV. K". NT. Brookhouie, E«q. 



BOSTON F( 3S CX PANY, 

MAVERICK STREET, EAST BOSTOX. 

Manufacturers of 

ANCHORS. 

SMI 9 WORK: 

"Windlass ZCSTeclcs, Truss Shapes, Knees, IDavitts, Sec. 

JX.HJLRO.in WORK: 

Locomotive Frames, Axles, Cranks, Piston and Connecting Rods, Truck and Car Axles, &c. 

S T JO. 1.11 .11.1 R /.VJE WORK: 

Shafting, Cranks, Cross-Heads, Beam-Straps, Wheel-Arms, Connecting and Piston Rods, Tin*, &e., Ac. 
SUGAR-MILL FORGIXG, SHAFTING, and all kinds of HAMMERED SHAPES. 

JAMES SMITH. WE N. FISHER. J. W. HABBERLEY, Supt. 




ADVERTISING DLTARTMENT. 



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C. M. CLAPP & CO, 

AGENTS FOR 
NATIONAL RUBBER CO. 




CHA.RLE3 GOODYEAR. 



TTnion India Rubber Co. 

3?ha mix Uubber Co. 

N. Hay ward ( o. 

IProvidence Rubber Co. 

Boston I {elfins Co. 

New V<»ilc lieltins anrl Packing Co. 

India Rubber Comb < '<>. 

Novelty Rubber ( '«>. 

American Hard Rubber Co. 

Charles Mackintosh •& Co. 

Goodyear's India Rubber Glove Co. 

Goodyear's Rubber Works. 

Goodyear's Rubber Stopple Co. 

Goodyear's Shoe Association. 

New York Rubber ( 

Vulcanite Jewelry Co. 

A.. G. Day Caoutchouc Co. 

New-Jbln gland Car Spring Co. 

C. A. Bunner. 

KVKIIV CONCEIVABLE STYLE OF 

India Rubber and Gutta Percha Good3 

MADE TO ORDER. 

WAREHOUSE, 37 MILK STREET, 

CORNER OF 
MORTOX PLACE, DOSTOX. 



ALSO, 

Oak Tanned Leather Belting, Page's Patent Lacings, Vulcanite Emery 

lilt eels, dc.f <C*c. 




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The best Force Pump in the world, which the company are now pr< pan I I - fund h in ail mnnufai t irors, 
of every size and capacity desired. The company have two sizes nia-h • I 
manufacturing ettuhlishmtnt should be without one or more. lhe vnrf'im -I? I 

sale. Also Linen, Leather and Rubber Rose, Hose Pipes, and Couplings. >:. um V\\» and fixtures, & 

II. M. WISWALL, Agent. 
40 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON. 



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The above engraving is a view of a Time* Detector, which is carried about 
by the watchman to all the different stations to be guarded. At each station 
is a small key, securely fastened to prevent his taking it with him. Tin 
watchman goes from station to station, takes the key fastened there, ins 
it into the clock, gives it one turn, and goes on to the next, or to any otli 
station, for he is not bound to go in regular order. By this it follows that 
a perfect record will be kept of each operation. 

The broken-out portion of the watch shows the mechanism which open 
the pin which pricks the paper. At A, there is a number of sliding bars 
which connect with the pricking points, so that, by turning round the I 
the ward on it strikes a certain bar and penetrates the dial-paper !•- 
that act, a small hole is made in the paper, which tells what time the 
appeared at each station ; how often he came there ; how long he stop] 
how long it took him to go from one to another; whether he went in regu- 
lar order or not ; in short, it gives a complete record of his night s work. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BUERK'S 




ADDRESS 



J. E. BXT23HS:, Proprietor, 

47 Congress Street, BOSTON. 



,Httpan'8 %imt gctcttor. 



This Watch-Clock was introduced to the public in almost every section of the United States 
and Canadas, several years ago; and it has proved itself to be the best invention in the world Tor 
testing the faithfulness of Watchmen. Since its introduction, the Proprietor has improved on 
some parts, and corrected deficiencies which have been suggested by using it; and he has now a 
perfect check upon the Watchman. With other clocks, a regular routine has to be followed, but 
with this a Watchman can be ordered to visit any particular place as often as required, without 
being compelled to go to places where it is not necessary to visit as often. 

The instrument is complete in itself, portable, and as reliable as the best lever watch. 

It is not so likely to become disarranged in its works as a good watch, because its parts are 
stronger. But when it needs cleaning, any common watchmaker can adjust it, its mechanism 
being simple. 

It requires no fixtures or wires communicating from room to room, as is the case with the 
ordinary Watch-Clocks ; a small, inexpensive, stationary key is alone required at each station. 

Its use is not restricted to a single building, and places can be guarded that it would be impos- 
sible to guard with any other instrument, such as Railroad Tunnels, Bridges, Yards, Shops, .Vc 

It is very essential to carry the clock secure, taking care that it is not brought in 'intact with 
any hard substance, and thereby broken. I have on hand pouches with straps to go over the 
shoulder and around the body, which I will send with the clock, if ordered. Price, $2.50. 

The instrument will in all cases be warranted perfect and satisia tory. 

Its price is invariably Scvouty-Fi /e Dollar , Cash on Delivery, including as maiy 
Keys as are requisite, not exceeding twelve. 

THIS WATCH-CLOCK IS SOLD AT A LESS PRICE THAN ANY OTHER IN THE MARKET. 

The Detector is used extensively by large Manufacturing Establishments and Railroad ; 
Companies in the United States, f. ., wh numerous testimonials have been received. 

N.B. Parties purchasing these Clocks should test them sufficiently in the counting room or I 
office, as they will not be taken back after having been injured by the Watchman through rare- 
lessness. 

ggf- This Detector is covered by two U. S. Patents. Parties using or *cllin^ these instru- 
ments without authority from me will be dealt with according to law. 

All Communication* promptly attended to. 



M». O. Mlox, .To. 10Ci7. 



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I 704 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



GENERAL AGENCY OF THE 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co, 

Ao. 81 WA$8II\f;TO\ STREET, BOSTON. 



ASSETS OYER $14,000,000. 



The attention of Capitalists, Merchants, and business men, is respectfully invited to 
! the claims of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn. The 
J assets of this Company now amount to over Fourteen Millions of Dollars, all securely ! 
| ami profitably invested. 

Premiums and Interest for the year ending Nov. 1, 18G6, amounted to about i 
$0,000,000. 

Its dividends, which are declared and annually paid four years after payment of the ! 
premium, have averaged over Fifty per cent, of the premium for twenty years past, and , 
the dividend now being paid is Sixty per cent. 

In adjusting losses by death, dividends are Anticipated at fifty per cent, and allowed 
upon each premium, paid, and in such a manner that the number of dividends will 
always equal the number of outstanding notes. 

EDWIN RAY, General Agent. 
CHARLES LOWELL THAYER, Boston Director. 




mmi l m m shoe patieix to., 

BRASS-EDGE BRASS-EDGE 

Patterns, : ^OE PATTER3S, 

Every style, host quality, > E verv stv l e , best qualitv, with brass I 
with brass edges, each i J J . . , J. -. 

piece, 15 tents. eiU:il piece, 1<> 1 cuts, 

96 Milk St, Boston. 96 MILE ; STREET, BOSTON. 

SHOE BUCKLES. 

SHOE FINDINGS. ! SHOE BUCKLES. SHOE FINDINGS. 



wm. h. barnes, j j| r§< A> ^ Latham, 

ptcSinhcr3tal05ncinitifv -'irnjPM fl AlRVnYAHT : ' 

SBinnBiniBmnir 1 ^" 1 v \ L ' 

U WASHING STREET, | 292 Washington Street, 
boston. BOSTON. 

Cancelling Stamps, Burning Brands, Stem To Mr?. Latham the human Bystem is 
cil Tools, &c. Orders\v mail or perfectly transparent : she seea at once the 
express promptly executed. real difficulty and treats you tor it. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BLACK DIAMOND STEEL WOftKS. 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

PARK, .BROTHER & CO. 

IfANUFACTUREUS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

CAST AND GERMAN STEEL. 

Branch Warehouse, 42 & 44 Batterymarch Street, Boston. 
OLIVER HUNT, Agent. 

CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. 

IZTFEIVTORS' lEXCMAWCrlE, 

No. 36 Winter Street, Boston, Mass. 



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ALL PERSONS will hereby take notice, and be governed accordingly, that there is 
but one legal INVENTORS' EXCHANGE in Boston, which was established and co/jy- 
righted a.d. 185 7, and is located at 36 Winter Street, where the latest first-class inventions^ 

of all varieties and purposes, and suited to ever}- part of the country, arc always for sale 
on most reasonable terms by County and State. Rights. Practical business men, having large 
or small capital to invest, are invited to, an examination of the many practical and money- 
making Inventions constantly for sale. 

' G. BRA YTON JOHNSON, Proprieto r. 

JOHN D. FLAGG, FRANK L. PENNEY, 

AGENT FOR MANUFACTURER OF 



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FEEL STAMPS, STENCIL 
PLATES, 



Book and Job Printing j and dies or all kinds, 

No. 8 Dock Square, Boston. 



Basement, 27 Water Street, 

Entrance 26 Spring Lane. I We cut our Stamps on the be»t of Steel and war- 

! rant them. Also, Iron Figures all si/es. at low 

B^->. <~j m /—\ TXT" prices. Finking Irons made to order. Steel I i 

v-> »^> J- *w* J-^ - i im ,i Alphabets always on hand. Also, Stencil Al- 

! phabots aud Figures! Stencil Paste, Brushes, Small 
j Agent for t-he Gordon Franklin Job Presses, i stencils for Marking Clothing with Indelible Ink, &c. 



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william cleland's 
eal Estate Office, 

i -, r -,rr—: No. 84 Washington St., 

$ i- Office No. 3, Dp Stairs BOSTON.; 

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■■ Particular attention given to selling and exchanging Farms Residences 
and City Property, MORTGAGES NEG01IA1ED, rules 
h JS examined, Deeds, and other Instruments effecting 

i; '. '< Real Estate, drafted. 






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C. T. HAMBLEN, 

(buccrasor to K. /'. WHITE A CO.,) 
DEALEK IN 

j IETAIS AID PLULIBESS' MATEBIilS, 

86 NORTH STIIEET, 
I B08TOIV. 



BFTTERFIELD & HAVEN, 

26 Pearl Street, Boston, 

GENERAL AGENTS FOR 

Q&.The Wax Thread Sewing Machine, 
The J\ r ew Era I* egging Mae) tine, 
^^s^^k^ The Monitor Eyeleting Machine, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

BOOT AND SHOE BIAWUFACTUHERS' GOODS, 

BOOT A\I> SHOE JIACMIX EKT. 




Offices: 89 LIBERTY STREET, N.Y., * 50 MILK STREET, BOSTON 

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MANHATTAN RUBEER COMPANY, 

Manufacturers of Rubber Goods, 

Jlach lie Belting Steam-Packiiisr Va!v?s, Eii^'.ne Hase, Stationer 
Uoods, J*are MiiH'ltV Hasher Threat!*, lor Weavers* Braiders. 

WouM call the attention of Railroad Men to our PATENT RUBBER CAR BPRINO. 
"iUui.N u. BENNETT. President. TIMOTHY COKNWELL, 1 



A D V ERTISIS G I) E P A RT U E N T. 



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A.TjTLH:>sr I3EA.CTT. 

10 HAWKINS STREET, . BOSTON, MASS, 

Manufacturer of BROWN'S PATENT ADJUSTABLE 



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Y ipe .^s ^ Tongs. 

Also, Dealer in Steam. Gas, and Water Pipe and Fittings of every description. Orders 

solicited. 

N. B. All persons are cautioned against dealing in any of said Pipe Ton"* which are not manufactured 
by me, ax I am the sole proprietor of Patents issued to Henrj H. Gilmore, April 6, 1*58, and I 
Brown, November 30, 185s, which cover nor oulj the above-named, but all kind- of Adjustable Pipe longs, 
hud I shall prosecute any infringement of said patents which comes to my knowledge. 

J. W. MEAGHE1Z~ 

Carved, Cabinet & Upholstered 

FURNITURE, IStcam Mncb Soaps, 



LEATHE & GORE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



Manufactured to order in the latest and 
most approved styles. 

No. 3 Chambers St., Boston. 

In all its branches, executed at short 
notice, and in the best possible manner. 



FOR EXPORTATION AND 

Domestic Consumption, 
|No. 397 Commercial St., 

OPPOSITE P. & K. DEPOT, 

PORTLAND, JIJi. 



JOSEPH EEADFOED, A< F- PA TTEE, M.D., 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Carpenters', Ship Joiners', 163 Shawmut Avenue, Boston, 
Coopers', Ship Carpen- i>avs particular attention to 

tees', and Calkers' CHKONIC DISEASES 

Toois ? C$30.,j 0FTUE 

Bookbinders' Cutting Presses & Plows ; |Ty a nM V ^V A1Y1 Q f*]l 

Of all kinds, and superior quality. | JU \" \j ) JJlll, OtUlllal 11, 

J\*o. 200 Fore M., and 



Foot of Plumb, 

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NASHUA 



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Glazed Paper 

COMPANY. 
Oilman Bros. 

Proprietors, 

Manufacturers 
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Ulazeri und Knam- 

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Collar Ui 

: ~ NASHUA, N'.II. 
V. C. Cilnwn. II. ff.dli II 



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AfvlOSKEAC MANUFACTURING CO., 



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LOCOMOTIVE AND STATIONARY 



GINES, 



8 TEAM EIU1^ T E§. 
BOILERS. 

MANCHESTER, N. H. 

WM. AMORT. Treas., 60 State St., Boston, Mass. E. A. STRAW, Agent, Manchester K.H 



WILLIAM A. HARRIS, 



M&NUFACT0RER OF 






EOILEHS, 

AND OTHER MACHINERY. 

These Engines, manufactured under the several patents granted Geo. II. Corli-s 
secure a perfectly uniform motion under all variations of resistance, and save their cost 
in fuel in from three to five years. 

Circulars rrivin^ results <<f the working of the Corliss Stenm Engines, in different 
branches of manufacture, as substituted tor those of other construction, furnished on 
application. 



113 Eddy St., Providence, R. I. 



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JAF^ES BALDWIN & CO., 

MECHANICS' MILLS. MANCHESTER X.I! 



M A X I FA CT V It i:iCS O V 



Shuttles, Bobbins, and Spools, 

Of all kinds generally used by Cotton, Woollen, Silk, and Linen Goods 
Manufacturers in the United States. 

THE SUBSCRIBER IS THE ORIGINAL PATENTEE CF 

TIic ISsaldvrin Patent Sliutil!e. 



HARDY MACHINE COMPANY, 



BISHH^OTCD, ME. 



R. M. CHAPMAN, President. CHAT.LES HARDY, Treasurer and Agent. 

J. G. GARLAND, Secretary. 



INCORPORATED, 18G5, 



CAPITAL, 873,000. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



HAEDY'S IMPROVED TRAVERSE CYLINDER 



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Also Improved Frames (with adjustable boxes), to grind Workers, Stripper?, Lickerins, &c, and Top- 
Flats, one to eicrht. at one time. 

We also build Grinders, to grind Cloth Shears, both Fly-blade and Ledger. Grinder* to rnie <'alendtr 
Rolls. Also Grinder and Frame i'"r tracing Soapstoiie or other material Dresser Uolls, in the ver) bt-t 
manner, These Grinders .ire equally well adapted to cotton, wool, or silk Card-, and nil »t> lea. 

We have two thousand of these Grinders introduced, and in constant use among our b< »t n 
Companies throughout the country, from whom we have received the mo;t Haltering testimony oi satisfac- 
tion and praise. 

We also build Win. Weild's Spirally Fluted Drawing Rollers ; and \\ oodman's Portable Driller. 

All orders or inquiries addressed to 

CUAS. HARDY, Agent, Biddeford, Me., 

will receive prompt attention. 



Standard Shoe Pattern Co. 

Standard Shoe Last Co. 
' American Shoe Die Co. 

Union Shoe Buckle Co. 

€. El'GEXE WOOttHJAX. Factor, 

No. 1 PEARL, COR. MILK ST., BOSTON. 

T \'ct Enclish and French Steles. Particular nttention jrieen tn ftirnishinir an extra 
pattern, to li't Standard last, of the beat make. Also Shoe l>ie. ami Buckles m the lowest price • I ■ 
iv »r ranted. 



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EAST BOSTON MASS. 



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These works are prepared to furnish with prompt 
despatch, Stationary 

P. HAM 111 i fc,S,' 

from fifteen to five hundred horse-power, built under Bab- 
cock, Wilcox, & Co.'s patents. These engines, in economy 
of fuel and regularity of motion, are conceded to be 

Superior to any and all others, 

while the working parts are so designed as to reduce tin 
delay and expense of repairs to the minimum. Purchasers 
are invited to visit the Atlantic Works, East Boston, 
before purchasing elsewhere. 



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of every description, and OIL STILLS at short notice. 

IVEfl>0\ ITKTIS, Treasurer. 



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FIFTY-SIX FIRST PREMIUMS, 

Gold and Silver Medals, over all competitors, at the principal Fairs in this country, and a 

PRIZE filEDAL AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON, 

In Competition with the l>est Makers in this Country and Europe. 



THAT, THE GREAT SUPERIORITY OF THESE PIAKOS is still 

universally conceded is abundantly proved by the very flattering Letters and 
testimonials received during the past few months from the most celebrated Piano- 
Forte Makers and leading Artists in Europe. Among others may be mentioned : 



Mr. IT. F. BROAD WOOD, Finn of BROAmvoOD & Son-;. London. 
Mk, C. D. COLLAilD, Firm of Cojllard &; Collard, London. 



Mile. A. Goddard, 
Chas. Halle, 
Jules Benedict, 
James M. VVehli, 
G. A. Osborne, 



M. W. Balfe, 
L. Mtweheles, 
Alfred Jaell, 
J. !.. Mutton, 
Carl Iteineckc , 



W. Kuhe, 

S. A. Chanpel, 
Rene Favarger, 
Lindsay Slopcr, 
Sidney bruit h, 



Brinley Richards, 
Giulio Uigoudi, 
Y Von Arnold, 
Louis Plaidy, 

and many other*. 



With Full AgraiFe Bridge, Three Unisons, and all modern iraprov 
EVERY IXSTiti 3IKNT MADE BY IS IS FULLY WARRANTED. 



WAREKOOMS : 

652 Broadway, New York. 246 Washington St., r 

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IESIT^XIILiXSHXIEID 1010. 

MAYNAED & NOTES, ! 

7.» & 7 7 Water St., anA lO Bath Si., Boston. 

MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK WRITING INK, 

WRITING FLUID, 

COPYING AND MARKING INK, 

CARMINE, RED, AND BLUE INK. 

INK POWDER, &c, &c. 



T. "W\ HOXIE &c CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND AGENTS FOR 

Roman, Portland, Si Newark Co.'s Cement. 

ALBERT CO.'S CALCINED AND FAEMEES' PLASTEE, 

MANUFACTURERS' AND BLEACIIERS' TERRA ALBA, BARTTES, «lc. 

ENGLISH & NEW JERSEY FIRE BRICK & TILE, 

For Sale by the Cargo or less quantity, at the Works or in this City. 

OFFICE ATnTD DEPOT, 43 LOETG WHAHF, BOSTON. 

COLLINS, BLISS, & CO., 

233 State, and 130 Central Streets, 

BOSTON. 



GENERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION 

: \3M . I I. 

AND AGENTS FOR THE 

NONPAREIL FRENCH GUANO. 

the Nonpareil French Guano is far superior to any other Fertilizer known. It will 
- U" the growth of every description of Grain and Vegetable equal to the best Peruvian < ! 
It will prevent worms and insects of any kind from destroying Plants, and will not 
' jure the most delicate plant Wherever applied, every kind of worm and insect 

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This Guano is sold at -Sixty Dollars per ton. 



BOSTON DIRECTORY. 



T. CUNNINGHAM, 

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AND MANUFACTURES OF 



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Ship's Tanks, Goal Bunkers, Gasomet3r3, &c. &c, 
Water Street, near Warren Bridge, Charleston, Mass. 

T. C. having had In.- experience as n 1M1ACTICAL BOIL KII-M VKKR, would r. > .licit a 

i share of public natrona#',fe«»liinr confident that all work executed at his establishment will 
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